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Fossil fruit of the flowering plant Koelreuteria allenii from the late Eocene Florissant Flora of Florissant, Colorado. The fruits of Koelreuteria are inflated and somewhat leaflike in appearance. This specimen shows one segment of an inflated fruit. Koelreuteria (Sapindaceae, soapberry family), or golden raintree, is today native to Asia, although it may be seen in cultivation elsewhere. Specimen is from the Cornell University Paleobotanical Collection (CUPC), Ithaca, New York (#1584-5). Length of leaf is approximately 4 cm. Model by Emily Hauf.