Specimens of a new arborescent Osmundacaulis were collected from a conglomerate in the upper strata of the Morrison Formation east of Ferron, Utah. These specimens contain 14-18 mm wide stems surrounded by adherent leaf bases and adventitious roots. Each base has stipular wings similar to those in other members of the Osmundaceae. The dissected xylem cylinder is composed of a series of xylem strands formed by wide, overlapping leaf gaps. As the trace develops, clusters of large, elongate parenchyma cells form externally to the phloem in the trace. These cells are similar to large parenchyma cells in O. nerii from souther Tasmania. The sclerenchyma in the stipular wings consists of many, scattered, small sclerotic strands. These specimens represent the second osmundaceous species from the Jurassic of North America and the second arborescent form from the Mesozoic of the Northern Hemisphere.