Sea Urchins, Sea Liliys and other Echinodermata

Sea Urchins, Sea Liliys and other Echinodermata

Echinoderm, any of a variety of invertebrate marine animals belonging to the phylum Echinodermata, characterized by a hard, spiny covering or skin. Beginning with the dawn of the Cambrian Period (542 million to 488 million years ago), echinoderms have a rich fossil history and are well represented by many bizarre groups, most of which are now extinct. Living representatives include the classes Crinoidea (sea lilies and feather stars), Echinoidea (sea urchins), Holothuroidea (sea cucumbers), Asteroidea (starfishes, or sea stars), Ophiuroidea (basket stars and serpent stars, or brittle stars), and the recently discovered Concentricycloidea (sea daisies).

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Ortholopus pulchellus (BITTNER)

Product no.: 2362

Period: Early Miocene
Find Spot: Murray River Cliffs, near Morgan, South Australia, Australia
Sizee: 22 x 12 mm
Age: approx. 14 MA

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Reptomulticava grandipora (CANU & LECOINTRE, 1934)

Product no.: W36-8

Period: Helevetian, Miocene
Find Spot: Chanay sur Lathan, Dept. Indre et Loire, France
Size: 70 x 37 mm
Age: approx. 12 my

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Product no.: W22-8
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