Hemicidaris intermedia

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Hemicidaris intermedia
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• Geological Age: Oxfordian stage, Jurassic period , 157 to 163 million years ago.
• Location: Near Novion-Porcien, France
• Family: Echinoderm
• Species: Hemicidaris intermedia

Hemicidaris intermedia fossil echinoid species exhibiting excellent quality, found near Novion-Porcien, France. This species lived during the Bathonian stage of the Jurassic period over 150 million years ago. The morphological details visible on these small yet fantastic specimens will make them of interest to serious collectors. Though small, around 25 mm in size, they are certainly of high quality, two pieces are available, one still partially in matrix and one with out.


Hemicidaris intermedia Echinoid fossil of Oxfordonian age, that's approximately 157 to 163 Mya during the Jurassic period. Hemicidaris are a highly sought after echinoid because of their textbook and highly detailed morphology. Their test is quite tall but almost spherical and it is covered with large, prominent tubercles. In these particular examples the oral side of the echinoid has either been lost or is still attached to matrix thus cannot be observed. They measure approximately 2 - 2.5 cm in diameter and are supplied in a small card tray with an information label.

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