Heteraster texanus

Heteraster texanus Echinoid Fossil
Heteraster texanus
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• Geological Age: Walnut Clays, Late Cretaceous period, 100 to 66 millions years ago
• Location: Coryell County, Texas, USA
• Family: Echinoderm
• Species: Heteraster texanus

Heteraster texanus echinoid fossil specimen found in the Walnut clays of Coryell County in the State of Texas, USA. Belonging to late Cretaceous beds, it is between 100 to 66 million years old and has a pale grey colouration and smooth, globular shape, measuring 30 mm in size, the sample will come supplied in a pack with a label.


Heteraster texanus echinoid fossil collected from the Walnut Clays of Coryell County, Texas, USA. This irregular, globular shaped echinoid species is of late Cretaceous age, that's approximately 100 to 66 million years old. This particular specimen measures approximately 30 mm in diameter and is supplied in a small plastic bag with a information label. Features are vaguely visible on the surface of the specimen which has been professionally prepped and cleaned, it is bcertainly of interest to serious fossil collectors or those with an interest in samples from the Americas.

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