Crinoids

Crinoids are sea lillies which can still be found in the present day, they are a species of echinoderm as opposed to a plant as their name and even their life habits would suggest. For when anchored to a rock, they appear like any under sea vegetation, however, crinoids can in fact detach them selves and even walk to new locations for mating or feeding. The most common part of the crinoid found is the stem, and in rarer cases the entire lily. They are popular among private collectors and museums as well as children and can range in size from small single stem pieces to large meter long slabs of rock containing numerous crinoid specimens in the entirety. We stock a range of crinoid fossil specimens including stems and slab which can all be viewed in this section.

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  1. Single Crinoid stem fossil from Clitheroe
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    • Geological Age: Silurian period, 443 to 416 millions years old • Location: Clitheroe, Lancashire, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Crinoid Fossil crinoid stems from Clitheroe, Lancashire, these specimens are excellent for collectors and educational use, they are of an fairly good size where morphological details can be easily seen, ranging from 40 to 60 mm in length and varying thicknesses. They samples will come supplied in a card tray with a label. Learn More
  2. Single Crinoid Stem - Morocco
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    • Geological Age: Silurian period, 443 to 416 millions years old • Location: Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Crinoid Moroccan fossil crinoid stem specimens supplied in packets of 5 pieces, dated to over 400 million years old, they lived during the Silurian period and show excellent clear morphological details such as stem segments. Ideal for educational use and young collectors. Learn More
  3. Crinoids Cluster Piece - A
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    A small hand sample of fossil limestone containing numerous small Scyphocrinites crinoid stem fragments. Crinoids are fossilised sea lilies, these particular sample come from South Morocco. Often the stems are only preserved in fragments as can be seen. Samples measure approx in 3" size and come in a small card tray with a label. Learn More
  4. Orbitremites derbiensis
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    • Geological Age: Carboniferous period, 359 to 299 millions years old • Location: Richmond, Yorkshire, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Orbitremites derbiensis Orbitremites derbiensis blastoid collected from Carboniferous sediments in Richmond, Yorkshire, UK. Orbitremites belong to the class Blastoidea and they are a type of echinoderm. Small measures between 0.5 - 1 cm and Large between 1 - 1.5 cm in diameter. Learn More
  5. Pentacrinites Crinoid Stem - Large
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    • Geological Age: middle Jurassic period, 185 million years old. • Location: Gloucestershire, UK. • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Pentacrinites Pentacrinites fossil crinoid stems fromthe Jurassic period, found in Gloucestershire, UK, these fossil specimens exhibit excellent 5 point star shapes as expected from this species, supplied in a polythene bag with an information label. Learn More
  6. Pentremites conoideus echinoderm fossil
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    • Geological Age: Mississippian, early Carboniferous period, 358 to 323 million years old • Location: Pella Beds, Oskaloosa, Iowa, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Pentremites concoideus Pentremites concoideus fossil specimens collected from the Mississippian stage Pella Beds in Oskaloosa, Iowa, USA of the Carbonierous period. Pentremites belong to the class Blastoidea and they are a type of echinoderm. These specimens measure 5 mm in diameter. Learn More
  7. Pentremites godoni
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    • Geological Age: Mississippian, early Carboniferous period, 358 to 323 million years old • Location: Wax/Caldwell County, Kentucky, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Pentremites concoideus Pentremites godoni fossil collected from Mississippian sediments in Kentucky, USA. Pentremites belong to the class Blastoidea and are a type of echinoderm. They resemble their distant relatives, the crinoids, being attached to the sea floor by a stalk. Learn More
  8. Pentremites pyriformis
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    • Geological Age: Mississippian, early Carboniferous period, 358 to 323 million years old • Location: Sulphur, Indiana, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Pentremites pyriformis Pentremites pyriformis blastoid collected from Mississippian sediments in Sulphur, Indiana, USA. Pentremites belong to the class Blastoidea and they are a type of echinoderm. These specimens measure between 1 - 1.5 cm in diameter. Learn More
  9. Pentremites sp - B Grade
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    • Geological Age: Mississippian, early Carboniferous period, 358 to 323 million years old • Location: Indian Springs Shale Formation, Crawford County, Indiana, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Pentremites sp. Pentremites sp. blastoid collected from the Mississippian Indian Springs Shale Formation in Crawford County, Indiana, USA. Pentremites belong to the class Blastoidea and they are a type of echinoderm. Learn More
  10. Pentremites sp. - Mississippian from Indiana
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    • Geological Age: Mississippian, early Carboniferous period, 358 to 323 million years old • Location: Big Clifty Formation, Sulphur, Indiana, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Class: Blastoidea • Species: Pentremites sp. Pentremites sp. fossil collected from the Mississippian Big Clifty Formation, Indiana, USA. Pentremites belong to the class Blastoidea and they are a type of echinoderm. Learn More

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