Echinoids

Echinoids also known as sea urchins are a successful and diverse group of organisms which are still alive in the present day. The earliest known sea urchins date back from around the upper Ordovician period. Sea urchin fossil specimens often only show the main body of the animal as this is the hardest and most robust part, however, in some cases, the spines have also been fossilised. We sell many sea urchins and our specimens are available in a range of sizes and we have many species on offer, showing the variety of shapes that they are found in.

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  1. Collyrites Bicordatus Fossil Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Oxfordian stage, Jurassic period, 163 to157 million years ago. • Location: Basal corallian beds in Wicken, Cambridgeshire, UK. • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Collyrites bicordatus Collyrites bicordatus fossil echinoid specimens found the Basal corallian beds of Wicken, Cambridgeshire, UK. The beds formed in the Jurassic period, dating the fossils to over 160 million years old. These species have a disc shaped body, the samples of which have been cleaned to remove matrix from them, allowing for better observation of the features. They measure roughly 5 cm in diameter and come supplied in a card tray with a data label. Learn More
  2. Collyistes Elliptica Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Bathonian stage, Jurassic period, 168 to 166 million years ago. • Location: Sarthe, France. • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Collyrites elliptica Collyrites elliptica fossil echinoid specimens which were found in Sarthe, France. They are estimated to be from the Bathonian stage of the Jurassic period, it's name is derived from the fact that it's body has an elliptical shape. Excellent fossils for serious collectors and educational use, the samples are approximately between 40 to 50 mm in size Learn More
  3. Conulus albogalerus - A Grade
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    • Geological Age: Upper Chalk Formation, Cretaceous period, 100 to 65 million years ago. • Location: Kent, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Conulus albogalerus Conulus albogalerus fossil echinoid specimens found in the Upper Chalk strata of Kent in the UK. Dated to the Cretaceous period, this species of echinoid is well known for its cone like shape, hence its name. The samples measures 5 cm in size and are available in various grades and sizes making certain ones suitable for educational use and others for display and collectors. Supplied in a card tray with a data label. Learn More
  4. Discoidea fittoni
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    • Geological Age: Cenomanian stage, Cretaceous period, 100 to 93 million years ago. • Location: Wilmington Greenstone, Wilmington, Devon, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Discoidea fittoni Discoidea fittoni fossil echinoid specimens exhibiting a disc like appearance, found in Wilmington Greenstone in Devon, UK, the samples are only 10 mm in diameter and were found in Cenomanian stage strata of the Cretaceous period. Due to the small size of the samples, most features are not visible, however, they are particularly interesting to the more serious collector. Learn More
  5. Echinocorys scutata - A Grade
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    • Geological Age: Upper Chalk Formation, Cretaceous period, 100 to 65 million years ago. • Location: Kent, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Echinocorys scutata Echinocorys scutata fossil echinoid specimens, these samples were found in the upper Chalk formation in Kent. Dating back to the Cretaceous period over 65 million years ago, they vary in shape and size. We can offer these samples in two grades, suitable for collectors and educational use, they come supplied in a card tray with an information label. Learn More
  6. Echinoid Spines - 1
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    Specimens of echinoid spines from Morocco, the species is unable to be identified from these spines alone, they are supplied in lots of 100 g and come in a polythene bag with an information label. Learn More
  7. Echinolampas
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    • Geological Age: Miocene period, 22 to 5 million years ago. • Location: Moulay Brahim, High Atlas, Morocco • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Echinolampas Echinilampas fossil echinoid specimens with a pale brown colouration found in Moulay Brahim in Morocco, these samples date back to the Miocene period, making them only 22 to 5 million years old. They are around 3 cm in diameter and suitable for both collectors, both young and old as well as educational use. Supplied in a card tray with a label. Learn More
  8. Echinolampas Appendiculata Fossil Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Eocene period, 56 to 33 million years ago. • Location: New Bern, South Carolina, USA • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Echinolampas appendiculata Echinolampas appendiculata fossil echinoid specimens exhibiting a pale, off white colour. These samples are of fairly good quality, morphological details easily visible, they are of Eocene age, over 30 million years old and were found in South Carolina, USA. Each piece measures roughly 20 to 30 mm in diameter, suitable for serious collectors, especially of American fossils. Learn More
  9. Echinolampas Gambierensis Fossil Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Gambier limestone, Miocene period, 22 to 5 million years ago. • Location: Mount Gambier, Australia • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Echinolampas gambierensis Echinolampas gambierensis is a sub-species of echinolampas, these particular fossil specimens are of Miocene age, over 5 million years old and were found on Mount Gambier in Australia, its type locality for this sub-species. They are around 50 mm in diameter and suitable for the more serious fossil collectors and will come supplied in a small packet with an information label. Learn More
  10. Encope Californicus Sand Dollar
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    • Geological Age: Pliocene period period, 7 million years old • Location: Mexico • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Encope californicus Encope californicus is a typical sand dollar, these fossil specimens exhibit a flat, disc like body with a golden brown colouration. Due to their young age of the Pliocene period, the morphological features are very well preserved and make for a beautiful feature to observe. Learn More

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