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. 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
  2. Echinolampas Morgani Fossil Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Gambier limestone, Miocene period, 23 to 5 million years ago. • Location: Mount Gambier, Australia • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Echinolampas morgani A subspecies of echinolmapas, these echinolampas morgani fossil specimens were found on Mount Gambier in Australia in the Gambier limestone which dates back to the Miocene period, over 5 million years ago. These samples are around 50 mm in size, suitable for serious fossil collectors, they come supplied in a packet with an information label. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Eupatagus ocalanus
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    • Geological Age: Inglis limestone formation, Eocene period, 56 to 33 million years ago. • Location: Ocala, Florida, U.S.A • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Eupatagus ocalanus Eupatagus ocalanus fossil echinoid specimens from the Inglis limestone formation found in Ocala in the state of Florida, USA. The samples are from the Eocene period, over 33 million years old and exhibit excellent details such as the petal pattern which is easily visible without magnification. The samples are around 6 cm in size and will come supplied in a card tray with a label. Learn More
  5. Flint Replaced Echinoid - 1
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    Echinoid fossils, replaced with flint from Norfolk, UK. Echinoids are the family which Sea Urchins belong to and inhabit the ocean floor from the interdial range to 5,000m deep. All fossils come supplied with a white card tray and information label. Learn More
  6. Fossulaster halli Echinoid Fossil
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    • Geological Age: Gambier limestone, Miocene period, 22 to 5 million years ago. • Location: Mt. Gambier, South Australia • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Fossulaster halli Echinoid fossil specimens of the species, fossulaster halli, a unique species found within the Miocene period Limestones of Mount Gambier in Australia, making them between 22 to 5 million years old. A pale beige colour, these disc like samples are small and because of this, do not show much morphological features besides and opening and overall shape but certainly interesting to serious collectors, the samples will come supplied in a packet with a label. Learn More
  7. Heliophora orbicularis Echnioid Fossil
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    • Geological Age: Upper Pliocene period, 3.6 million years old • Location: Western Sahara Desert, Morocco • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Heliophora orbicularis Hiliophara orbicularis fossil echinoid specimens belonging to the sand dollar family, these samples are dated to the upper Pliocene period, over 3 million years old and were found in the Western Sahara Dessert outcrops. Measuring 25 mm in size, these disc like echinoderms are well known due to their finger like protrusions. They come supplied in a magnifier box with a label. Learn More
  8. Hemicidaris intermedia In Matrix
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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. Learn More
  9. Heteraster texanus Echinoid Fossil
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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. Learn More
  10. Holaster Laevis Single Echinoid
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    • Geological Age: Albanian stage, Cretaceous period, 113 to 100 million years ago. • Location: Wilmington, Devon, UK • Family: Echinoderm • Species: Holaster laevis Holaster laevis fossil echinoid specimens dating back to the Albanian stage of the Cretaceous period, over 100 million years ago, found in Wilmington, Devon in the UK, they are an off white colour, oval shaped and globular, suitable for educational use. Learn More

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