Geological Superstore


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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