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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.
Echinolampas gambierensis is an extinct species of the echinolampas family of echinoids, they are fairly circular in shape and have a dimple pattern on their surface, these fossil specimens are found in the Gambier limestone in Mount Gambier, Australia. They are of Miocene age making them 23 - 5 million years old. Each piece is approx 5 cm in diameter and comes supplied in a packet with an information label.