Micraster Large Echinoid
Geological Age: Cretaceous – Upper Chalk, 100 to 65 million years ago.
Location: Kent, UK.
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A single large micraster fossil specimen of fairly large size, it measures 7 x 6 cm in size and has excellent morphological details such as the star pattern and small 'dimples' on the underside. It has very little damage and will make an excellent addition to collectors of British fossils. It was found in Kent, in the UK and isdated to the Upper chalk layers, making it Cretaceous, between 100 to 65 million years old.