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• Geological Age: Glenforslan formation, Miocene, 23 -5 million years ago.
• Location: Murbko, Australia.
• Family: Echinoderm
• Species: Monostychia australis
A rare species of echiniod, these fossil specimens of Monostychia australis were found in Murbko, Australia, they are approximately 2 cm in size and lived during the Miocene period some 23 to 5 million years ago. Excellent echinoderms for serious fossil collectors, especially of marine fauna.
Monostychia australis are an extinct genus of echinoid which come from Murbko, Austrlia. These particular species are well known for their flat disc shaped bodies. The fossils have been professionally cleaned and prepped so are free of matrix. They were found in the Glenforslan formation, from the Miocene period making them 23 -5 million years old. Each specimen is approx 2.5 cm in size and comes supplied in a packet with an information label.