Encope Californicus Sand Dollar
• 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.
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Encope californicus are an extinct species of echinoid exhibiting the text book features of a sand dollar. A flat, disc like body and golden brown colouration. Due to these samples relatively young age, from the Pliocene period, only 7 million years ago, they exhibit excellent quality morphological features, such as a complete body, shape and abulacara are visible, which take the form of a flower or petals. Around 10 cm in diameter, the fossils found in Mexico will come supplied in a cards tray with an information label.