Echinoids or sea urchins are very common in today's oceans and are common as fossils also.
Echinoids are part of the larger animal group known as echinoderms,
which includes starfish and crinoids.
They are found on most continents and are widely collected. Some are called "sand dollars"

Heliophora.

Echinoid
Heliophora.

Dakhla, Morocco.

Miocene 20 million years old

Packaged in a cellophane bag
with an information card and Certificate of Authenticity.
Fossil is approx. 25-35mm. Aust. $10.00 each.

Gymnocidaris.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Gymnocidaris.

U m07
Boulemane, Mid Atlas Mountains, Morocco.

Jurassic 150 Million years old

Specimen is 130x100mm. Urchin is 80x80mm.
Aust. $495.00
All sizes are approximate
This one is sold, but we have another similar.
All of the spines have been prepared individually
and mounted in a lifelike position.
These urchins with spines are always composites
because the spines break off after they die.

Heliophora orbicularis.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Heliophora orbicularis.

U m01
Dakhla, Morocco.

Miocene 20 Million years old

Specimen is 27x25mm.
Aust. $10.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller than the feature
please e-mail us with your request.

Heliophora orbicularis.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Heliophora orbicularis.

U m05
Dakhla, Morocco.

Miocene 20 Million years old

Specimen is 35x35mm.
Aust. $15.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller than the feature
please e-mail us with your request.

Phymosoma.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Phymosoma.

U m03
Sahara Desert, Morocco.

Cretaceous 90 Million years old

Specimen is 34x34mm.
Aust. $30.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil and may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller than the feature
please e-mail us with your request.

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