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"

Plesiolampas.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Plesiolampas.

Mahajanga, Madagascar

Cretaceous 65 million years old

Packaged in a cellophane bag with an information card
Card is 63x44mm. Aust. $8.00 each.

Plesiolampas.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Plesiolampas.

U p05
Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Cretaceous 65 Million years old

Specimen is 53x53mm.
Aust. $20.00
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.

Plesiolampas.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Plesiolampas.

U p01
Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Cretaceous 65 Million years old

Specimen is 57x57mm.
Aust. $25.00
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.

Plesiolampas.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Plesiolampas.

U p02
Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Cretaceous 65 Million years old

Specimen is 60x60mm.
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.

Plesiolampas.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Plesiolampas.

U p03
Mahajanga, Madagascar.

Cretaceous 65 Million years old

Specimen is 65x65mm.
Aust. $35.00
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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