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"

Echinoid.

Echinoid
Encope Tamiamensis

104
Port Charlotte,
Florida, U.S.A.

Eocene 50 million years old

Specimen is 46x43x5mm.
Aust. $20.00
All sizes are approximate
This is a one only fossil, it may not be available.
If you require a fossil bigger or smaller
please e-mail us with your request.

Dendraster gibbsi.

Sea Urchin Echinoid
Dendraster gibbsi.

U us02
San Pedro formation,
Coyote Hills, California, U.S.A.

Pliocene 5 Million years old

Specimen is 47x46mm.
Aust. $45.00
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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