crinoids 

Crinoids are a fossil group that first appeared in the seas of the Middle Cambrian, about 300 million years before dinosaurs also called sea lillies. They flourished in the vast seas around the world and some survive to the present day. Although sometimes very different in appearance from their fossil family, they are also called sea lillies they were supposed to cling to driftwood in our vast oceans to be able to move freely around the world’s seas


fossil pyrite squid phragmacone

this is a truely wonderfull pyrite fossil from whitby north yorkshire  a good solid fossil  aprox 195 myo

size  4.5 inch long by 3.1/4 wide and 2 inch thick

£47.00

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Palaeaocoma egertoni

brittle star starfish fossil from Dorset  Jurassic  age stage Pliensbachian  age approx 185 million years old

£225.00

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scyphocrinites crinoid

 

a first class scyphocrinites crinoid fossil large plaque from morocco geological time early Silurian   to the late Devonian    also called sea lilys  they were said to roam the large seas attached to driftwood also grew of the seabeds attached to the sea floor  size 25.5 inches wide by 20 inches high    poa price on application

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  • 4 kg
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