Crinoids are a fossil group that first appeared in the seas of the Middle Cambrian, about 560million years ago, also called sea lilies. They flourished in the vast seas around the world. Some survive to the present day sometimes very different in appearance from their fossil family they are also called sea lilies or crinoids clinging to driftwood in the vast oceans. They were moving freely around the world’s seas. Another collectable item found on the seabed are sharks teeth fossils, And then came the sharks around 455 to 425 million years ago, there is some disagreement over the actual timescale on the timeline.
A genuinely excellent pyrite Phragmacone fossil
from Whitby North Yorkshire a good solid fossil approx 195 my
around the same time as the Pentacrintes crinoid fossil
and the British ammonite fossils the best fossils for sale in the world
size 4.5 inch long by 3.1/4 wide and 2 inches thick
Superb brittle star starfish fossil from Dorset Jurassic age
Pliensbachian age approximately 185 million years old.
As well as some micro sharks teeth fossils found around the same area crinoids and starfish found with a lot of smaller pyrite ammonite fossils
A first-class scyphocrinites crinoid fossil a superb large plaque from Morocco, Geological time early Silurian to the Late Devonian, also called sea lilies they were said to roam the large seas attached to driftwood, they also grew off of the seabeds attached to the seafloor size 25.5 inches wide by 20 inches high .did you know megalodon teeth were also found at this location