1.9" Ordovician Echinoderm Fossil Association - Kaid Rami, Morocco

This is a nicely preserved Ordovician aged crinoid fossil from the Kataoua formation of Morocco. It's associated with two small echinoderms, one of which is a crinoid while the other is a starfish, both of unidentified species. The largest crinoid is 1.9" long and is nicely detailed and centered on a 4.4x1.6" piece of limestone rock which comes with a display stand. The bright orange coloration is due to the oxidization of iron pyrite.

Comes with an acrylic display stand.
FOR SALE
$39
DETAILS
SPECIES
Unidentified Crinoid
LOCATION
Kaid rami, Morocco
FORMATION
Kataoua Formation
SIZE
1.9" long (including stem) on 4.4x1.6" rock
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#102834
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