Echinoderm (Crinoids+ Starfish) Association - Kaid Rami, Morocco

 
 
This is a nicely preserved association of Ordovician aged echinoderm fossils from the Kataoua formation of Morocco. There are 5 crinoids and a starfish. The largest crinoid is .9" long and is nicely detailed on a 5.8x2.6" piece of limestone rock which comes with a display stand. The bright orange coloration is due to the oxidization of iron pyrite. There is a repaired crack through the limestone.

Comes with an acrylic display stand.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Unidentified Crinoid
LOCATION
Kaid rami, Morocco
FORMATION
Kataoua Formation
SIZE
Longest crinoid .9" (including stem), 5.8x2.6" rock
CATEGORY
SUB CATEGORY
ITEM
#102836
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