Two Ordovician Starfish (Petraster?) Fossils With Trilobite Heads

This is a pair Ordovician aged starfish (Petraster?) fossils from the Tioririne Formation near Kaid rami, Morocco. The larger starfish measures 1.7" wide, and the smaller is 1" across. The orange coloration is natural and due to the oxidation of iron.

The rock is covered in fossil trilobite heads as well as some other echinoderm pieces.

Comes with an acrylic display stand.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Petraster?
LOCATION
El Kaid Rami, Morocco
FORMATION
Upper Tioririne Formation
SIZE
Largest starfish is 1.7", Rock 7.7 x 4"
ITEM
#200189
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