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This outstanding Crinoid fossil plaque is from Morocco and has four very detailed nearly complete Crinoid fossils visible and several more in the background.   The largest Crinoid “calyx” with arms more near the center measures nearly 10 3/4″ from the top to where the stem is at the bottom x at least 4 3/4″ wide.  There are other Crinoid calyx and many other stems and pieces scattered about the large plaque.  Overall, this wonderful Crinoid plaque is 19 3/8″ tall x 11 3/4″ wide and weighs over 10 1/4 pounds.  It makes a truly stunning display for any home or office and is an awesome addition to your collection.

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Crinoids are a fascinating species, and this fossil is equally as fascinating. Crinoids are echinoderms and are a filter feeding, plant like marine animal and first appeared on the earth’s surface over 500 million years ago in the Cambrian Era. Stemmed crinoids flourished in the Paleozoic seas with their remains abundant in Paleozoic rock sequences.  Today a close relative of the Crinoid still survives at the bottom of the ocean and is usually referred to as a “sea lily.”

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Weight 10.50 lbs
Dimensions 24 × 8 × 15 in

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