Ordovician Moroccan Crinoid with Cirri

Crinoidea indet

Geological Time: Upper Ordovician, Upper Caradoc Stage (~450 million years ago)

Size (25.4 mm = 1 inch): Crinoid fossils are: 20 mm long crown with 30 mm stem and 8 mm long crown with 13 mm long stem, Matrix: 155 mm by 115 mm

Fossil Site: El Kaid Errami, Morocco

Code: 13064

Price: $95.00

Description: This plate shows a pair of crinoids. The larger has attached cirri which helped serve as an additional anchoring system to augment the roots. The detail here is quite amazing with the attached segmented stems, pinnules, and cirri preserved intact. This specimen must have been buried quickly as the echinoderms are known to quickly disarticulate after death. Notice there is also a tiny starfish to the right of the smaller crinoid.

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