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LARGE FOSSIL SAND DOLLAR CLUSTER SEA URCHIN HELIOPHORA PLIOCENE AGE MOROCCO - Fossil Age Minerals

LARGE FOSSIL SAND DOLLAR CLUSTER SEA URCHIN HELIOPHORA PLIOCENE AGE MOROCCO

$135.99

From: Boujdour, Morocco

Weight: 1 Pounds 1.2 Ounces 

Dimensions: 3.7 Inches Long, 4.9 Inches Wide, & 2.8 Inches Thick. 

The item pictured is the one you will receive.  

This is a real fossil cluster, not a replica. 

Pliocene age is 5 Million years ago.


This is a cluster of Fossil Sand Dollars is near Boujdour, Morocco. Most of, if not all of these echinoderms appear to be of the genus Heliophora, Heliophora is small sand dollars belonging to the family Rotulidae which went extinct during the Pliocene. The genus has distinctive indentations along the edge of the body, but the extent and depth of these can vary remarkably between individual specimens.



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