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EXTINCTIONS CHOICE- Lower Cambrian Campto
Stock Number  XICAMPX20
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Name:   Camptostroma roddyi
Age:  Lower Cambrian
Formation:  Kinzers Formation
Location:  Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Size:  Camptostroma is 1.7 inches across
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This is a very detailed example of a very rare echinoderm. It is an excellent Camptostroma roddyi from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Camptostroma are some of the earliest known types of echinoderms - you may never see another Lower Cambrian echinoderm. These enigmatic, disc-shaped, Medusa-like animals had a distinct plate structure and an unusual orange-brown coloration. This fossil has great detail preserved and contrasts well with the lighter-colored matrix. The distinct plate structure is easily seen with the naked eye! This is a fabulous example of this classic Lower Cambrian echinoderm.



 
 
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