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EXTINCTIONS CHOICE - Edrio on Huge Starfish
Stock Number  XIST708
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Name:   Edrioasteroid on True Starfish
Age:  Ordovician
Formation:  Ktaoua Formation
Location:  Morocco
Size:  Starfish is 2.9 inches across!
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Here is a very collectible echinoderm specimen from the Ordovician of Morocco. This plate contains a beautiful, large, true starfish and a very nice edrioasteroid. The distinct starfish exhibits gorgeous detail. The plate structure is wonderfully displayed, and all five of the long arms are intact - it is highly unusual to have all of the arms so nicely preserved. There is also a very nice, disc-shaped edrioasteroid preserved on top of the starfish! This is the first time I have ever seen an edrio attached to a starfish! The fossils have excellent, orange coloration that contrasts strikingly with the light tan matrix. The fossils are beautifully showcased on the large, natural-edged block of sandstone that contains other edrios and trilobite parts. And, remember, this starfish is almost three inches across! This is a highly collectible starfish/edrio fossil from North Africa.


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