2 fossilized Sand Dollars (sea urchins) from Madagascar


Fossil Sand Dollars (5-6cm) – from the Norcross-Madagascar quarry.

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This Fossil Sand Dollar is also referred to as a Fossil Sea Urchin. It is a Clypeasteroid, a member of the Echinoid family. This fine specimen was alive during the Jurassic Age (approx 145 -200 million years ago), and exhibits a fantastic (5-rayed) star. The top of the specimen has been polished by our Fossil Prep Lab in Madagascar. A perfect gift for kids, an aspiring rockhound, or any seasoned collector of fine fossil specimens.