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186 results found with "fossil: echinoderm"

Crinoid

The British Geological Survey 3D scanned this fossil crinoid or ‘sea lily’ because it is a holotype. This means that species Actinometra abnormis was first described using this particular specimen....

Echinoderm

Very little is known about this echinoderm fossil from Sladen’s collection. 3 labels were found with this object but we do not know which is correct: ‘28 Beautiful cast of...

Blastoid

Label found with object (written in 1974): ‘Schizoblastus neglectus (Meek & W) Miss., Curryville, MO., USA. det. A. Breimer.’ Old label: ‘Granatocrinus? sp. From an earthy limestone 3 miles east of...

Echinoderm

Label with object: ‘Genus Mespilocrinus. Species macrocephalus. Formation Var Sch. Locality Bolsberg.’ Sladen collection....

Echinoderm

Label with object: ‘63. Heterocrinus si mplex Hall. Hudson River group. Cincinnati, Ohio.’ Sladen collection....

Blastoid

Label found with object (written in 1974): ‘Heteroblastus cumberland Etheridge & Carpenter. L. Carb., England. (Gunnerton Burn, coll. J. Benniei. det. A. Breimer.’ Recorded in ‘Catalogue of the Blastoidea in...

Blastoid

Label found with object (written in 1974): ‘Schizoblastus sayi. Miss., Burlington Lst., USA. Ident. A. Breimer.’ Old label: ‘Schizoblastus sayi. Upper Burlington limestone. Burlington, Iowa.’ Sladen collection....

Urchin

Fossil sea urchin from the Sladen collection....

Blastoid

Label found with object (written in 1974): ‘Pentremites pulchellus or P. princetonensis. ?Ste Genevieve or Lower Chester, Huntsville. Alabama. A.S. Horowitz.’ Old label: ‘71 Pentremites sp? I take...