Formation: Ammonite Beds
Location: Tulear, Madagascar
Size: Urchin is 2.45 inches across
Here is a very nice fossil echinoid, Clypeus scheulandi, from Madagascar. This inflated sea urchin has very nice form and exhibits very detailed ambulacra structure. This type of Jurassic echinoid has very thick ambulacra and very nice symmetry. This is a fine specimen of this unusual fossil sea urchin from Madagascar. (White streak is in the photo, not on the fossil.)
A Certificate of Authenticity from EXTINCTIONS is included with this specimen.