Crinoid Parisangulocrinus Replica

$25.00

The calyx is truncated cone-shaped as in Rhadinocrinus. However, the arms are dichotomously forked up to four times. The anal sac is long, slender, and cob-like.

Description

Crinoid Parisangulocrinus Replica measures 4.9 inches. The Crinoid Parisangulocrinus replica is museum quality polyurethane resin cast made in the USA. Parisangulocrinus is an extinct genus of crinoids from the Early Devonian of Europe. Our precise plant fossils can be used as a teaching tool for Paleobotany, museum exhibits, home décor or office décor.

Parisangulocrinus zeaeformis like Bactrocrinites, Parisangulocrinus zeaeformis belongs to the Dendrocrinoidea family, i.e. the “tree-like” habit. The calyx is truncated cone-shaped as in Rhadinocrinus. However, the arms are dichotomously forked up to four times. The anal sac is long, slender, and cob-like.

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Additional information

Weight 5 lbs
Dimensions 4.9 in
Parisangulocrinus Facts

Parisangulocrinus
Temporal range: Early Devonian
Parisangulocrinus zeaeformis
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Echinodermata
Subphylum: Crinozoa
Class: Crinoidea
Subclass: Camerata
Order: Cladida
Genus: Parisangulocrinus