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richardthefossil

Hello, fellow fossil enthusiasts and professionals I am looking to ID an echinoid. I have made some old notes but forgotten how I came to these thoughts, any help will be appreciated.

 

'CIDARIS INTERMEDIA ?, NOVIEN PORCIEN, ARDENNES.'

or location

'THINULE LE MOUTIER'

Bathonian stage, Jurassic period, the diameter of the test is approx 25mm, spine about 50mm.

echinoid commune.jpg

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abyssunder

Try to compare with Acrosalenia hemicidaroides.

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ynot

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Coco

Hi,

 

Thin-le-Moutier is Bathonian (Ardennes - 08 - France).

 

That reminds me Acrosalenia hemicidaroides of Landaville (Vosges - 88 - France), Bajocian, but there is also Acrosalenia bradfordtensis.

 

Coco

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richardthefossil

Thanks to all, will carry on with the research from your notes.

 

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abyssunder

Take a look here .

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