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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.



or location


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

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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.



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