Eocene sea urchin Conoclypus

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Conoclypus conoideus (Leske, 1778)
Conoclypus is an extinct genus of sea urchins lived in Paleogene-Neogene. Conoclypus means "cone disc" and is characterized by a conical structure. One of the biggest echinoderms.
Genus: Conoclypus; Family: Conoclypeidae; Order: Clypeasteroida; Class: Echinoidea; Phylum: Echinodermata.
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Eocene sea urchin Conoclypus

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Trade No. 321001
Replacement Limestone, Calcite
Continent Europe
Country Ukraine
Location Simferopol, Crimea
Era Cenozoic
Period Paleogene
Epoch Eocene
Stage Lutetian
Regional strata Simferopol stage
Age 45 million years

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