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Penn Dixie Fossils - Crinoid calyx


Crinoid Calyx, 2.8 cm wide, discovered by Elliott Goilach in the lower Windom.


Crinoid Calyx, 2.8 cm wide, discovered by Elliott Goilach in the lower Windom.


Crinoid Calyx, 3 cm wide, discovered by Elliott Goilach in the lower Windom. Back view shows wrap-around plate on the left side and bottom.



Crinoid Calyx, 1.3 cm wide, discovered by Chris Cuviello in the upper Wanakah



Crinoid calyx that is 15 mm (5/8 inch) wide. It was discovered by Chris Cuviello in the Windom shale at Penn Dixie.



Crinoid stem 5.5 cm long, discovered by Andrea in the lower Windom.




rinoid stem 5.0 cm long, discovered by Ian in the lower Windom.












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