This fossil is from Texas and existed in the Cretaceous Period, displayed at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC

Stereocidaris Hemigranosus - Sea Urchin-Fossil - Cretaceous - Texas - Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

sea urchin shells were the inspiration for my late night drawing which i am actually posting to my "my work" board bc i never do and why not?

you found one of these in Florida when we were on Turtle Beach in the rain, remember?

Sea Urchins Edward Donovan, before 1837 Artist/maker - Edward Donovan (1768 - 1837) Object type - drawing Material and technique - watercolour and bodycolour on wove paper Dimensions - 289 x 236 mm

Sea Urchins Edward Donovan, before 1837 Artist/maker - Edward Donovan - Object type - drawing Material and technique - watercolour and bodycolour on wove paper Dimensions - 289 x 236 mm

Sea Urchins. Found only in deep cold water. Original Color. Fragile. Spectacular look for Sea shell decor. -- sand. beach. ocean. ocean life. sea. water.

Small Urchin Trio Art Print by Carol McGunagle. All prints are professionally printed, packaged, and shipped within 3 - 4 business days.

Sea Urchin, Channel Islands    Photograph by Lindsey Hesla, My Shot    Sea urchins brandish their spines on the seafloor near the Channel Islands. Scientists recently discovered that the eyeless invertebrates “see” by detecting light with their spines.

Sea Urchin, Channel Islands Photograph by Lindsey Hesla, My Shot Sea urchins brandish their spines on the seafloor near the Channel Islands. Scientists recently discovered that the eyeless invertebrates “see” by detecting light with their spines.

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