Silurian Crinoids

One of million perks of going to the island of Gotland is seing Silurian paleontology second to none. The island is so unbelievably rich in fossils from the Silurian. Here are some crinoids (Crinoidea) that I took photos of in situ on Gotland. I will post some photos on details from specimens I took home in a later post, but they are not as spectacular as these are.

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