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PAIR OF SEA PEN STALKS - OLIGOCENE, AUSTRALIA.
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PAIR OF SEA PEN STALKS - OLIGOCENE, AUSTRALIA.


Graphularia robinae (McCoy).

Sea pens (Pennatulaceans) are members of the subclass Octocorallia and are exceedingly rare as fossils. They have a primary polyp producing a barren stalk which anchors the blade like polyp leaves. Famous Pennatulaceans include Charnia from the Pre - Cambrian. Pair of matrix free stalks. Highly unusual and rarely offered fossils.

Late Oligocene, (Janjukian), Torquay Group, Waurn Ponds Limestone
Waurn Ponds, Victoria, Australia

Specimens : 5.7 and 5.5 cm. long.



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