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This imagetitleJimbacrinus bostock
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This imagehasTagJimbacrinus bostocki
This imagehasTagJimbacrinus
This imagehasTagCundiego Formation
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This imagecommentFossil crinoid, aka "sea lily," Jimbacrinus bostocki, of Permian age, from the Cundiego Formation, Gascoyne Junction, Western Australia. The spiny "head-like" cup or calyx of these specimens is approximately 3 cm in diameter. This species was used for reference by the creators of the creatures in the science fiction film "THE MATRIX." Please include "specimen courtesy of . . . " credit to Tom Kapitany of Crystal World, Victoria, Australia, along with credit to the photographer in publications.
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