A significantly rare display of Seirocrinus subangularis lilies preserved on eigengrau-black Holzmaden shale, standing at 1.8 meters, revealing two complete Seirocrinus from flowers to roots, embracing the mineralised Jurassic driftwood with entwined pyritised stems - by far, a superior collector's piece curated for wall display.
Pyritised throughout the Seirocrinus belongs to a large group of marine invertebrates, such as the echinoderms, making these ancient lilies more akin to starfish and sea urchins than plant life as we know it.
Genus. Seirocrinus Subangularis Age. Jurassic, 180,000,000 years. Origin. Holzmaden, Germany -- H. 183 cm / 1.8 M W. 100cm / 1 M D. 4 cm Kg. 100