TX Echinoid ID?

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    Theodore Gray

    Any Texas Echinoid folks here? I believe I found this at Lake Benbrook or possibly Scorpion Hill. I looked in the TX Field Guide but do not see any matches, especially the tubercles. It was encrusted with a cemented sandy matrix which softened up after a few years in the garden, I cleaned it off the other day.

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    Jack Kallmeyer

    @theodore-gray    Frankly, they all look alike to me.  However, I suggest you obtain a copy of Collector’s Guide to Texas Cretaceous Echinoids by William W Morgan, Schiffer publishing, 2016.  He’s got all of them covered.

    Theodore Gray

    Thanks Jack!

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