Fossil tabulate coral "Syringopora bifurcata"


Ordovician to Permian periods c. 449,5 to 279,5 million years ago, England, private collection from Netherlands.

Syringoporidae is an extict family of phaceloid tabulate coral. These tabulate corals lived from Ordovician to the Permian period from 449,5 to 279,5 million years ago. Fossils of species belonging to the Syringoporidae family have been found in the sediments of Europe, Russia, China, Japan, Thailand, Australia, Canada and USA.

Large heavy sediment wit Syringopora bifurcata fossil. Good condition. Age-related minor wear. Size approx. 19,0cm, x 12,5cm x 13,5cm. Weight c. 3118g.