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The tests (shells) of these sand dollars are round, flat and disc-like, typically measuring 3 inches (7.6 cm) in diameter. The entire shell is also covered with maroon-colored moveable spines. Color is a purplish brown, but they become bleached white when washed ashore. As in other echinoderms, five radial furrows branch from the mouth on the animal's underside. This and other species of Echinarachnius have been around since the Pliocene epoch. Learn more about Sand Dollar

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Animalia: Echinodermata: Clypeasteroida: Echinoidea: Echinarachniida: Echinarachnius parma

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