Sea Urchin - Alphonse Tartan

Product Code: 8617
Minimum Order: 1 No.
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Natural sea urchin shell with unique tartan-like markings. Use for crafts, interior decoration and as a mini planter for airplants and succulents

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Shell size: Approximately 6-7cm across. (2.5 inches)

Description and application:
Natural sea urchin shell with unique tartan-like markings. Use for crafts, interior decoration and product displays.

Shell Planter:
This shell is especially suited as a mini interior planter for hanging and training plants. Its lightweight form makes it easy to attach a handing cord, while the shell’s wide mouth provides ample room for air plants and succulents forming natural jellyfish like creations.

We take great care to provide accurate images, however, variations in shade and markings can occur with natural marine products.

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Export Status 1/1/24
We accept orders to EU countries and continue to review requirements for documentation and costs.
Minimum order €150
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International orders are delivered using DAPS terms

Background: Classified as echinoids, these spiny (The spines have been removed on these cleaned shells) shells are found in oceans throughout the world. Sea Urchins feed on algae and when unchecked can devastate underwater environments. In British Columbia sea otters have been re-introduced as natural predators and the eco-system has improved greatly.

Sea Urchins in History: Urchin is an old English word for hedgehog which describes the look of the creatures really well.

Sea Urchins in Geology: Sea urchins are prominent in pre-history with abundant numbers being found in the Devonian and Carboniferous periods. During the Permian sea urchins almost died out but the species again became more diverse through the Jurassic and Cretaceous.
As the species evolve relatively quickly they have become useful to geologists for dating rocks.
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