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Starfish and brittle stars are both free-moving marine echinoderms (belonging to the phylum Echinodermata).

Starfish belong to the class Asteroidea.  Most starfish have five broad arms that radiate from a central disc and a centrally placed mouth and muscular tube-feet on their underside. 

Brittle Stars belong to the class Ophiuroidea.   Brittle stars generally have five long, slender. very flexible whip-like arms formed of a central column of "vertebrae" and a flat , nearly circular central disc.

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    Fossil Starfish / Echinoderm (multi-plate with one pyritized starfish) Genus / Species:  Urasterella asperula Age:  Lower Devonian / Emsian...

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    Fossil Starfish / Echinoderm Genus / Species:  Urasterella asperula Age:  Lower Devonian / Emsian (approximately 390 million) Location:  Hunsruck...

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    Fossil Starfish / Echinoderm (plate of 5) Genus / Species:  Urasterella asperula Age:  Lower Devonian / Emsian (approximately 390 million)...

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