Wholesale Mexican Keyhole Sand Dollars large-holed sand dollar, Encope grandis,
measuring between 3 and 3-3/4 inches. These are thick sand dollars perfect for crafts. These are Real - Not imitation.
They will have natural imperfections. Some will have uneven edges.
The Large-holed Sand Dollar, Encope grandis (Agassiz, 1841), is a member of the Mellitidae Family of Keyhole Sand Dollars, and is known in Mexico as galleta de mar de agujero grande. They have an extremely flattened rigid skeleton or test that consists of plates arranged in a five-fold radial symmetrical pattern with an irregular rounded profile with five notched open lunulae. The margins between the notches are convex, except for the posterior margin, which is flat or concave and the posterior anal lunula may be rounded or elongated. The dorsal side of the test is slightly humped and the underside or oral surface is flat.