The Mid-Cretaceous succession in west of Kerman city is represented by distinctive, correlatable green marls rich in macro and microfossils. The marls can be assigned an Upper Albian to Lower Cenomanian age based on the associated macrofossils assem-blage, which is dominated, by molluscs and echinoids. Six species of echinoids are described all of which are new records for the region. Pliotoxaster sp. together with Exogyra spp. Do-minates macrofauna assemblage. Many of the taxa have previously been reported from Oman, Egypt and Jordan. The fossil assemblage indicates a favorable condition during deposition of the green marls.