$245.00Otodus (Carcharodon) megalodon (Agassiz, 1843) Hawthorn Formation, South Carolina Pliocene to Miocene Epoch 4-7Ma Tooth : 5.26 inches on the long slant (1 inch = 2.54 cm) A monster tooth from South Carolina. Serrations are still present on this gorgeous black and blue toned tooth, Learn More
$250.00Portunus pankowskiorum (Schweitzer & Feldmann, 2015) Monterey Shale Santa Barbara county, California, USA Miocene Period (16-13 Million Years Old) Crab : 2.57 x 1.49 inches Matrix : 5.73 x 4.26 inches 1 inch = 2.54 cm A very uncommon crab from the classic quarry locality written about in the 2015 publication, Antolini & Sons Quarry. This specimen came from a very old collection. The specimen is as it came to me, with a break across the top that was repaired long ago. Often times when these are found you need to excavate the remaining half from the split shale. Learn More
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Modocia typicalis (Resser, 1938)Trilobite : 1.18 x .94 in. Matrix : 5.5 x 5.2 in. This is a spectacular bright RED Modocia typicalis trilobite from the Marjum Formation of Utah, these trilobites are one of the more ornate and spiny trilobites to be found in the House Range, and these from the "Red Beds" are highly sought after by collectors. There is no restoration or repair to this 100% original trilobite! Collected in the 1970's, this specimen will come with the original field tag and data! Learn More
Cambrian Age (542-488 Ma)
Millard County, House Range, Western Utah, USA (Marjum Formation)
Out of stockPrimitive Sea Cow Tusk Desmostylus hesperus Temblor Formation, Fresno County, California Middle Miocene epoch 20 million years old Tusk: 16.38 inchs long x 2.5 inches at the base The rarest or rare from this classic California fossil bed, while the teeth of these animals are known to show up, larger specimens like this complete tusk are almost never offered for sale. This would make a wonderful display piece for any museum collection or private display! From an uncommon California fossil locality, this sea cow tusk was found in an ancient marine environment. With a few repairs, as typical for this incredibly hard, shell dense, matrix, extractions is often in pieces, then repaired later. *Fossils from this site are very uncommon as collecting has not gone on for over 20 years from this particular site. Learn More
Out of stockPrognathodon anceps (Owen, 1845) Ouled Bouali, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 99-65 Million Years Old Tooth : 5.36 x 1.77 in. Jaw : 5.45 in. long 1 inch = 2.54 cm Presented here is a spectacular Mosasaur tooth still rooted in the original jaw! At over 5 inches, this is a very rare size for a Mosasaur tooth, let alone still one rooted in the jawbone. On the back you can see a trait present even in modern day reptiles, tooth regeneration - a new tooth was regrowing and pushing out this older and larger tooth - a process reptiles continually go through throughout their lives. This tooth has been repaired, the enamel cap has been placed back in position. Teeth of this size are very rare and almost never make it out of the mines unbroken or altered. A true gem for any collection or museum display. Learn More
$265.00Schizorhiza stromeri (Weiler, 1930) Extinct Sawfish Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 80 Million Years Old Tooth 1 : 0.82 in. Tooth 2 : 0.72 in. Tooth 3 : 0.81 in. Tooth 4 : 0.75 in. Vertebra 1 : 1.82 in. diameter Vertebra 2 : 1.80 in. diameter Matrix : 6.76 x 4.35 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Here on the original matrix as they were found, is an incredibly uncommon association of Schizorhiza teeth and bones, teeth are showing their characteristic split root! These are from a much larger specimen that measures over 6.5 feet in length, pieces like this were found surrounding the larger piece already jacketed. Sawfish specimens from Schizorhiza are very uncommon and only rarely are found in the phosphate mines of Morocco, as the teeth and what are preserved of the bones are incredibly delicate. Learn More
$245.00Schizorhiza stromeri (Weiler, 1930) Extinct Sawfish Oued Zem, Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa Upper Cretaceous Period - 80 Million Years Old Tooth 1 : 0.87 n. Tooth 2 : 0.62 n. Tooth 3 : 0.81 n. Tooth 4 : 0.88 n. Matrix : 6.82 x 4.69 in. 1 inch = 2.54 cm Here on the original matrix as they were found, is an incredibly uncommon association of Schizorhiza teeth, complete and showing their characteristic split root! As a curator for an unnamed natural history museum across the pond put it in Tucson 2016 - "That piece is very nice." These are from a much larger specimen that measures over 6.5 feet in length, pieces like this were found surrounding the larger piece already jacketed. Sawfish specimens from Schizorhiza are very uncommon and only rarely are found in the phosphate mines of Morocco, as the teeth and what are preserved of the bones are incredibly delicate. Learn More
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Phareodus testis (Leidy, 1873)Learn More
Green River Formation - 50 Million years old Kemmerer, Wyoming, USA
Phareodus : 10.8 x 5.12 in. Plate : 17.5 x 11 in. (1 inch = 2.54 cm)
A super well preserved Phareodus with a RARE Red & Maroon color to the scales with amazing detail!
This specimen came to us from an estate completely unprepared, we spent a lot of time to carefully prepare this fossil, extracting it from the original shale!
Phareodus are known for their large fins and sharp carnivorous teeth! This specimen has a full set of teeth and a very nice skull, which for some reason, most specimens offered online show a crushed skull.
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Eubrontes giganteus (Hitchcock, 1836)Learn More
Large Theropod Dinosaur
Jurassic Period - 190 million years old
East Berlin Formation, Connecticut, USA
Plate : 23 x 12.5 in
Track : 12.25 x 9 in
1 in = 2.54 cm
Possibly one of the best Eubrontes tracks we have ever seen, both for it's size and details! The Eubrontes is also the State Fossil of Connecticut!
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Dilophosaurus FootprintsLearn More
Late Triassic Period - 225 million years old
Passaic Formation, Milford, New Jersey, USA
Plate : 14.75 x 10 in
Track (largest) : 5.00 x 3.33 in
Track (smallest) : 2.58 x 1.95 in
Track : 3.85 x 3.05 in
1 in = 2.54 cm
All three of these dinosaur footprints are very well inflated and show amazing detail of the foot pads with claws!