Kem Kem Turtle/Crocodile & Eocene Phosphate fossil sets A selection of Turtle, Dinosaur and Crocodile fossil sets, ideal for study. These include Carapace (Turtle shell), Crocodile Scute, Ribs, Skull bone. Also available are Eocene Phosphate fossil sets from Morocco. Excellent way to learn and study, and very affordable too. These include Ray Palates, fish jaw bones and jaws, and shark/marine reptile teeth and bone sections.
Lycoptera davidi fossil fishes from China Lycoptera davidi from the Lower Cretaceous Shale Matrix, Lower Cret. Xixian formation, Huangbangi Valley, Beipiao, Liaoning Province. This is from an old collection, before the ban on exporting fossils from China. All are sale priced to clear.
Dastilbe elongatus fish from South America Dastilbe elongatus Fish,125 Million years old. Santana/Crato formation of Brazil. Found at Serra De Araripe. 125-110 Million years old (Cretaceous). Great fossil for kids, strong and solid little fossil. These are becoming scarce with no exports of South American fossils. All are sale priced to clear.
Enchodus libicus - Extinct Sabre tooth herring Predatory bony fish. These were just some of the bony fishes that survived the KT extinction event. You get 3 teeth from this voracious creature, all boxed and labelled. A great addition to the collection of a beginner or pro. All the teeth are from the Upper Cretaceous beds of Marrakech, Morocco, from the Phosphate location of Benguerir (75 MYO). Boxed and labelled. Box is 8.0cm x 5.0cm x 3.2cm.
Enchodus Vertebrae fossils - Xiphactinus like fishes
These are the back vertebrae fossils from Enchodus libicus sp. They are rugged, solid and very substantial. A very large fish that was voracious and mean. Xiphactinus audax is a similar fish for comparison. These you see below are from full size fishes. You can often find many small sized ones on matrix, but these have been dug out of the matrix rock to expose them as fully as possible. Small repairs are normal from this site, but no major restoration is made to these.
These are extinct sawfish rostrum teeth from Onchopristis numidus. These are from the Tegana formation in the Kem Kem basin beds. Around 95 Million years old. Onchopristis was a crucial staple diet fish for the Spinosaurus that hunted in the rivers and deltas for these fishes. Artwork by Nobu Tamura, a superb digital artist. Boxed and labelled. Box is 8.0cm x 5.0cm x 3.2cm. A good size for your collection. You can see my hand in the picture so hopefully it will give you the scale, but if you are not sure feel free to email and ask about anything at all.
All come labelled with nice artwork card and information as seen in some of the specimens below.