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Pterosaur Flying Reptile Fossil Tooth


Pterosaur of Morocco, a tooth which has been preserved in the Continental intercalaire. An excellent and interesting long tooth, dentin enamel persists at the upper tip or crown portion. Near the root end striations can be studied, an attractive colour overall. Read more below...

Your Tooth will be supplied with a bespoke glass faced black leatherette case with the certificate of authenticity from TFS.

Genus: Coloborhynchus sp. Siroccopteryx moroccensis (Bryn Mader and Alexander Kellner, 1999)
Age: Upper Cretaceous, Albian to Cenomanian stage, approximately 113 to 96 m.y.a.
Origin: Taouz, Kem Kem Basin, Province of Errachidia, South East Morocco.
Formation: Aoufous Formation (Tegana formation), Continental Intercalaire or Red Sandstone Beds.

Pterosaur tooth measurement: 30 mm
Weight: Less than a gram