Crocodile bespoke collection case contains one Eodiaphydus granulosus palate, four Crocodile scutes plates, one Enchodus libycus fish tooth and twelve superb Phyllodus toliapicus pharyngeal fossil tooth palate teeth, in a collection box case presented by The Fossil Store.
The collection case contains A Eodiaphydus granulosus tooth palate (top left), four dyrosaurus gharial crocodile dermal scute plates (upper right), the plates which give the leathery hide of the crocodile is archetypical appearance in life. A rostral fossil shark (second row) Pristis mucrodens tooth. Plus twelve superbly preserved Phyllodus toliapicus pharyngeal palate teeth. A great selection of unique specimens brought forth from the phospahticus layers of Maastrichtian Stage of the Continental Sandstones, Cretaceous period of Benguerir deposit, Khouribga city, Province of khouribga, middle Morocco (like our other fossil crocodile specimens).. The basin of phosphate in Morocco is about 120km in length and forms part of a greater deposit of phosphate which stretches as far as the middle east.
The source of these particular fossils in a small traditional community of agriculture that has benefitted from industrial mining on a large scale by the government of Morocco. Once solely farmers are engaged in the localised fossil industry and collect these unique specimens when winning process's allow.