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Welcome to our Fossil category where you'll find some rather special selections, whether you are looking for a small fossil gift or a large interior fossil statement piece for yourself or someone special, here we have a wide range of museum quality fossils for sale; Ammonites that sit elegantly in your living-space surmounted and classically displayed on our custom designed bronze plinths or wall features that transcend your personal style and passion for historic themes into reality.

Discover a geological world of fossils from an ancient-prehistoric world from magnificent Mosasaurus fossil skulls, Dyrosaurus and Sarcosuchus crocodile skulls, Spinosaurus dinosaur and Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur fossils to Dinosaur bones, stunning fossil pecten shells including many other molluscs and echinoids and many more spectacular fossils for you to browse and buy.

  1. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 35mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 35mm

    £162.00
    An excellent dinosaur theropod tooth of a large carnivore which must have terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 95 million years ago. Colloquially named the North African Tyrannosaur this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator carnivore Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,005 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  2. New Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 25mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 25mm

    £162.00
    Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur tooth from the late Cretaceous and a remarkable specimen with a typical elongated shape to other dinosaurs such as the Dromaeosaur raptor. The Deltadromeus; 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur discovered from the region of the Tegana formation in the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries for this genus to date is extremely rare, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Deltadromeus Agilis Tooth measurements. Mesial Curvature Length: 2.5 cm Direct Length: 2.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,001 g Approximate weight: 0,000 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  3. Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 67mm

    £172.00
    Superb large specimen Spinosaurid dinosaur tooth exhibiting excellent and attractive glossy dark mahogany full enamel patina, the ferocious carnivore tooth from a top semi-aquatic predator of the Cretaceous period, North Africa. Read the full report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 6.7 cm Width: 2.95 cm Overall weight: 0,045 g

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    Dinosaurian Toe Claw 70mm

    Dinosaurian Toe Claw 70mm

    Regular Price: £252.00

    Special Price £172.00

    A Large and robust fossil dinosaurian toe claw naturally stained from the fossil bed, with the archetypical dark deep maroon-iron red of the geographical region of the find in North Africa. Read the full description below... Genus: Dinosaurian Toe Claw. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian 112 to 93 and Turonian stages 93 to 89 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, the horizon of continental Red beds, Kem Kem sequence, near Arfoud, province of Er-rachidia, Northern Sahara, S.E.Morocco, North Africa. Dimensions of Toe Claw. Ventral length: 7.0 cm Medial width: 3.51 cm Dorsal height: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,062 g Learn More
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    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Mammites Nodosoides Ammonite 160mm

    Regular Price: £242.00

    Special Price £172.00

    The shell of Mammites are typically stout, having a slightly square whorl section and flattish to slightly concave venter and can reach a diameter of twenty millimetres as an adult. Genus: Mammites nodosoides, described by Laube and Bruder in 1887. Family: Acanthoceratidae, described by De Grossouvre, Circa 1894 SubFamily: Mammitinae, described by Hyatt Circa 1900 Age: Upper Cretaceous Period, Early to late Turonian Stage, 94.3 to 89.3 m.y.a. Environment/lithology: lithified, concretionary marl, Mammites nodosoides Zone. Geological Location: N.E. Asfla, Goulmima, Er-rachidia province, Anti Atlas, Morocco. Mammites Nodosoides dimensions Width: 11.5 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Height: 15.0 cm Overall block dimensions Width: 15.5 cm Depth: 9.8 cm Height: 16.0 cm Weight: 1,906 Kg Reference: W. J. Kennedy, A. S. Gale, D. J. Ward and C. J. Underwood. 2008. Early Turonian ammonites from Goulmima, southern Morocco. Bulletin de l'Institut Royal des Sciences Naturelles de Belgique. Learn More
  6. New Saukianda cf. Andalusiae Trilobite 95mm

    Saukianda cf. Andalusiae Trilobite 95mm

    £177.00
    An excellent split geode containing the specimen Saukianda cf. Andalusiae Trilobite described by Richter and Richter which displays the key attributes of the genus type, particularly the crescent eyes found either side of the glabella (head shield) and narrowing pygidium (tail section) which is partially obscured by the matrix (fossil silt of the Cambrian period) while the many thoracic pleura terminate with short stubby spines. Genus: Saukianda cf. Andalusiae Trilobite (described by Richter & Richter 1940) Age: Palaeozoic era, Early Cambrian, Age 3 to 4, approximately 516,000,000 to 513,000,000 years ago. Origin: Tinejdad, South Eastern Morocco, North Africa. Order: Redlichiida > Saukiandidae; H. B. Whittington et al. 1997 Saukianda sp. measurement. Length: 5.5 cm Width: 5.0 cm Overall measurement. Length: 8.3 cm Width: 9.5 cm Approximate weight: 185 g Learn More
  7. Phacops Speculator Trilobite 46mm

    Phacops Speculator Trilobite 46mm

    £182.00
    A Phacops speculator trilobite, the authentic and superbly preserved ancient arthropod exhibiting exceedingly well the attributes of the genus type, the remains of the carapace inflated on the original fossil matrix (limestone fossil rock bed) in which the invertebrate perished long ago. Genus: Phacops (Phacops) speculator G.K.B. Alberti, 1970 Order: Phacopida, family: Phacopidae Age: Mid Devonian period, Eifelian stages 393,000,000 to 388,000,000 Origin: Jebel Issoumour, Hamar Laghdad formation, Morocco, North Africa. Phacops Speculator measurement. Height: 1 cm Length: 4.6 cm Width: 2.6 cm Overall measurement. Height: 5 cm Length: 5.7 cm Width: 7 cm Weight: 285 g Learn More
  8. Hairy Arachnid Leg In Copal

    Hairy Arachnid Leg In Copal

    £182.00
    Copal a natural time capsule, a petrified tree sap stalactite, one face showing the tree bark imprint, a mould of its host's branch where the sap drew down in this elongated form tempting the flora and fauna of the forest. The rest of the stilleto heeled stalactite shape shows flow over flow lines of the tree sap. In its production the tree seemingly produced oodles of sticky sap which eventually has become fossilised. Full of entomological interest. Genus: Arachnid, Beetles and Flora stem. Age: Approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years. Origin: Madagascar. Copal measurements. Length: 13.4 cm Depth: 3.8 cm Height: 5.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,059 g Learn More
  9. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 116mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 116mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.6 cm Diameter: 3..7 cm Approximate weight: 0,157 g

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  10. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 112mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 112mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.2 cm Diameter: 3.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,163 g

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  11. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 111mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 111mm

    £192.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.1 cm Diameter: 3.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,133 g

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  12. Cyphaspis Trilobite 38mm

    Cyphaspis Trilobite 38mm

    £192.00
    The very distinctive and instantly recognisable 'devils horned' fossil trilobite of the Eifelian stage of the Devonian period, North Africa. With its eyes on slightly raised turrets, two upwardly turned spines directed at a forty-five-degree angle from the leading edge of the glabella (head shield), this little creature trawled the bottom of the ancient sea in search of nutrients. Another key feature of the genus is the long backwardly turned spine emanating from the sixth thoracic segment. Genus: Cyphaspis. (Order Aulacopleurida, Family Lichidae). Age: Palaeozoic era, middle Devonian, Eifelian stage, 393-388,000,000 million years ago. Origin: Lamrakeb region deposits near Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Cyphaspis Trilobite measurement. Height: 1.3 cm Length: 3.8 cm Width: 2.2 cm Overall measurement. Height: 2.8 cm Length: 7.1 cm Width: 6.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,209 g Learn More
  13. Phacops Speculator Trilobite 44mm

    Phacops Speculator Trilobite 44mm

    £192.00
    A Phacops speculator trilobite, the authentic and superbly preserved ancient arthropod exhibiting exceedingly well the attributes of the genus type, the remains of the carapace inflated on the original fossil matrix (limestone fossil rock bed) in which the invertebrate perished long ago. Genus: Phacops (Phacops) speculator G.K.B. Alberti, 1970 Order: Phacopida, family: Phacopidae Age: Mid Devonian period, Eifelian stages 393,000,000 to 388,000,000 Origin: Jebel Issoumour, Hamar Laghdad formation, Morocco, North Africa. Phacops Speculator measurement. Height: 1.1 cm Length: 4.4 cm Width: 2.7 cm Overall measurement. Height: 5.4 cm Length: 5.2 cm Width: 8.6 cm Weight: 259 g Learn More
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    Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    Choffaticeras Ammonite 200mm

    Regular Price: £272.00

    Special Price £192.00

    Excellent sliced and polished Choffaticeras (C.) segne fossil ammonoid, the type described by Solger in 1903. The ammonite halved enabling the internal chambers now filled with mineral calcite, a type of quartz, to be fully appreciated. A natural history curio which has also scientific interest, discovered in what has become a classic Cretaceous period fossil layer located in the high Atlas of southern Morocco. read the full description below... Genus: Choffaticeras segne described by Solger 1903 Family: Pseudotissotiidae Hyatt1902 Sub Family: Pseudotissotiinae Hyatt 1902 Sub Order: Ammonitina Hyatt1889 Order: Ammonoidea Zittel 1884 Class: Cephalopod Cuvier 1797 Branch: Mollusca Linnaeus 1758 Age: Cretaceous period, Lower Turonian stage 93.9 to 89.8 million years ago. Geological Location: Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone, Asfla, Morocco. Ammonite measurements approximately. Height: 16.0 cm Width: 20.0 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Approximate weight: 2.318 g Learn More
  15. Elosuchus Crocodile Tooth 55mm

    Elosuchus Cherifiensis Crocodile Tooth 55mm

    £197.00
    A superb complete tooth of one of the most fierce crocodilian predators yet discovered in the region of Moroccan, North Africa. The beautifully dark and deep patina of the mahogany colour enamel is the first striking feature which captivates the author. Next the overall condition of the tooth, unbroken, complete exhibiting clear distinct morphology. Genus Att: Elosuchus cherifiensis (lavocat 1955), deBroin 2002, crocodile. Order: Crocodilia. Superfamily: Gaviloidea Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Specimen dimensions: Length: 5.5 cm Length: 6.0 cm (outside curvature) Width: 1.9 cm Approximate weight: 0.022 g

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  16. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 47mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 47mm

    £197.00
    An excellent theropod tooth of a large carnivore that terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 100,000,000 million years ago. Colloquially known as the North African Tyrannosaurus this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our full report below. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Mesial Curvature Length: 4.7 cm Direct Length: 4.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,007 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  17. Pterodactyl Pterosaur Siroccopteryx Flying Reptile

    Pterodactyl Pterosaur Siroccopteryx Flying Reptile Tooth

    £198.00
    Pterosaur of Morocco, a tooth which has been preserved in the Continental intercalaire. This rare tooth once belonged to the enigmatic flying reptile; Siroccopteryx, Pterodactyl exhibiting wear morphology to the striated dentin single tooth. Includes a bespoke glass-faced black leatherette case with certificate of authenticity. Genus: Coloborhynchus sp. Siroccopteryx moroccensis (Bryn Mader and Alexander Kellner, 1999) Age: Upper Cretaceous, Albian to the Cenomanian stage, approximately 113,000,000 to 96,000,000 years. Origin: Taouz, Kem Kem Basin, Province of Errachidia, South East Morocco. Formation: Aoufous Formation (Tegana formation), Continental Intercalaire or Red Sandstone Beds. Stats: 6m / 20ft wingspan. Pterosaur tooth measurement: 34 mm Weight: 0,002 g Wiki Siroccopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information Six meter Pterosaur Siroccopteryx Flying Reptile scale to man ratio Learn More
  18. Odontopteryx Bird Bone 215mm

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Bone 215mm

    £202.00
    Odontopteryx False Toothed Bird Bone 215mm overall on its original fossil bedrock, this specimen an Ulna or Radius wing bone has now been cleaned prepared for display. The bones of the Odontopteryx were fine and slight to enable flight and this one is no exception to these evolved parameters. An excellent addition to any serious collector of prehistoric birds or Ornithology. The specimen has been cleaned, prepared and stabilised in a British Laboratory to a high standard. Genus: Odontopteryx gigas, toothless or false toothed bird, (Possibly Topliaca). Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Matrix length: 21.5 cm Bone span: 21.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,600 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  19. Framed Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus - Moroccanus Dinosaur Tooth 420mm

    Framed Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus - Moroccanus Dinosaur Tooth 420mm

    £222.00
    A Spinosaurus fossil tooth with a signed print by the original artist Ben Pickup. Selected quality fossil Spinosaurus aegyptiacus and Spinosaurus moroccanus teeth set behind a viewing window within the glazed mount. Supplied with a certificate of authentication of the fossil specimen and an artist signed proof certificate affixed verso, which includes a short bio of Ben's career and naming the dinosaur. Each Spinosaur tooth of a good size and state of conservation. NB. Allow extra time for mounting and framing (We normally carry each specimen frame in stock where possible, seasonally busy selling times permitting) add one week to scheduled delivery time. Specify preference of which Spinosaurus tooth, 'Moroccanus' or 'Egypticus' in checkout. Contact us for more information.

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    Genus: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus and Spinosaurus moroccanus. Age: Mesozoic era, early Cretaceous, Circa, approximately 99 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa Approximate frame measurement. Height: 42 cm Width: 30 cm Depth: 3 cm Approximate weight: 1.5 Kg (Please note: Each dinosaur tooth may vary slightly in colour, size and due to availability delivery may be up to one week. Please contact us if you have any queries.)

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  20. Framed Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth 410mm

    Framed Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 410mm

    £222.00
    Framed Carcharodontosaurus saharicus tooth and print signed by our resident artist Ben Pickup. Supplied with a certificate of authentication pertaining to the fossil specimen inclusion and an artist proof label on the reverse of the frame. The Carcharodontosaurus saharicus teeth exhibit well-preserved enamel of natural colour influenced by the surrounding mineral deposits in the fossil layers. This aided the condition and patina from the base of the dentin-enamel to the tip. Read more below... NB. Allow extra time for mounting and framing (We normally carry each specimen frame in stock where possible, seasonally busy selling times permitting) add one-two extra week/s to scheduled delivery time. Contact us for more information... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Height: 30 cm Width: 41 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 1 Kg Each Carcharodontosaurus tooth will vary slightly in colour, size and preservation. Depending on availability delivery may be longer. Please contact us for more details. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  21. Fir Cone Halves 48mm

    Fir Cone Halves 48mm

    £222.00
    Fir cone from the Jurassic forrest of the supercontinent of Pangea. Pangea formed around 300 million years ago and broke up around 175 million years ago. The prehistoric forests produced wonderful fossil fir cones along with fossil wood and fossil resins, which eventually formed copal’s and ambers. The fir cone is of this lineage. here the specimen with glorious detail of the inner structure of the fir cone can be viewed and studied. Genus: Araucaria Mirabilis. Origin: Cerro Cuadrado, Jaramillo forest, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic approximately 205 to 135 million years. Fir cone measurements. Height: 4.8 cm Width: 4.5 cm Depth: 2 cm Approximate weight: 0,106 g Learn More
  22. Framed Mosasaurus Tooth 399mm

    Framed Leiodon Anceps Mosasaurus tooth 399mm

    £222.00
    A bespoke mahogany-black frame showcasing a Mosasaurus tooth from Morocco includes a signed print by Ben Pickup, presented with a glass front for great viewing of these wondrous specimens of a Mosasaurus and Ben's art which has been wonderfully drawn with fine detail. NB. Currently ONE frame ready for dispatch and in stock. NB. Please allow extra time for mounting and framing (Usually takes 1 to 3 weeks during seasonal periods - Please contact us for more information) You will receive either one of the following genus types of tooth: - Genus: Mosasaurus Leiodon anceps. (Mosasauridae family). - Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurs. (Mosasauridae family). - - Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Framed Mosasaurus measurements. Length: 40 cm Width: 35 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,143 g Leiodon Anceps Mosasaurus ratio illustration scale to man Learn More
  23. Framed Obliquus Shark Tooth 410mm

    Framed Otodus Obliquus Shark Tooth 410mm

    £222.00
    Black framed Otodus obliquus (mackerel) shark tooth from the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Accompanied by the signed print by Ben Pickup, the glazed picture encapsulates a glass viewing panel which allows the viewing of a specimen Shark Tooth. NB. Please note new size format below. Allow extra time for mounting and framing - (We usually carry specimen frames in stock where possible, seasonally busy selling times permitting) add 1 -2 weeks for delivery. Contact us for more information. Genus: Otodus obliquus (Mackerel) shark tooth. Age: Moyen in the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Origin: Cenozoic era, Palaeocene, Eocene epoch, approximately 60 to 45 million years. Shark teeth measurements. Height: 39.5 cm Width: 41 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,185 g

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  24. Framed Mosasaurus Tooth 400mm

    Framed Leiodon Anceps Mosasaurus tooth 400mm

    £222.00
    A bespoke mahogany frame showcasing a Mosasaurus tooth from Morocco includes a signed print by Ben Pickup, presented with a glass front for great viewing of these wondrous specimens of a Mosasaurus and Ben's art which has been wonderfully drawn with fine detail. NB. Currently ONE frame ready for dispatch and in stock. NB. Please allow extra time for mounting and framing (Usually takes 1 to 3 weeks during seasonal periods - Please contact us for more information) You will receive either one of the following genus types of tooth: - Genus: Mosasaurus Leiodon anceps. (Mosasauridae family). - Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurs. (Mosasauridae family). - - Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Framed Mosasaurus measurements. Length: 40 cm Width: 35 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 1,143 g Leiodon Anceps Mosasaurus ratio illustration scale to man Learn More
  25. Odontopteryx bird Bone 125mm

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Bone 125mm

    £222.00
    Pelagornithidae bird Bone 125mm in length in the matrix block, which is the original fossil bedrock or limestone. The Humerus partial bone and matrix has been professionally cleaned and prepared in a British Lab to a high standard, this stabilises and preserves the specimen and has the benefit of a cut base to aid display. The bone has a very good surface texture and presents an excellent study piece. Genus: Odontopteryx gigas, toothless or false toothed bird. Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Matrix length: 12.5 cm Approximate weight: 0.000 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  26. Elosuchus Crocodile Tooth 118mm

    Elosuchus Cherifiensis Crocodile Tooth 118mm

    £222.00
    A Huge Complete Archosaur crocodilian killer tooth, quite literally this is an apex gripping and ripping tool from an ancient Cretaceous period reptile which must have been of enormous size. A Rare complete archosaur tooth, exhibiting the crocodilian attributes of the top predator of the North African Cretaceous period. One carinae cutting edge still partly prominent. Genus Att: Elosuchus cherifiensis (lavocat 1955), deBroin 2002, crocodile. Order: Archosauria, Crocodilia, Superfamily: Gaviloidea Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Specimen dimensions: Length: 10.3 cm Length: 11.8 cm (outside curvature) Width: 2.4 cm Approximate weight: 0.052 g

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  27. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 61mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 61mm

    £227.00
    An excellent dinosaur theropod tooth of a large carnivore which must have terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 95 million years ago. Colloquially named the North African Tyrannosaur this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator carnivore Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 6.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,023 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  28. Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 700mm

    Framed Otodus Obliquus & Selection of Shark Teeth 700mm

    £232.00
    Selection of framed fossil teeth 700mm exclusively curated for the world of interiors. This attractive and fascinating display of Otodus obliquus shark, Ray fish, Mosasaurus and other miscellaneous fish teeth, will make a good display of marine fossil teeth for the wall. Genus: Otodus obliquus (Mackerel) shark teeth Genus: Carcharias Africana (Sand) shark teeth Genus: Mosasaurus - Beaugei Arambourg Genus Ray Fish & other miscellaneous fish Age: Moyen in the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Origin: Cenozoic era, Palaeocene, Eocene epoch, approximately 60 to 45 million years. Shark teeth frame measurements. Height: 39.8 cm Width: 70 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Approximate weight: 3.4 Kg

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  29. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 117mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 117mm

    £242.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the oceans of the world. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 11.7 cm Diameter: 3..7 cm Approximate weight: 0,128 g

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  30. Cyphaspis Trilobite 45mm

    Cyphaspis Trilobite 45mm

    £242.00
    The Cyphaspis trilobite fossilised on the original matrix (bedrock), has been extracted to show the ancient invertebrate crawl over its now fossilised seabed. The defensive...? Spines erect, the cheery character seemingly appears unaffected, as if the millions of years did not interrupt its daily foraging routine at all. Genus: Cyphaspis (Otarion) sp. (Order Proetida, Superfamily Aulacopleuroidea, Family Aulacopleuridae). Age: Palaeozoic era, middle Devonian period, 395 million years ago. Origin: Lamrakeb region deposits near Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Cyphaspis measurement. Length: 4.5 cm Width: 2.8 cm Height: 2.6 cm Overall measurement. Height: 6.4 cm Width: 7.4 cm Depth: 8.4 cm Approximate weight: 271 g Learn More
  31. Eparietites impendens Ammonite 333mm

    Eparietites Impendens Ammonite 333mm

    £242.00
    Rare British Eparietites impendens ammonite block excellently conserved with several hours preparation producing a uniquely aesthetic freestanding block of large size for this type. England's lost treasures brought back to life from the famous N.E. coast of the Jurassic period. Discovered in the Frodingham ironstone layers, mined by the Romans for its rich ironstonore deposits. Read the fuller report below... Genus: Eparietites impendens ammonite, (described by Young and Bird, 1828). Genus: Bivalvia, Carditida, Cardiniidae; Cardinia hybrida Sowerby 1817 (clam). Origin: Frodingham Ironstone, Conersby, Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire. Age: Mesozoic era, Lower Lias, Obtusum zone, early Jurassic, 200 million years ago. Block and Fossil measurements overall. Height: 18.0 cm Width: 33.3 cm Depth: 7.5 cm Eparietites approximate measurements. Diameter: 12.4 cm Depth: 3.1 cm Cardinia clam approximate measurements. Diameter: 13.5 cm Depth: 1.0 cm Approximate overall weight: 4084 Kg Learn More
  32. Cladocyclus Pankowskii Jaw 80mm

    Cladocyclus Pankowskii Jaw 80mm

    £262.00
    Cladocyclus pankowskii sp.nov. Jaw 80mm in overall length, a partial left dentary of a newly established fish in the Cenomanian of Morocco. The large predatory fish more familiar from the Santana formation of Brazil is described in a recent paper making this specimen a relatively important and exciting find from the classic red beds of the Tegana deposits. read our full description below... Genus: Cladocyclus Agassiz, 1841, Cladocyclus pankowskii sp. Origin: Ferruginous sandstones, Lower Sandstone unit, Tegana formation,province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Ichthyodectid jaw measurements. Length: 08.0 cm Largest tooth: 3.0 cm (from root) Approximate weight: 0,022 g Learn More
  33. Parahomalonotus Planus 88mm

    Parahomalonotus Planus 88mm

    £282.00
    Genus: Parahomalonotus plans. Age: Emsian stage, Lower epoch Devonian period 408 to 393 million years ago. Origin: M'haresh Ma'ader, Morocco, North Africa. Overall measurement. Height: 4.5 cm Length: 8.8 cm Width: 7.1 cm Parahomalonotus plans trilobite measurement. Height: 2.6 cm Length: 5.8 cm Width: 3.7 cm Weight: 283 g Learn More
  34. Coltraneia Oufatenensis Trilobite 57mm

    Coltraneia Oufatenensis Trilobite 57mm

    £282.00
    Genus: Coltraneia Oufatenensis. Age: Early Devonian era, approximately 419 millions years. Origin: El Otfal formation, Jbel Oufatène, Morocco, North Africa. Coltraneia Oufatenensis measurement. Height: 2 cm Length: 5.7 cm Width: 3.5 cm Overall measurement. Height: 6.4 cm Length: 8 cm Width: 6.5 cm Approximate weight: 236 g Learn More
  35. Beaugei Mosasaurus Tooth 105mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 105mm

    £292.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the worlds oceans. Read the fuller description below... Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Beaugei mosasaurus matrix measurements. Length: 10.5 cm Diameter: 7.5 cm Prognathodon giganteus tooth measurements. Length: 7.3 cm Diameter: 4.2 cm Approximate weight: 234 g Learn More
  36. Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 61mm

    Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 61mm

    £292.00
    Asaphus lepidurus trilobite 61mm from St. Petersburg, Wolchow River, Russia. and date back to the Palaeozoic era, 490 to 470 million years. An extremely interesting Asaphus arthropod showing very well the characteristics of this genus type. Genus: Asaphus Lepidurus. Age: Palaeozoic era, lower Ordovician, Wolchovian Horizon, around 490 to 470 million years. Origin: Asery level deposits, near St. Petersburg region, Wolchow River, Russia. Asaphus Lepidurus measurement. Length: 6.1 cm Width: 3.4 cm Depth: 0.8 cm Overall measurement. Height: 6.1 cm Width: 13.6 cm Depth: 4.9 cm Approximate weight: 298 g Learn More
  37. Large Leaf In Columbian Copal

    Large Leaf In Columbian Copal

    £292.00
    Large leaf in Columbian copal, also containing a wonderful and varied collection of prehistoric fauna and flora, including Aculeata wasp, Cyclorrapha hoverflys, Brachycera flies, Nematocera fungus gnats, Aculeate ants and many more insects yet to be identified and classified, along with hairs, husks and air bubbles and possibly liquids within air bubbles yet to be determined. Genus: Large leaf, Hemiptera, Aculeate, Nematocera, Brachycera, Cyclorrhapha and Midges. Age: approximately 1.6 million years to 10,000 years old. Origin: Columbia. Copal measurements. Height: 10.3 cm Width: 6.7 cm Depth: 4 cm Approximate weight: 0,121 g Learn More
  38. Odontopteryx Bird Jaw

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Jaw 191mm

    £292.00
    Odontopteryx Toothless Jaw or beak preserved in the fossil record from some sixty million years ago approximately. The beak exhibits the anatomy of what appear as teeth which are in fact the Volkmann canal structures, these bone structures or tissues of hollow vascular canals formed in the shape of triangular teeth and enabled the prehistoric pelagic toothless or false tooth bird to grasp prey from the surface of the sea while on the wing. Genus: Pelagornithidae, Odontopteryx gigas, toothless or false toothed bird, (Possibly Pelagornis mauretanicus). Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, approximately 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Jaw span: 14.0 cm Matrix: 19.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,632 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  39. Hoptiloides Wohltmanni Ammonite 202mm

    Hoplitoides Wohltmanni Ammonite 202mm

    £292.00
    Hoplitoides Wohltmanni ammonite from the province of Errachidia, Morocco. The specimen ammonoid prepared in the Laboratory in the United kingdom, which has enabled the exposure of the mineralised whorls and chambers, key morphological attributions of the genus Hoplitoides. Read the fuller description below... Genus - Hoplitoides sp. wohltmanni (KOENEN 1897) Location - Asafla Village, Wadi Gheris, Nr Goulmina, Drâa-Tafilalet region, Morocco, North Africa Geological Age - Mesozoic Era, upper-lower Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone wohltmanni (Courville 1993). Overall measurements. Height: 25.7 cm Width: 21.0 cm Depth: 6.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,379 Kg Learn More
  40. Fossil Fish Upper Cranium 107mm

    Fossil Fish Upper Cranium 107mm

    £292.00
    A rare upper cranium vault element of an early Calamopleurus bony fish unearthed in the Kem Kem, Red beds of the Taouz formation. Read the description below... Genus Att: Calamopleurus africanus. (Russell 1996) after (Joly 1962). Ages: Albian stage, 113 - 100 million years ago. Period: Upper Cretaceous 145 to 100 million years ago. Origin: Taouz oases, Red beds, Kem Kem formation. Overall measurements. Length: 10.7 cm Width: 5.3 cm Depth: 2.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,048 Kg Learn More
  41. Fossil Fish Cranial Element 91mm

    Fossil Fish Cranial Element 91mm

    £292.00
    A rare fossilised fish brain case element with similarities to the archer fish. The upper cranium vault element of an early Calamopleurus bony fish unearthed in the Kem Kem, Red beds of the Taouz formation. Read the description below... Genus Att: Calamopleurus africanus. (Russell 1996) after (Joly 1962). Ages: Albian stage, 113 - 100 million years ago. Period: Upper Cretaceous 145 to 100 million years ago. Origin: Taouz oases, Red beds, Kem Kem formation. Overall measurements. Length: 9.1 cm Width: 5.3 cm Depth: 3.8 cm Approximate weight: 0,101 Kg Learn More
  42. Asteroceras Ammonite 81mm

    Asteroceras Ammonite 81mm

    £297.00
    British Asteroceras ammonite partial boulder-stone excellently conserved with hours of preparation work which has produced a unique and aesthetically pleasing natural freestanding display specimen of large size for the type. England's lost treasures brought back to life from the world famous Heritage coast of the Jurassic period. Discovered in the Black ven layers. The heritage coast a stretch of over ninety five miles of coastline containing fossil flora and fauna produces few specimens of this calibre. Read the fuller report below... Genus: Asteroceras obtusum ammonite. Origin: Black Ven Marls in Lyme Regis, Dorset, England. Age: Mesozoic era, early Jurassic, approximately 189 to 196 million years. Shale measurements. Height: 11.6 cm Width: 26.5 cm Depth: 4.5 cm Asteroceras Ammonite measurements. Diameter: 8.1 cm Depth: 1.7 cm Approximate overall weight: 1213 Kg Learn More
  43. Dactylioceras cf anguinun Ammonite Block 160mm

    Dactylioceras cf anguinun Ammonite Block 160mm

    £297.00
    British ammonite limestone multi block excellently preserved and subsequently conserved with hours of preparation work which has produced a unique and aesthetically pleasing natural display specimen. Lost marine treasures brought back to life from a world famous Jurassic Scottish location. Read more below... Genus: D. anguinun ammonites, described by Reinecke, Circa 1818 Age: Jurassic period, Upper Lias, Toarcian stage. 176 to 183 million years old Location: Falciferum Zone, Braes, Bearreraig Bay, Isle of Skye, Scotland. Block measurements. Height: 10 cm Width: 16.5 cm Depth: 5.5 cm Largest Ammonite measurement. Diameter: 3.4 cm Depth: 1.0 cm Approximate overall weight: 0.465 Kg Learn More
  44. Sutured Ammonoid 215mm

    Sutured Ammonoid 215mm

    £297.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 16.3 cm Width: 13.5 cm Depth: 1.5 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 21.5 cm Width: 15.5 cm Base Depth: 5.0 cm Goniatite weight: 1,542 kg Learn More
  45. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 204mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 204mm

    £297.00
    A high quality conserved fossil Cleoniceras Ammonite from Madagascar. Prepared, cut into two halves with polished faces. The process revealing the wonders of mineralisation which takes place over millions of years. Each chamber has been replaced with Quartz and sedimentary silt now hardened or petrified. Ammonites are part of the Ammonitida of marine invertebrates. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 204 cm Approximate weight: 1,880 g Cleoniceras ammonite pairs include two acrylic stands for display. Learn More
  46. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Anterior Dinosaur Tooth 45mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Anterior Dinosaur Tooth 45mm

    £297.00
    An excellent theropod tooth of a large carnivore that terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 100,000,000 million years ago. Colloquially known as the North African Tyrannosaurus this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our full report below. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Anterior Tooth measurements. Mesial Curvature Length 4.5 cm Direct Length: 4.3 cm Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  47. New Dromaeosaur Raptor Dinosaur Claw

    Dromaeosaur Raptor Dinosaur Claw 20mm

    £297.00
    Dromeosaurs first appeared in the middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian stage, around 167 million years ago) and survived until the end of the Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage), 65.5 million years ago, evolving for over 100 million years, until the great mass extinction event of the Cretaceous Paleogene KT boundary. Supporting the dominance dromeosauridae achieved over their environment and prey. Bespoke black leatherette glassed case included with this item. Genus Attributed: Dromeosaur Dinosaur, Dromaeosauridae. Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, late Cretaceous period, Cenomanian epoch, approximately 99 million years. Curvature Length: 2.1 cm Direct Length: 2.0 cm Height: 0.71 cm Depth: 0.45 cm Approximate weight: -0,001 g Dromaeosaurid dinosaur scale to man ratio Learn More
  48. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 1

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 195mm

    £322.00
    A high quality conserved fossil Cleoniceras Ammonite from Madagascar. Prepared, cut into two halves with polished faces. The process revealing the wonders of mineralisation which takes place over millions of years. Each chamber has been replaced with Quartz and sedimentary silt now hardened or petrified. Ammonites are part of the Ammonitida of marine invertebrates. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Hoplitidae. Age: Albian 100 to 113 m.y.a., Cretaceous period 135 to 65 m.y.a Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Diameter: 195 cm Approximate weight: 1,440 g Cleoniceras ammonite pairs include two lucite stands for display. Learn More
  49. Zlichovaspis Fossil Trilobite 70mm

    Zlichovaspis Fossil Trilobite 70mm

    £322.00
    An excellent specimen fossil trilobite, displaying the key attributes of the genus type, particularly the genal spines and schizochroal eyes, which display many convex lenses, these lenses set in an alveoli framework of sclera. when rolling a finger over these eyes one can attempt to connect to the palaeozoic era. Genus Attrib: Zlichovaspis sp. (Odontochile) trilobite (described Hawle and Corda, 1847) Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian period, Eifelian stage 393,000,000 - 388,000,000 mya. Origin: Hamar Laghdad Formation, Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Order: Phacopida Family: Dalmanitidae Zlichovaspis measurement. Height: 5.8 cm Length: 7 cm Width: 5.5 cm Overall measurement. Height: 7.6 cm Length: 7.8 cm Width: 7.6 cm Approximate weight: 688 g Learn More
  50. Odontopteryx Bird Bone 230mm

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Bone 230mm

    £322.00
    Odontopteryx False Toothed Pre Historic Bird 230mm overall length of the matrix which encapsulates the associated articulated Humerus and Radius/Ulna attachment. The articulation here is a very important feature of the fossil record of the false toothed bird and enables the study of how the joint would have functioned and the articulation of the bones to each other. An important study fossil from this classic Moroccan fossil layer of Benguerir fossil deposit, the Ganntour basin, Oulad Abdoun phosphate mines. Genus: Odontopteryx gigas, toothless or false toothed bird. Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, approximately 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Benguerir Fossil Deposit, Ganntour basin, Oulad Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Matrix length: 23 cm Bone span: 11.5 cm Approximate weight: 1.2 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  51. Diademaproetus Antatlasiusi Trilobite 31mm

    Diademaproetus Antatlasiusi Trilobite 31mm

    £332.00
    This Diademaproetus antatlasius trilobite 31mm has been prepared using pneumatic tools, finished with an air abrasive micro sand-blaster in a fossil Lab. The Trilobite is a Devonian period fossil arthropod, part of the invertebrate group. This uncommon trilobite genus is known for its long genal cheek spines and semi-circular (cephalon) head shield. A short rostrum (nose) and large defined thoracic segments. The naming of the genus Diadema suggests a similarity to the head-shield of a coronet crown shape, the coronet being the slim demi lune type of crown, the cephalon lateral border in this genus is likened to this. The specimen trilobite has been prepared to expose the exoskeleton (fossilised carapace), on its original matrix which is the bedrock. Genus: Diademaproetus Antatlasiusi (Superfamily Proetoidea. Tropidocoryphidae Family) Age: Middle Devonian, approximately 393 to 383 millions years. Origin: Djebel Oufaten, Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Diademaproetus Antatlasiusi measurement. Height: 3 cm Width: 3 cm Depth: 3.1 cm Overall measurement. Height: 3.9 cm Width: 6.7 cm Depth: 6.1 cm Approximate weight: 162g Learn More
  52. Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 53mm

    Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 53mm

    £342.00
    The Asaphus lepidurus trilobite in an excellent state of preservation, the prone carapace or exoskeleton is not deformed as is often the case with the ravages of the fossil process. The carapace is fully inflated enabling a good study in a three dimension view of the attributes of the constituent body parts which make up this isopygous trilobite, the semi-circular glabella with stub eye covers is a similar size to the pygidium which has faint ribbing noticeable on the axial lobe. Genus: Asaphus Lepidurus. Age: Palaeozoic era, lower Ordovician, Wolchovian Horizon, around 490 to 470 million years. Origin: Asery level deposits, near St. Petersburg region, Wolchow River, Russia. Asaphus Lepidurus measurement. Length: 5.3 cm Width: 3.2 cm Height: 0.8 cm Overall measurement. Height: 9.6 cm Width: 10.1 cm Depth: 3.1 cm Approximate weight: 273 g Learn More
  53. Dinosaur Coprolite 104mm

    Dinosaur Coprolite 104mm

    £342.00
    Dinosaur Coprolite set on the bronze custom plinth which exhibits the specimen dinosaurian dung off particularly well. The specimen easily removed for study, the bronze cradle only supports the specimen and is not fixed to it. Read our description below... Genus Att: Dinosaur coprolite, Carcharodontosaurus saharicus (Depéret and Savornin 1925). Age: Cenomanian stage, Cretaceous period, approximately 100 to 94 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Red sands formation, Kem Kem Basin, Morocco, North Africa. Coprolite measurements. Height: 14.4 cm Length: 10.4 cm Depth: 3.4 cm Approximate weight: 0,383 g Coprolite measurements on stand. Height: 8.0 cm Length: 15.5 cm Depth: 11.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,750 g Learn More
  54. Dromeosaur Dinosaur Claw 42mm

    Dromaeosaur Raptor Dinosaur Claw 42mm

    £372.00
    Dromeosaurs first appeared in the middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian stage, around 167 million years ago) and survived until the end of the Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage), 65.5 million years ago, evolving for over 100 million years, until the great mass extinction event of the Cretaceous Paleogene KT boundary. Supporting the dominance dromeosauridae achieved over their environment and prey. Read our fuller description below... Bespoke glazed specimen case supplied with this item. Genus Attributed: Dromeosaur Dinosaur, Dromaeosauridae. Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, late Cretaceous period, Cenomanian epoch, approximately 99 million years. Length: 4.2 cm Height: 1.4 cm Depth: 0.65 cm Approximate weight: 0,003 g Dromaeosaurid dinosaur scale to man ratio Learn More
  55. New Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 65mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 65mm

    £372.00
    Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur tooth from the late Cretaceous and a remarkable specimen with a typical elongated shape to other dinosaurs such as the Dromaeosaur raptor. The Deltadromeus; 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur discovered from the region of the Tegana formation in the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries for this genus to date is extremely rare, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Mesial Curvature Length: 6.5 cm Direct Length: 5.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,012 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  56. Woolly Mammoth Tooth 191mm

    Woolly Mammoth Tooth 191mm

    £392.00
    Genus: Woolly Mammoth. Mammuthus primigenius. Age: Pleistocene stage, approximately 1.6 million to 50,000 years. Origin: Tamyr Peninsula Provenance of Siberia. Mammoth tooth measurements. Length: 19.1 cm Width: 8.6 cm Depth: 14.3 cm Approximate weight: 1,995 kg Learn More
  57. Petrified Araucaria Tree Stump front

    Petrified Araucaria Tree Stump

    £392.00
    Petrified Araucaria tree stump from Madagascar. The Araucaria's internal rings and vascular tissues of the cut and polished top section reveal the life of the monkey puzzle, araucaria genus trunk. Dating back to the Mesozoic era, Olenekian stage, approximately 250 million years. Genus: Petrified Araucaria araucana wood. Age: Early Triassic period, Olenekian stage 250 to 247 million years ago. Origin: Ambilobe, Madagascar. Araucaria tree stump measurements. Height: 308 mm Width: 347 mm Depth: 258 mm Approximate weight: 24 Kg Learn More
  58. Odontopteryx Bird Jaw

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Jaw 214mm

    £392.00
    Odontopteryx Toothless Jaw or beak preserved in the fossil record from some sixty million years ago approximately. The beak exhibits the anatomy of what appear as teeth which are in fact Volkmann canal structures, these bone structures or tissues of hollow vascular canals formed in the shape of triangular teeth and enabled the prehistoric pelagic toothless or false tooth bird to grasp prey from the surface of the sea while on the wing. Genus: Pelagornithidae, Odontopteryx gigas, toothless or false toothed bird, (Possibly Pelagornis mauretanicus). Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, approximately 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Jaw span: 19.0 cm Matrix: 21.4 cm Approximate weight: 1,261 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  59. Cleoniceras Ammonite On Bronze 249mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite On Bronze 249mm

    £392.00
    Exceptional quality Cleoniceras ammonite on a bronze plinth to museum standard. Post preparation now revealing the wonders of mineralisation, The absorption of the local environment’s mineral wealth, through a process of osmosis minerals transform the interior of the phragmocone (shell), when crystal's form through the action of imbuing, leaving mineral deposits, this enables the quartz in this instance to form and grow filling the chamber cavities. The process unfolds over a long period, eventually fossilising in millions of years during the metamorphism of the animal into a fossil. Read the full story below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, Hoplitidae. Age: Albian stage, 100 to 113 m.y.a. Period: Cretaceous period, 135 to 65 m.y.a. Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Approximate Cleoniceras measurements. Height: 14.7 cm Width: 17.1 cm Depth: 1.9 cm Ammonite weight: 0.533 Kg On bronze stand measurements. Height: 24.9 cm Width: 17.1 cm Base Depth: 6.5 cm Approximate total weight: 0.773 Kg Learn More
  60. Spinosaurid Dinosaur Vertebra 72mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Vertebra 72mm

    £392.00
    A chalky white theropod irregular bone vertebrae which we attribute to the anatomical structure of the Spinosaurus aegypticus and Spinosaurus moroccanus. This theropod dinosaur vertebrae from the renowned Kem Kem red beds formation, the fossil layers various field sites which have produced an amazing variety of dinosaur material. Genus: Spinosaurid. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Spinosaurid vertebrae measurements. Length: 7.2 cm Width: 3.9 cm Depth: 5.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,105 g

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  61. Elosuchus Crocodile Jaw 197mm

    Elosuchus Cherifiensis Crocodile Jaw 197mm

    £392.00
    The partial Crocodilian jaw exhibited open tooth sockets the largest of which is 12mm in diameter. A very interesting specimen partial jaw which illustrates very well the morphology of the alveoli, the tooth placement sockets, the largest of which is just slightly larger than 12mm diameter. The bone tissue exhibits the small holes which are nerve ending points of the sensory receptors which made the crocodilians such efficient predators in the water, their domain which from early beginnings of the late Cretaceous period the line of crocodyloidea evolved. Genus Att: Elosuchus cherifiensis (lavocat 1955), deBroin 2002, crocodile. Order: Crocodilia. Superfamily: Gaviloidea Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Specimen dimensions: Length: 19.7 cm Height: 4.14 cm Depth: 2.33 cm Approximate weight: 0.200 kg

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  62. Cleoniceras Ammonite On Bronze 211mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite On Bronze 211mm

    £392.00
    Exceptional quality Cleoniceras ammonite on a bronze plinth to museum standard. Post preparation now revealing the wonders of mineralisation, The absorption of the local environment’s mineral wealth, through a process of osmosis minerals transform the interior of the phragmocone (shell), when crystal's form through the action of imbuing, leaving mineral deposits, this enables the quartz in this instance to form and grow filling the chamber cavities. The process unfolds over a long period, eventually fossilising in millions of years during the metamorphism of the animal into a fossil. Read the full story below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, Hoplitidae. Age: Albian stage, 100 to 113 m.y.a. Period: Cretaceous period, 135 to 65 m.y.a. Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Approximate Cleoniceras measurements. Height: 21.1 cm Width: 17.9 cm Depth: 1.9 cm Ammonite weight: 0.554 Kg On bronze stand measurements. Height: 21.1 cm Width: 17.9 cm Base Depth: 5.0 cm cm Approximate total weight: 0.722 Kg Learn More
  63. Clymeniida Fossil Ammonite 250mm

    Clymeniida Fossil Ammonite 250mm

    £392.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 20.2 cm Width: 20.5 cm Depth: 2.0 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 25.0 cm Width: 24.5 cm Base Depth: 5.5 cm Goniatite weight: 1,542 kg Learn More
  64. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 64mm

    £392.00
    An excellent theropod tooth of a large carnivore that terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 100,000,000 million years ago. Colloquially known as the North African Tyrannosaurus this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our full report below. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Mesial Curvature Length 6.4 cm Direct Length: 5.8 cm Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  65. New Zlichovaspis hausmani Trilobite 137mm

    Zlichovaspis hausmani Trilobite 137mm

    £392.00
    An archetypal and superb specimen Zilchovaspis; the re-named (formerly Odontochile) fossil arthropod worked out of the naturally formed bedrock block, this matrix is the original fossil bedrock, the age of which is around 390 million years ago. The trilobite entombed in the silts of that time which hardened into solid limestone. The articulation of the remaining fossil carapace (exoskeleton) is exceptional and comprehensive, showing the constituent parts of the carapace, of the once living invertebrate. Genus: Zlichovaspis hausmani (Odontochile) trilobite (described Hawle and Corda, 1847) Order: Phacopida Family: Dalmanitidae Origin: Atchana, Jebel Ofaten, Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian period, Eifelian stage 393,000,000 - 388,000,000 mya. Zilchovaspis measurement. Height: 2.0 cm Length: 9.5 cm Width: 5.5 cm On matrix measurement. Height: 5.5 cm Length: 13.7 cm Width: 10.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,799 g Learn More
  66. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 90mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 90mm

    £397.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of large proportions with excellent colour tones and morphology, exhibiting attractive caramel glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 9.0 cm Width: 3.3 cm Overall weight: 0,068 g

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  67. Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 79mm

    Asaphus Lepidurus Trilobite 79mm

    £432.00
    The Asaphus lepidurus trilobite arthropod showing very well the characteristics of this genus type. The semi-circular shaped glabella and pygidium are of similar size thus making this Asaphus isopygous. The thorax is noted at having eight thoracic segments with diagonal pleural furrows. Genus: Asaphus Lepidurus. Age: Palaeozoic era, lower Ordovician, Wolchovian Horizon, around 490 to 470 million years. Origin: Asery level deposits, near St. Petersburg region, Wolchow River, Russia. Asaphus Lepidurus measurement. Legnth: 7.9 cm Width: 4.9 cm Height: 1.9 cm Overall measurement. Length: 14.3 cm Width: 8.6 cm Height: 3.9 cm Approximate weight: 503 g Learn More
  68. Dromaeosaurid Dinosaur Raptor Tooth 28mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 28mm

    £432.00
    Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur tooth from the late Cretaceous from the origins of North Africa. A remarkable specimen with a dark rich brown palette, evident serrations and like all Deltadromeus teeth, fine, slim to a point and more elongated than the Dromaeosaur raptor dinosaur teeth. The 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur discovered from the region of the Tegana formation in the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries for this genus to date is extremely rare, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Length: 2.0 cm width: 1.0 cm Depth: 0.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,001 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  69. Fir Cone 72mm

    Fir Cone 72mm

    £462.00
    Fir cones hold the secrets of an ancient time, from the Jurassic fossils of Pangea the time capsule may contain exotic colours of minerals like jasper, which once surrounded the cone as it decade in sodden sediments in the primeval forrest. Flooding and the action of per-mineralisation, a silicification process, cell by cell replacement, water coursing (minerals rich) under pressure replaces the living tissue turning the fir cone to stone and can create a wonderful array of different coloured quartz, jaspers and chalcedony. That is yet the mystery within this uncut cone... Genus: Araucaria Mirabilis. Origin: Cerro Cuadrado, Jaramillo forest, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic approximately 205 - 135 million years. Fir cone measurements. Height: 7.2 cm Width: 5.4 cm Depth: 3.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,167 g Learn More
  70. Prognathodon Mosasaurus Tooth 127mm

    Prognathodon Giganteus Mosasaurus Tooth 127mm

    £472.00
    Mosasaurus was a prehistoric marine reptile, a marine creature with immense and powerful jaws, preying on other marine reptiles, ammonites and large nautili. This is part of a group of marine reptiles which attained great size in the Cretaceous before becoming extinct, for runners of the great sharks and cetaceans which filled the gap they left in the world's oceans. Genus: Prognathodon mosasaurus. (Mosasauridae family). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous Period, Turonian to Maastrichtian ages, approximately 135 to 65 million years. Origin: From the Khouribga formation, Casablanca, Morocco, North Africa. Mosasaurus tooth measurements. Length: 12.7 cm Diameter: 4 cm Approximate weight: 0,191 g

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  71. Hoplitoides Ammonite 220mm

    Hoplitoides Ammonite 220mm

    £472.00
    The Hoplitoides ammonite specimen has been cleaned and prepared in the Laboratory in the United kingdom, which has enabled the exposure of the mineralised whorls, chambers and other key morphology of the genus type. Read the fuller description below... Genus - Hoplitoides sp. Hoplitoidea (KOENEN 1897). Location - Asafla Village, Wadi Gheris, Nr Goulmina, Drâa-Tafilalet region, Morocco, North Africa Geological Age - Mesozoic Era, upper-lower Turonian Mammites nodosoides Zone wohltmanni (Courville 1993). Overall measurements. Height: 20.5 cm Width: 24.5cm Depth: 8.0 cm Approximate weight: 2,453 Kg Learn More
  72. Sutured Ammonoid 245mm

    Sutured Ammonoid 245mm

    £472.00
    Extinct cephalopod shell displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone and fossil cephalopod shell prepared using an acid preparation giving a fine semi-matt and organic finish. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Ammonoid, Ammonite Clymenia sp. Age: Palaeozoic era, Late Devonian, Famennian age, approximately 372 to 359 million years. Origin: Amessoui syncline, Tafilalt platform, Ma'der, Tafilalt, Eastern Morocco, North Af. Specimen measurements. Height: 21.2 cm Width: 17.0 cm Depth: 1.5 cm Overall matrix block. Height: 24.0 cm Width: 24.5 cm Base Depth: 6.3 cm Goniatite weight: 3,070 kg Learn More
  73. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 97mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 97mm

    £472.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of large proportions with excellent colour tones and morphology, exhibiting attractive caramel glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 9.7 cm Width: 2.2 cm Overall weight: 0,056 g

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  74. Theropod Dinosaur Vertebra 158mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Vertebra 158mm

    £482.00
    A Theropod dinosaur vertebra discovered from Saharan Western desert regions of South East Morocco. Read our description below... Genus Attrib: Carcharodontosaurus; Theropod, Dinosauria, Owen 1842. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Dorsal vertebra measurements. Length: 15.8 cm Width: 9.6 cm Depth: 8.3 cm Approximate weight: 1,205 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  75. New Cyphaspides Trilobite 80mm

    Cyphaspides Trilobite 80mm

    £482.00
    Jorf Cyphaspides sp. trilobite discoveries are unearthing some beautiful opaque and in some cases, almost translucent calcified carapaces, the hardness of the limestone here creates crisp definition when complete individuals are conserved to a high standard as is the case here. The right-hand genal spine to this specimen has a translucent quality when viewed under a powerful lens, a result of the mineralisation within the deposition of the fossil layer. The vaulted cephalon and thoracic segments crisp and well defined, these running through to the pygidium and it's two recognisable longer pygidial spines. Genus: Cyphaspides sp. Trilobites Order: Proetida, Family Aulacopleuridae Geological Age: Early Devonian, Emsian stage 408,000,000 to 393,000,000 million years Geological Location: Fezna, El Jorf, Er-rachidia, S.E. Morocco, N.Africa Cyphaspides sp. measurements. Height: 0.7 cm Length: 3.0 cm Width: 3.0 cm Overall matrix measurements. Height: 2.0 cm Length: 8.0 cm Width: 6.5 cm Approximate weight: 0.180 g Learn More
  76. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 62mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 62mm

    £488.00
    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus tooth unearthed in the western desert of Morocco in the red beds of the Kem Kem region, this part of Africa is the northern Sahara. The tooth, a very good example of a rare fossil dinosaur tooth which displays light brown fossil dentin-enamel. The exceptional part of this tooth is the serrations clearly seen on what would have been the carnivores sabre cutting edge. Some enamel loss is sustained, as seen in the images below. Overall a super 90,000,000-year-old Carcharodontosaurus dinosaur tooth. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Cenomanian, approximately 100 to 93 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. C.Saharicus tooth measurements. Length: 6.2 cm Width: 3.1 cm Depth: 1.9 cm Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  77. Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 69mm

    Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 69mm

    £492.00
    Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 69mm. Taphonomy of this specimen is the process of the trilobites demise, deposition, petrification, fossilisation and preservation in the Moroccan Devonian period fossil bed, to the final stage of discovery 400 million years later. Genus: Drotops Megalomanicus. (Phacops Rana Africanus). Age: Paleozoic Era, Middle Devonian, Eifelian stage, approximately 390 million years. Origin: Region of Daya el Maider, Nr Tafraoute Sidi Ali, Djebel Issimour, Alnif, Morocco North Africa. Drotops Megalomanicus measurements. Length: 6.5 cm Width: 6.9 cm Height: 5.5 cm Overall measurements. Length: 6.5 cm Width: 7 cm Height: 7.7 cm Approximate weight: 413 g Learn More
  78. Acanthochirana Longiceps Shrimp

    Acanthochirana Longiceps Shrimp 197mm

    £492.00
    Genus: Acanthochirana Longiceps. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic, approximately 145 million years. Origin: Eichstatt, Bayern, Allemagne, Germany. Acanthochirana Longiceps sp. measurements. Length: 7 cm Plate measurements. Height: 19.7 cm Width: 11.6 cm Depth: 0.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,365 g Learn More
  79. Selection Of Framed Shark Teeth 1002mm

    Framed Otodus Obliquus & Carcharias Africana Shark Teeth 1m

    £492.00
    Selection of framed shark teeth 1002mm exclusively curated for the world of fossil framed interiors. This attractive and fascinating display of 300 prehistoric extinct shark teeth makes a stylish wall statement, suitable for wall hanging. Exceptionally large fossil shark teeth with superb preservation from the fossil layers of Morocco. Genus: Otodus obliquus (Mackerel) shark teeth - Outside rows x 2 ( Left row:42pcs // Right row:62pcs ) Genus: Carcharias Africana (Sand) shark teeth - Inside rows x 3 ( Left/Middle/Right rows:220pcs ) Age: Moyen in the Atlas mountains of North Africa. Origin: Cenozoic era, Palaeocene, Eocene epoch, approximately 60 to 45 million years. Individual panel measurements. Height: 100 cm / 1 meter Width: 40 cm Depth: 4.6 cm Approximate weight: 5.4 Kg

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  80. Dromeosaur Dinosaur Claw 20mm

    Dromaeosaur Raptor Dinosaur Claw 20mm

    £492.00
    Dromeosaurs first appeared in the middle Jurassic Period (Bathonian stage, around 167 million years ago) and survived until the end of the Cretaceous (Maastrichtian stage), 65.5 million years ago, evolving for over 100 million years, until the great mass extinction event of the Cretaceous Paleogene KT boundary. Supporting the dominance dromeosauridae achieved over their environment and prey. Read our fuller description below... Bespoke black leatherette glassed case included with this item. Genus Attributed: Dromeosaur Dinosaur, Dromaeosauridae. Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, late Cretaceous period, Cenomanian epoch, approximately 99 million years. Length: 2.07 cm Height: 0.71 cm Depth: 0.45 cm Approximate weight: -0,001 g Dromaeosaurid dinosaur scale to man ratio Learn More
  81. New Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 95mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 95mm

    £492.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of large proportions with excellent colour tones and morphology, exhibiting attractive caramel glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 9.5 cm Width: 2.5 cm Overall weight: 0,022 g

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  82. Fossil Fish Skull 124mm

    Fossil Fish Skull 124mm

    £497.00
    An exceptionally well preserved cranium element of an early Calamopleurus bony fish unearthed in the Kem Kem, Red beds of the Taouz formation. Read the description below... Genus: Calamopleurus africanus. (Russell 1996) after (Joly 1962). Ages: Albian stage, 113 - 100 million years ago. Period: Upper Cretaceous 145 to 100 million years ago. Origin: Taouz oases, Red beds, Continental Intercalaire, Kem Kem formation. Overall measurements. Length: 12.44 cm Width: 6.95 cm Depth: 5.92 cm Approximate weight: 0,175 Kg Learn More
  83. Fir Cone 56mm

    Fir Cone 56mm

    £522.00
    Fir cones are the embryonic capsule of propagation of the lineage of the flora of the earth, a unique occurrence of the prehistoric Patagonian Jurassic forest. The woody scales, which are actually the leaves of the cone, are slightly open or appear to be in the process of opening. The scales held the embryo seed, the new life of the forest. Genus: Araucaria Mirabilis. Origin: Cerro Cuadrado, Jaramillo forest, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic approximately 205 - 135 million years. Fir cone measurements. Height: 4 cm Width: 5.6 cm Depth: 4.9 cm Approximate weight: 0,129 g Learn More
  84. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Tooth 128mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 128mm

    £522.00
    An excellent and large Spinosaur tooth on custom designed and created lucite stand. For more information on the Spinosaurus please continue... Genus: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus. Age: Mesozoic era, early Cretaceous, Circa, Approximately 99 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Diameter: 4.2 cm Length: 12.8 cm Lucite stand measurement. Height: 2 cm (Overall Height: 7.8 cm) Width: 10 cm Depth: 5 cm Overall weight: 0,264 g

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  85. New Dromaeosaur Dinosaur Claw 44mm

    Dromaeosaur Dinosaur Claw 44mm

    £562.00
    A remarkable discovery of a dinosaur claw from the Cretaceous of Gondwanaland, now part of the continent of North Africa. The genus type we have attributed to a Dromaeosaur. The region from where the ungual claw was unearthed is geologically the fossil layers of the Cenomanian and Turonian strata of an age of 112,000,000 to 89,000,000 years. Genus Att: Dromaeosauridae; Matthew & Brown, 1922 Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian 112 to 93 and Turonian stages 93 to 89 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Continental Red beds, Kem Kem sequence, Nr Arfoud, province Er-Rachidia, S.E.Morocco, North Africa. Spinosaurus claw measurement. Curvature Length: 4.4 cm Direct Length: 4.1 cm Width: 1.2 cm Height: 2.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,005 Kg Dromaeosaurid dinosaur scale to man ratio Learn More
  86. New Exceedingly Rare Spinosaurid Dinosaur Tooth 48mm

    Exceedingly Rare Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 48mm

    £592.00
    Spinosaurid specimen tooth of large proportions with excellent colour tones and morphology, exhibiting attractive caramel glossy enamel patina, a ferocious carnivores tooth of large size, from the top semi-aquatic predator dinosaur of the Cretaceous of what is now Morocco, North Africa. Read our condition report below... Genus Att: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Cenomanian to Turonian stages 100 to 89 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 4.8 cm Width: 1.1 cm Overall weight: 0,005 g

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  87. Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 130mm

    Opal Cleoniceras Ammonite 130mm

    £602.00
    Opalescent cleoniceras ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The unrivalled tropical island environment, in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of South East Africa. The Island having the most unusual flora and fauna is also blessed with a unique deposit of colourful mineralised fossils. Rich minerals developing in the earths layers have created unequalled depositions of rare fossils, some outcrop and have in recent years have been harvested for there natural beauty. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years ago. Origin: Mahajanga Jungle, Madagascar. Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Height: 13 cm Width: 10.7 cm Depth: 3.6 cm Approximate weight: 0,533 g Learn More
  88. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 61mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 61mm

    £642.00
    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 61mm in length which is a genuine authentic carnivore tooth in a very honest condition direct from the fossil bed without any enhancement artificial colours or consolidators. Read full description below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 8.1 cm Approximate weight: 0,056 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  89. Theropod Dinosaur Bone 91mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Vertebra 91mm

    £642.00
    Well preserved dinosaur vertebra bone with good process's which has been mineralised in fossil layers found near the enclave of Taouz, southern Morocco the Berber region of the north African ténéré. The dinosaurian theropod dorsal vertebra discovered in the Kem Kem, 'Red beds' continental intercalaire fossil layer, exhibits excellent and archetypal preservation. Read our description below... Genus: Raptor family; Deltadromeus agilis, Saurischia (Seeley - 1888), Theropod, Dinosauria, Owen 1842. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Dorsal vertebra measurements. Length: 9.1 cm Width: 8.7 cm Depth: 8.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,260 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  90. Opal Desmoceras Ammonite 92mm

    Opal Desmoceras Ammonite 92mm

    £692.00
    Opalescent Desmocera ammonite excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. The unrivalled tropical island environment, in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of South East Africa. The Island having the most unusual flora and fauna is also blessed with a unique deposit of colourful mineralised fossils. Rich minerals developing in the earths layers have created unequalled depositions of rare fossils, some outcrop and have in recent years have been harvested for there natural beauty. Read the full description below... Genus: Desmoceras ammonite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years ago. Origin: Mahajanga Jungle, Madagascar. Desmoceras ammonite measurements. Height: 7.91 cm Width: 9.25 cm Depth: 3.83 cm Approximate weight: 0,297 g Learn More
  91. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Tooth 120mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 120mm

    £692.00
    Spinosaurus aegyptiacus tooth 120mm long. A fine specimen tooth the dark mahogany colour of the fossilised dentin-enamel is excellent, the time has been kind and the fossil preservation could not be better. The angled wear to the tip of the crown is life wear, the morphology of habitat and feeding while the tooth was still rooted in the dinosaur's jaws! The stout tooth is very stable, the enamel condition excellent, completely unrestored. This is a naturally collected Spinosaurus aegypticus conical tooth, from a semi-aquatic theropod sailed back top predator which once stalked the margins and lagoons of the Cretaceous period in search of large fish and sharks. For more information on the Spinosaurus please continue... Genus: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. Age: Mesozoic era, early Cretaceous, Circa 100 to 97 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, Province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem. Northern Sahara, S.E. Morocco, North Africa. Spinosaurus aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Length: 12 cm Diameter: 3.4 cm Overall weight: 0,100 g

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  92. Theropod Dinosaur Vertebrae 160mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Vertebrae 160mm

    £692.00
    A large theropod irregular bone vertebrae which we attribute to a large Spinosaurid having transverse process attachments consistent with the anatomical structure of the Spinosaurus aegypticus and Spinosaurus moroccanus dorsal vertebra. The dinosaur's vertebra discovered in the renowned fossil Kem Kem Red beds, the site producing an amazing variety of dinosaur material. Read our description below... Genus: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Spinosaurus vertebrae measurements. Length: 16.0 cm Width: 12.5 cm Depth: 8.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,572 g

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  93. New Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 47mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Tooth 47mm

    £692.00
    Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur tooth from the late Cretaceous and a remarkable specimen with a typical elongated shape to other dinosaurs such as the Dromaeosaur raptor. The Deltadromeus; 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur discovered from the region of the Tegana formation in the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries for this genus to date is extremely rare, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Deltadromeus Agilis Tooth measurements. Mesial Curvature Length: 4.7 cm Direct Length: 4.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,005 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  94. Fir Cone 69mm

    Fir Cone 69mm

    £722.00
    Fir cones of the Patagonian highlands, the Cerro Cuadrado petrified forests, what was once Pangaea, now the continent of South America. It was reported by travellers decades ago in Argentina that Patagonian petrified forrest containing fossil trunks up to 100 metres (328 feet), in length and 3 metres (10 feet), in diameter were found scattered in desert regions. This went further to substantiate the theory that modern day sequoias have a lineage stretching back as far as the ancient Jurassic trees. Read the further description below... Genus: Araucaria Mirabilis. Origin: Cerro Cuadrado, Jaramillo forest, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic approximately 205 - 135 million years. Fir cone measurements. Height: 6.9 cm Width: 5.8 cm Depth: 3.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,197 g Learn More
  95. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 268mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair 268mm

    £792.00
    Exceptional quality Cleoniceras ammonite pair 268mm. this ammonite is from Madagascar and has been carefully prepared, cut in half and polished in work shops in Madagascar, thus revealing the wonders of per-mineralisation and mineralization which take place over tens of thousands even millions of years over the fossil process. Each inner chamber of the extinct marine cephalopod has been replaced with calcite and quartz. Cleoniceras ammonite pairs include two acrylic stands for display. Cleoniceras ammonite measurements. Height: 26.8 cm Width: 22.2 cm Depth: 2.8 cm Approximate weight: 3,690 Kg Learn More
  96. Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 138mm

    Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 138mm

    £792.00
    Drotops Megalomanicus Trilobite 138mm. This fossil trilobite can still unveil a story of its evolution through the complex schizochroal eye, as multi compound eyes stand up from the cephalon, filled with a multitude of convex lenses, which were made up of the mineral calcite this having endured the test of time in its taphonomic state. Trilobites melted their exoskeleton or carapace, these carapaces are often found enrolled, like a defensive ball. This genus Drotops grew exceptionally large, larger than most Phacops genera for which it has a close resemblance. A relatively recently named and classified discovery from the fossil beds of Morocco. Genus: Drotops Megalomanicus. (Phacops Rana Africanus). Age: Paleozoic Era, Middle Devonian, Eifelian stage, approximately 390 million years. Origin: Region of Daya el Maider, Nr Tafraoute Sidi Ali, Djebel Issimour, Alnif, Morocco North Africa. Drotops Megalomanicus measurements. Height: 3.5 cm Length: 13.8 cm Width: 7.3 cm Overall measurement. Height: 5.7. cm Length: 17.3 cm Width: 11 cm Approximate weight: 1,228 g Learn More
  97. Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 85mm

    Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 85mm

    £792.00
    Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 85mm in overall length in the fossil matrix which is found in the 'couche rouge', Red fossil layer, as is the Crotalocephalus trilobite at the same location in the same red layers. A remarkably well-preserved fossil arthropod displaying excellent preparation and conservation which enables us a glimpse back in time to the Devonian era, and into the life of this particular arthropod, invertebrate trilobites which once proliferated the sea's 400 million years ago. Some were free swimmers, most lived solely on the sea bottom, with appendages and spines which were for defence. The bottom of murky seas could have been a very poorly lit place, disturbed by the multitude of foraging marine life. Read our description below or to read more about the Class Trilobita, follow this link to discover another world. Discover more about the Class Trilobita, Invertebrate Notes on North West African trilobites Genus: Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite. Family Odontopleuridae, Odontopleurid trilobite, Age: Palaeozoic era, Middle Devonian period, Pragian approximately 411 to 408 million years. Origin: Jdel Oufatene Formation, Southeast of Foum Ziguid, Morocco, North Africa. Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite measurement. Length: 5.3 cm Width: 6.8 cm Height: 3.7 cm Overall measurement. Depth: 7.0 cm Width: 8.5 cm Height: 6.9 cm Approximate weight: 0.200 g Learn More
  98. Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 80mm

    Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 80mm

    £792.00
    Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite 80mm in overall length in the fossil matrix which is found in the 'couche rouge', Red fossil layer, as is another trilobite, the Crotalocephalus trilobite at the same location in the same red layers. Genus: Ceratonurus Spiny Trilobite. Family Odontopleuridae, Odontopleurid trilobite, Age: Palaeozoic era, Middle Devonian period, Pragian approximately 411 to 408 million years. Origin: Jdel Oufatene Formation, Southeast of Foum Ziguid, Morocco, North Africa. Trilobite / Rock measurements. Length: 5.5 cm / 8.0 Width: 7.5 cm / 8.0 Height: 3.0 cm / 6.0 Approximate weight: 0.300 g Learn More
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    Opalescent Ammonites On Slate

    Opalescent Cleoniceras Ammonites On Shale

    Regular Price: £992.00

    Special Price £792.00

    Opalescent cleoniceras ammonites excavated in the Mahajanga jungle of Madagascar. A wonderful tropical island environment, in the Indian Ocean, off the coast of South East Africa. This Island having the most unusual flora and fauna is also blessed with a unique deposit of the colourful fossils. Rich minerals have developed in the earth layers creating unique depositions of plentiful fossils, some outcrop and have in recent years have been harvested for there natural beauty. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite. Age: Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years ago. Origin: Mahajanga Jungle, Madagascar. Slate measurement as accented in the first main image. Width: 59.4 cm Height: 44.1 cm Depth: 6.7 cm Largest Specimen: 14.5 cm Medium Specimen 11.6 cm: Smallest Specimen: 6.7 cm Approximate weight: 13.8 kg Learn More
  100. Iguanodon Dinosaur Bronze Mount 295mm

    Iguanodon Dinosaur Bronze Mount 295mm

    £792.00
    Iguanodon Dinosaur leg bone cut and polished into a thin slice allowing the vascular structure within to be studied, which also creates an attractive display mounted into the fine bronze stand. The name Iguanodon is derived from Iguana-tooth. The second dinosaur to be officially named by Gideon Mantell. Iguanodon is one of the first dinosaur genera to have been named and numerous species assigned to it such as several early genera of dinosaurs such as Megalosaurus. With a complicated history, Iguanodon's taxonomy continues to undergo revisions today. Genus: Mantellisaurus atherfieldensis. Age: Wealden clay, Lower Cretaceous, approximately 120 million years. Origin: Isle of White, England, United Kingdom. Iguanodon bone mount dimensions. Height: 29.5 cm Width: 15.0 cm Depth: 7.5 cm Iguanodon bone slice dimensions. Height: 26.0 cm Width: 15.0 cm Depth: 1.0 cm Weight: 2.185 Kg

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  101. Goniatitic Sutured Goniatite Ammonoid On Bronze 280mm

    Goniatitic Sutured Goniatite Ammonoid On Bronze 280mm

    £872.00
    Natural Goniatite displaying calcification within the chambers which can be been seen now the shell has been removed. The limestone Goniatite has been prepared using an acid preparation. Read more about this unique fossil below... Genus: Gonioclymenia speciosa, Goniatitic Ammonoid, (Clymenia sp. described by Münster 1839) Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian, Famennian age, 372 to 359 million years ago. Origin: Gonioclymenia limestones, Tafilalt Platform (Anti-Atlas, SE Morocco), North Africa. Goniatite measurements. Height: 18.0 cm Width: 20.5 cm Depth: 4.0 cm Goniatite on stand. Height: 28.0 cm Width: 20.5 cm Base Depth: 7.2 cm Goniatite weight: 1,159 kg Total weight on stand: 1,568 kg Learn More
  102. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Anterior Dinosaur Tooth 42mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Anterior Dinosaur Tooth 42mm

    £872.00
    An excellent theropod tooth of a large carnivore that terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 100,000,000 million years ago. Colloquially known as the North African Tyrannosaurus this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our full report below. Genus Attrib: Carcharodontosaurus; Theropod, Dinosauria, Owen 1842. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Mesial Curvature Length: 4.2 cm Direct Length: 4.0 cm Approximate weight: 0,008 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  103. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 83mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 83mm

    £882.00
    A very good dinosaur theropod tooth from a large carnivore which must have terrorised the cretaceous environment around 95 million years ago. Nicknamed the N.African T'rex this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the predator carnivore Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover it now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 8.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,056 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  104. Theropod Dorsal Vertebra 135mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dorsal Vertebra 135mm

    £892.00
    Theropod dinosaur dorsal vertebra from the now renowned fossil Kem Kem red beds, the site producing an amazing variety of dinosaur material. Read our description below... Genus: Raptor family; Deltadromeus agilis, Saurischia (Seeley - 1888), Theropod, Dinosauria, Owen 1842. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Dorsal vertebra measurements. Length: 16.0 cm Width: 12.5 cm Depth: 8.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,572 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  105. Odontopteryx Bird Bone 510mm

    Odontopteryx Gigas Toothless Bird Bone 510mm

    £962.00
    Odontopteryx False Toothed Bird Bone 510mm overall on the original fossil matrix or limestone bedrock. The Tibiotarsus leg bone prepared and cleaned making an exceptional display of the prehistoric pelagic toothless or false tooth bird. The bones of the odontopteryx were fine and slight to enable flight and the bone is no exception to those evolved parameters. An excellent collection addition of prehistoric fossils birds or Ornithology aficionados. The fossilised bone has been cleaned, prepared and stabilised in a British Laboratory to a high standard. Because of its exceptional length, this is probably part of the anatomy of a wing. This specimen long bone illustrated shows very well the wall of the thinned (for flight) bone and the medullary cavity within, where perhaps the spongey marrow would form, however, this is not yet clear from the fossil remains found to date and may never be positively identified. A great example which gives a good opportunity to study closely the pseudo tooth's anatomy. Genus: Dasornis, Odontopteryx sp, family Pelecanoidea, suborder Pelican, toothless or false toothed bird. Age: Ypresian stage. Mesozoic era, Palaeocene, early Eocene, approximately 66,000,000 to 48,000,000 years. Origin: Phosphate deposits of Khouribga, Ouled Abdoun Basin, Oued Zem, Morocco, North Africa. Odontopteryx measurements. Matrix length: 51 cm Matrix width: 12.5 cm Bone span: 43.2 cm Approximate weight: 4,200 Kg Wiki Odontopteryx Information Wiki Pterosaur Information four meter Odontopteryx prehistoric bird Learn More
  106. Fir Cone Halves 93mm

    Fir Cone Halves 93mm

    £992.00
    Two fir cone halves once a whole extant or living fir cone, now the fossilised cone cut and polished to reveal the inner structure, the seed bearing female fir cone which displays a familiar internal structure to a modern fir cone. The ovules evolve to full maturity once the seeds are fertilised. The cone then has a period of gestation, finally at maturity the cone disintegrates falling apart and the seeds are scattered to propagate once again. Read our description below... Genus: Araucaria Mirabilis. Origin: Cerro Cuadrado, Jaramillo forest, Santa Cruz, Patagonia, Argentina. Age: Mesozoic era, Jurassic approximately 205 - 135 million years. Fir cone measurements. Height: 9.3 cm Width: 6.7 cm Depth: 2.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,407 g Learn More
  107. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Tooth 98mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Tooth 98mm

    £992.00
    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Tooth 98mm in length, collected in the continental Red sands fossil formation, part of the continental intercalate, Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem. Approximately 25km from Erfoud. The fossil beds are situated in southeastern Morocco, an area of the North Western Sahara desert, this area is the northern Sahara of Africa. The Hamada, is a raised plateau and is a distinct topographical feature of this region lying across the borders of Morocco and Algeria. See the interesting morphological condition report below... Genus: Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus sp. Origin: Tegana formation, province 'De Ksar-es-Souk', Kem Kem deposits, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus tooth measurement. Diameter: 1.9 cm Length: 9.8 cm Overall weight: 0,021 g

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  108. Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Vertebrae 150mm

    Spinosaurus Aegyptiacus Dinosaur Vertebrae 150mm

    £992.00
    A Spinosaurid vertebra of this quality is a rare occurrence. Exceptionally well-preserved vertebrae from perhaps the most ferocious theropod dinosaur to have roamed the lagoons and waterways of what is now the northern Sahara desert of North Africa. One other dinosaur could dispute Spinosaurus for top predator at up to 59 feet in length and 21 tonnes, Carcharodontosaurus, up to 44 feet in length and 15 tonnes also ranged the Cretaceous of N.Africa. Spinosaurus being a semi-aquatic dinosaur, it is thought the two dinosaurs were not in conflict over territory or prey too often, Spinosaurus having mainly a marine diet of sharks and large fish. For more information on the Spinosaurus please continue... Genus: Spinosaurus aegyptiacus. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Spinosaurus aegyptiacus measurements. Length: 15 cm Width: 11.4 cm Depth: 9.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,828 g

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  109. Dinosaur Claw 42mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Claw 42mm

    £992.00
    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus juvenile claw unearthed in the Sahara western desert of Morocco. The toe claw, a very good example of a rare fossil juvenile dinosaur claw. The exceptional part of this claw is not only the rarity of finding but also the very good preservation of the C.saharicus killing claw. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Cenomanian, approximately 100 to 93 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. C.Saharicus tooth measurements. Length: 4.2 cm Width: 1.2 cm Height: 1.8 cm Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  110. New Walliserops Hammi Chatterton 61mm

    Walliserops Hammi Chatterton 61mm

    £1,097.00
    An order of Phacopida this Walliserops Hammi trilobite is a fine professionally cleaned and conserved arthropod fossil from the Devonian of Morocco. The natural fossil exoskeleton, the carapace, prepared in a professional Laboratory, revealing the wonderfully preserved remains of an exceptional and ancient arthropod. Seemingly prone in a defensive mode over the limestone matrix which once encased it, the limestone tomb was probably the result of a rapid smothering of silt from an underwater disturbance of some magnitude. Genus: Walliserops Hammi (described by Chatterton) Age: Palaeozoic era, Devonian 417 to 354 million years ago. Origin: Emsian, Timrhanrhart Formation, Foum Zguid, Morocco, North Africa. Walliserops Trifurcatus matrix measurements. Length: 8.5 cm Width: 7.3 cm Walliserops Trifurcatus measurements. Length actual prone: 6.1 cm Length directly: 5.5 cm Height: 2.2 cm Width: 3.0 cm Overall weight: 300 g Approximately Learn More
  111. Ammonite And Pyrite Fossil Wall Plate 544mm

    Holzmaden Pyrite Fossil Ammonoid Plate 544mm

    £1,172.00

    A substantially large sized Harpoceras pyritised ammonoid naturally encapsulated in Jurassic grey shale, which has helped conserve wonderfully the attributes of the ribbed shell. The large and prehistorically interesting Holzmaden plate exhibiting excellent preservation, the fossil having absorbed mineral inclusions of the bedding layers during the period of fossilisation which has taken over 150,000,000 years. Read more about the Nautiloid story below...

    Genus: Harpoceras falcifer Class: Cephalopoda, Order Ammonitida, Family Hildoceratidae
    Origin: Holzmaden region, Posidonia formation, Lagerstätten shales, South West Germany.
    Age: Palaeozoic era, Lower Jurassic period, Toarcian stage, approximately 180 million years.

    Holzmaden plate measurements.
    Height: 54.4 cm
    Width: 57.0 cm
    Depth: 2.5 cm

    Weight: TBC approximately 15 Kg

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  112. Dinosaur Dorsal Vertebra 178mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Dorsal Vertebra 178mm

    £1,192.00
    A dinosaur dorsal vertebra attributed to Carcharodontosaurs of large proportions. The fossil vertebra exhibiting signs of a well preserved fossil dinosauria element, from the spine of an apex carnivore of the Cenomanian stage, of the Cretaceous period approximately 100 to 94 million years ago. Read the full description below... Genus: Attrib; Carcharodontosaurus, C. saharicus, (Depéret & Savornin. 1925) Age: Mesozoic era, Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage 100 to 94 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Dorsal Vertebra measurements. Length: 17.8 cm Width: 11.2 cm Depth: 13.1 cm Approximate weight: 1,472 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  113. New Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Claw

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Claw 41mm

    £1,192.00
    Rare Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur claw from the late Cretaceous, originating from North Africa. Deltadromeus claws, fine to the point and much more elongated than the that of the Dromaeosaur raptors which were a quarter or so there size. The 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur, discovered from the region of the Tegana formation, the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries for this genus to date is extremely rare, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Mesial Curvature Length: 4.1 cm Direct Length: 3.6 cm Proximal width: 1.2 cm Depth: 0.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,001 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  114. New Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 125mm

    £1,192.00
    An excellent theropod dinosaur tooth from a large carnivore that terrorised the Cretaceous environment around 100,000,000 million years ago. Colloquially named the North African Tyrannosaur this dinosaur tooth from Morocco is from the bi-pedal predator Carcharodontosaurus saharicus discover this fossil now at The Fossil Store. Read our fuller report below. Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus tooth measurements. Length of curvature: 12.5 cm Length of directly crown tip to root: 11.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,054 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More
  115. New Akantharges Mbareki Trilobite 87mm

    Akantharges Mbareki Trilobite 87mm

    £1,192.00
    The Akantharges mbareki trilobite dates to the Palaeozoic era, the middle Devonian period, 395,000,000 million years ago. Originating from the fossil site, near Jorf, Tinejdad, Morocco, North Africa. An excellent Akantharges mbareki trilobite with extraordinarily large crab-like structured glabella spines outstretched away from the body which enabled the thoracic segments and spines to be cleaned of all the matrix (sedimentary limestone rock) and allow the carapace to be immensely visible. Genus: Akantharges mbareki. (Lichida, Family Lichidae). Age: Palaeozoic era, middle Devonian period, approximately 395 to 380 million years. Origin: Jorf, Tinejdad, Province of Er-rachidia, Morocco, North Africa. Akantharges mbareki measurement. Length: 3.5 cm Width: 3.0 cm Height: 1.9 cm Overall measurement on matrix. Height: 3.8 cm Width: 8.7 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Approximate weight: 0,123 g Learn More
  116. New Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Claw 32mm

    Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur Claw 32mm

    £1,192.00
    Rare Deltadromeus agilis dinosaur claw from the late Cretaceous, originating from North Africa. Deltadromeus claws, fine to the point and much more elongated than the that of the Dromaeosaur raptors which were a quarter or so there size. The 'delta-runner', was an enigmatic dinosaur, this specimen claw discovered from the region of the Tegana formation, the Kem Kem beds. The scarcity of discoveries and a complete skull make an authoritative identification difficult, for a single skeleton has yet to be discovered. Order: Saurischia Family: Neovenatoridae Genus Attributed: Deltadromeus Agilis (delta runner) Origin: Tegana formation of Kem Kem, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Middle Cretaceous period, Cenomanian stage, 100,000,000 to 93,000,000 years. Mesial Curvature Length: 3.3 cm Direct Length: 3.0 cm Proximal width: 1.2 cm Depth: 0.7 cm Approximate weight: 0,001 g Deltadromeus Agilis Dinosaur scale Learn More
  117. Dinosaur Vertebra on Bronze 260mm

    Dinosaur Vertebra on Bronze 260mm

    £1,202.00
    A large dinosaurian vertebra in bronze elevated mount. The vertebra discovered in the renowned Kem Kem Red beds, the site producing an amazing variety of dinosaur material. Read our description below... Genus: Dinosauria (Richard owen 1842). Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous period, Albian to lower Cenomanian stages 112 to 97 million years ago. Origin: Tegana formation, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara, Morocco, North Africa. Vertebrae measurements. Width: 17.5 cm Height: 14.0 cm Depth: 11.0 cm Overall measurements. Height: 26.0 cm Width: 17.5 cm Depth: 13.0 cm Approximate weight: 1,500 g Learn More
  118. Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair on Bronze 241mm

    Cleoniceras Ammonite Pair on Bronze 241mm

    £1,292.00
    Exceptional quality Cleoniceras ammonite cut into two parts on surmounted bronze base to a museum standard exhibit. Post conservation and preparation now revealing the wonders of mineralisation of the localised fossil quartz and Jaspers contained within the earth in Madagascar. Read the full description below... Genus: Cleoniceras ammonite, Hoplitidae. Age: Albian stage, 100 to 113 m.y.a. Period: Cretaceous period, 135 to 65 m.y.a. Origin: N.E. Madagascar. E.Africa, South Indian Ocean Overall measurements. Height: 24.1 cm Width: 18.3 cm Depth: 6.5 cm Approximate total weight: 2,040 Kg Learn More
  119. Crinoid Scyphocrinites Elegans 405mm

    Scyphocrinites Elegans Crinoidea Fossil Lily 405mm

    £1,292.00
    An excellent fossil specimen plate well defined and articulated. The feathery arms and pinnules distinct. Careful conservation bringing the brachial plates into 3D, each brachial plate exhibiting good distinct detail allowing the attributes of the crinoid to be studied. Read our description below and to read more about the Crinoidea group, anatomy, lifestyle, where they are found and how we excavate them follow this link to discover another world. Discover more about the Crinoidea family Genus: Scyphocrinites Elegans Crinoidea. Origin: Djebel Issoumour, Alnif, Morocco, North Africa. Age: Paleozoic era, early Devonian, approximately 420 to 380 million years. Crinoidea on Bronze measurements. Height: 40.5 cm Width: 35.5 cm Depth 9.0 cm Crinoidea Bronze Mount weight: 8.000 gr Crinoidea plate measurements. Height: 35.5 cm Width: 30.5 cm Depth 4.5 cm Crinoidea plate weight: 2.105 gr Learn More
  120. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 82mm

    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Tooth 82mm

    £1,362.00
    Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Tooth 82mm of killing length of an amazingly solid fossilised theropod carnivore, dinosaur tooth. Read our fuller report below... Genus: Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur. Age: Mesozoic era, Cretaceous, Aptian/Albian, Cenomanian, approximately 110 to 90 million years. Origin: Tegana formation, province de Kasr-es-Souk, Kem Kem, Northern Sahara desert, Morocco, North Africa. Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus measurements. Length: 8.2 cm Approximate weight: 0,056 g Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Information > Wikipedia Information > Carcharodontosaurus Saharicus Dinosaur Scale Learn More