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Dinosaur Skull Edmontosaurus annectens

Cretaceous, Maastrichtian stage Hell Creek Formation, Wibaux Co, Montana The Edmontosaurus was one of the 'duck-billed' hadrosauridae that flourished just prior to the final extinction of the dinosaurs 65 million years ago. They ranged widely across North America, but the distribution of their fossils suggests that they preferred a coastal plain habitat. The Hadrosaurs were distinguished by their elongated, spoon-like snout; although the skull of the Edmontosaurus was not as flattened towards the front as some others, the duck-like beak shape remains distinctive in this 70-80% complete specimen. The species' numerous teeth constantly renewed themselves, growing in a column arrangement, but only occurred in the maxillae (upper cheeks) and dentaries (main lower jaw). Three of the four dentaries here are completely original; the fourth has been restored. The Hell Creek formation is … Read entire article »

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RESTAURATION DETAILS - 100% Natural, Suffered no restoration.   The Koneprusia sp. looks like it was a living thorn bush. Its pleural spines even had spines on spines. This specie must have been a site to behold slowly inching its way across the ancient seas. It is from the Lichida order, family Odontopleuridae. This specimen is a great addition for your top class collection!   The specie is a very rare one and this specimen is first class prepared with the most advanced laboratory techniques (release from matrix and following dust spreader).   This specimen shows a magnific display and is all natural. This is really an impressionantly perfect Koneprusia, a great add for a top collector. It's marvelous colour and display makes of this specimen a very attractive one. … Read entire article »

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Protecticus ambulans. That is 1 3/8 inches Long And 1 1/16 Wide, Very Very Detailed, No repairs. Francis creek shale above the colchester No.2 coal within the carbondale formation the age is middle Pennsylvanian period 280 million years old … Read entire article »

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YOU ARE BUYING: Value $10,000. + This item is on SALE for 1/4 its Value. Price reduced for this item for a quick sale, Seller is not doing this item justice sell it so far below its true value. MUSEUM QUALITY Rare 14" X 12'' Orthoceras & Ammonite  Fossil. It varies in thickness from 1/2 to almost 3 inches. You have 2 compleat fossils in this one piece that has been finished to show off its natural beauty. The back of this fossil is just as important because you can then appreciate how it was hiden inside the stone.This piece would be a wonderful addition to any Museum collection of natural Fossils, Business Office or Private Collection. Will provide certification to authenticate item from GIA or other Lab if needed. I do not sell anything that is … Read entire article »

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Excellent fossil plate, showing the rare fossil dragonfly Araripegomphus andreneli from the famous Brasilian Santana formation (Early Cretaceous). The age is about 125 million years. The plate has a size of 16 x 14 cm and was found in Nova Olinda (Araripe Basin, Region of Santana, Brasilia). The conservation status of this fossil is one of the best you have ever seen, the gorgeous wing veining is preserved in great detail. Museum piece! I bought this fossil from a well known and reliable German trader. You'll get a certificate of authenticity. Free shipping in Germany, Europe & USA! … Read entire article »

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From seller: "Up for your consideration is a completely PYRITIZED AMMONITE the likes of which I have never seen offored on ebay or any fossil website...I believe it is of russian origin but unfortunately provenance data was not included with the specimen...I believe it's an unusual specimen of Quenstedticeras (Jurassic Age, Volga River region of Russia) or a closely-related specie (I added a pic of a split and polished Quenst, taken against a red background, for reference only...this specimen is NOT included in this listing)...the specimen offered here is 2.5 inches wide at its widest dimension...the specimen is completely pyrite-replaced...presumably all calcite or other mineral crystalline structures eroded away to leave a fantastic pyrite skeleton...fenestrated ("like a seive")...the detail of the remaining pyrite structure is simply superb...simply stunning! Pics don't do … Read entire article »

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Oreodont Skull

Oreodont merycoidodontidea skull and associated bones in matrix from the Badlands of Nebraska, from the Oligocene, over 35 million years ago. Beautiful two-tone specimen, chocolate in color with awesome teeth, professionally restored and includes the display stand shown in the one picture. Personally collected by seller on private land. Weight 21 lbs 3 oz. Ruler in pictures is 12 inches or 30 mm long.   … Read entire article »

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ICHTHYOSAUR FOSSIL SPECIMEN

Origin: Guizhou Province,China Fossil Dating: 220 million years ago(Triassic Age) Ichthyosaur:50CM (19.69") in length Genuine & Authentic! True valuable Ichthyosaurus Fossil Specimen!   Here is a special valuable animal Fossil-Ichthyosaurus Fossil.It was said this species Ichthyosaur is the earliest Animal on the earth than other Dinosaur fossils,it was in the same age with Guizhou Marine animal- Crinoid in the sea,which was regarded as the excellent ancestor on the earth.These species were originated from Guizhou Province,where there are many huge mountains,it was said that hundreds of Million years ago here was the Sea,a lot of kinds of animals lived,including rare marine animal species,for example:Ichthyosaur fossils,Keichousaurus fossil,pretty Crinoid and so on, hundreds million years later,it kept the fossil evidence of the past living animals.Well,here this Authentic Ichthyosaur fossil bring much memory in our mind. This nice Ichthyosaur kept periosteum … Read entire article »

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5 Dytiscidae larvaes & Diplura in baltic amber

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