of Waurika, Oklahoma
|Amphibians & Reptiles
|Eryops jaw with tooth and associated remains - £50/$80
A very rare piece of Eryops lower jaw with a large tooth still in place. The tooth tip is
damaged but this could easily be restored. The bone detail is excellent and this is a
piece of the jaw near the symphasis. There is an empty tooth socket where an even
larger tooth used to be. Comes with some broken teeth and skull plates that were found
in association with it and are probably from the same animal. A rare piece.
|Eryops Teeth - £10/$15
Good quality teeth with nice
enamel and worn (not broken) tips.
Typically 1/2 inch
|Eryops megacephalus claw - £75/$125
23mm - 7/8 inch excellent, complete claw.
This is a nice, big and rare claw. Another
|Eryops Teeth - £25/$45
Excellent quality teeth with nice
enamel and tips. Wonderful
specimens. ~1/2 inch and longer
|Diadectes sp. #1
18mm - 5/8 inch
|Diadectes sp. #2 £50/$80
Very good incisor
13mm - 1/2 inch
|Diadectes sp. #3 £20/$35
Two worn teeth
~10 mm - 3/8 inch
|Eryops toe bones - £5/$8 each
~10 mm (3/8 inch) toe bones.
|Trimerorhachis Claw - £25/$35
10 to 15mm excellent claws with
|Trimerorhachis scapula - £35/$55
60mm - 2 inches and still housed in
a nice matrix block.
|Trimerorhachis insignis - SKIN #1 £65/$100
A very rare ~60mm - 2 inch long section of scaly skin from
Trimerorachis. Nice details and very rare
|Trimerorhachis toe bone - £3/$5
~7 to 10mm toe bones showing
excellent bone preservation
|Archeria heteroclitus ~10mm/0.5 inch vertebrae
|Archeria heteroclitus ~20mm/0.75 inch vertebrae
|Diplocaulus claw - £40/$65
This specimen is a rare claw from the famous
boomerang headed amphibian Diplocaulis. The claw is
complete and is housed in a one inch gem jar. The
specimen measures ~10 mm long and has a good tip.
This is a distinct claw with a narrow, tapering form. One
of the rarer parts of the Waruika fauna.
|Diplocaulus toe - £15/$25
This is the first toe bone that we
have had from Diplocaulis. They
are notably more elongate than
the other amphibian toes from
Waurika. Specimen measures
~10 mm long.
3 shark fin spines
Largest ~12 mm - 1/2 inch
Complete shark tooth
~15 mm - 5/8 inch
Repaired fish spine.
~55 mm - 2 inches
|Eryops megacephalus Lower Jaw with teeth - £600/$1000
This is one of the best specimens we have ever had from Waurika, and it is also one of the rarest. It is a frontal
section of the lower jaw from the giant amphibian Eryops megacephalus. There are 5 teeth preserved in the jaw
and the section represents the symphysis and the first one quarter of the jaw. The bone preservation is as good
as it gets and the teeth are complete. This is a stunning display piece. Any Permian jaw section with teeth is a
rarity, and this is a beauty.
|Diplocaulus vertebra - £15/$20
Diplocaulus had distinct vertebrae that although
uncommon at Waurika are occasionally nicely
preserved. These specimens all show the odd
imperfection but are good representatives of the
types. Measuring ~ 12 mm / 0.5 inches long.
|Diplocaulus jaw with 5 teeth - SOLD!
This is another rare specimen. It is part of the upper jaw of Diplocaulus. Not only is the distinct pitting of the skull
preserved on the upper surface but there are five complete teeth. A very nice specimen and only the second jaw
section we have had. Measures ~12 mm / 0.5 inches long.
|Diplocaulus tibia - £50/$80
This is another rare specimen that arrived too late for illustration in our book. It is the only one
like it we have ever had. The limb bone is complete and measures ~45 mm / 1.75 inches long.
|Diplocaulus skull plate - £5/$8
Diplocaulus had distinct pitting on the skull is
preserved in these specimens. Nice details
with a typical specimen measuring ~ 15 to 20
mm / 0.5 to 0.75 inches long.
|Trimerorhachis intercentra - £6/$10
A very good quality complete intercentrum from
Trimerorhachis, the most common Lower Permian
amphibian. (Please specify type 1 or type 2)
|Type 1 - Waurika
|Type 2 - Frederick