Cacops Temnospondyl amphibian tooth - £6/$10
A single tooth from this rare species of amphibian. Typical specimens measure ~3 to 5
mm long and are beautifully preserved. Each tooth shows the distinct grooving and is
strongly recurved with two carinae. Large amphibian teeth are uncommon at Richard's
Spur, with most amphibian fossils belonging to the tiny
Cardiocephlaus and Doleserpeton.
Euryodus primus single tooth - £4/$6
A single tooth from this uncommon species. Typical specimens measure ~2 to 3 mm long
and are beautifully preserved. These are short, fat cone shaped teeth with some
similarities to
Cardiocephalus. Euryodus, however, was a much larger animal with a
strongly differentiated dentition. In the front of the jaw were large, spatulate shaped teeth
and in the rear these large cone shaped teeth.
Undetermined Diadectid?
Diadectid? foot - £250/$400
An excellent quality, complete, composite foot of an undescribed
Diadectid?. This specimen comes from the white
Captorhinus
magnus
zone. This specimen is housed in a two inch wide gem jar
(left) with the specimen measuring pretty much a full 2 inches wide
and 2 inches long. All the bones are genuine and complete
including the distinct unguals, which retain a lot of detail. Rare and
from one of the smallest members of the Diadectidae.
Diadectid teeth (no root) - £20/$35 each
These excellent quality teeth are rare at Richard's Spur and it is
the first time we have seen specimens like this. The teeth
belong to an unnamed Diadectid. At the present time we have
both the incisor (right) and premolar type (middle) teeth of this
unusual animal. Specimens measure on average ~ 4 to 5 mm
and are housed in a 1 inch gem jar (as shown left). Compare
these to some of the Diadectid teeth on the Waurika page.
You can order any of the fossils listed below by clicking here
Lower Permian, Oklahoma
Richards Spur III
Dissorophus sp.
Dissorophus armor plate - £20/$35

This rare complete armor plate from the back of this
animal. These plates ran down the spine of the animal
protecting it from predators. These are rarely
recovered at Richard's Spur. The image on the left
shows he specimen in a one inch gem jar.
Cacops sp.
Cacops femur #3 - £75/$125
The Richard's Spur fauna is famous for all the small fossils that can be found but anything of any size is rarely
encountered. This excellent quality femur has been repaired mid shaft but is otherwise wonderful. Excellent bone
preservation and a highly recommended piece of amphibian appendicular skeleton. Measures ~ 55 mm long.
Diadectid rooted tooth
#2 - £30/$45
A very good quality rooted
tooth of this rare and at present
undescribed Diadectid. Nice
grooving to the root.
Diadectid rooted tooth
#3 - £40/$65
A very good quality rooted
tooth of this rare and at present
undescribed Diadectid. Nice
grooving to the root.
Diadectid rooted tooth
#4 - SOLD!
A very good quality rooted
tooth of this rare and at present
undescribed Diadectid. Nice
grooving to the root.
Diadectid rooted tooth
#5 - £30/$45
A very good quality rooted
tooth of this rare and at present
undescribed Diadectid. Nice
grooving to the root.
Cacops tooth #1
SOLD!
A very good quality larger
tooth from this rare
amphibian. The specimen
measures ~11mm.
Cacops tooth #4
£15/$25
A very good quality larger
tooth from this rare
amphibian. The specimen
measures ~8mm.
Cacops tooth #3
£15/$25
A very good quality larger
tooth from this rare
amphibian. The specimen
measures ~10mm.
Cacops tooth #2
£15/$25
A very good quality larger
tooth from this rare
amphibian. The specimen
measures ~12mm.
Euryodus primus
Euryodus primus pair of teeth - £6/$10
Two nice teeth from this uncommon species. Typical specimens measure ~2 to 3 mm long
and are beautifully preserved. These are short, fat cone shaped teeth with some
similarities to
Cardiocephalus. Euryodus, however, was a much larger animal with a
strongly differentiated dentition. In the front of the jaw were large, spatulate shaped teeth
and in the rear these large cone shaped teeth.
Cacops femur #1 - £50/$80
This excellent quality femur has been repaired mid shaft but
is otherwise wonderful. Excellent bone preservation and a
rare piece of amphibian appendicular skeleton. Any fossils
belonging to
Cacops are uncommon with the genus being
known from only one other locality. Measures ~40 mm long.
Cacops femur #2 - £50/$80
This excellent quality femur has been repaired mid shaft but
is otherwise wonderful. Excellent bone preservation and a
rare piece of amphibian appendicular skeleton. Any fossils
belonging to
Cacops are uncommon with the genus being
known from only one other locality. Measures ~35 mm long.
Cacops ilium - SOLD
An excellent quality ilium
measuring ~35 mm long. Rare!
Cacops radius - £50/$80
A very good quality radius measuring
~35 mm long. Rare!
Cacops ulna - £50/$80
An excellent quality ulna
measuring ~30 mm long. Rare!
Cacops tibia - £75/$125
An excellent quality tibia measuring
~20 mm long. Rare!
Cacops jaw - £10/$15 each
A nice piece of jaw measuring ~12mm long. Rare!
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vertebrate fauna of Richards Spur