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New Specimens - page 2
Richards Spur VI
Mycterosaurus sp.
The following femora are repaired and restored limb bones from this early Pelycosaur. Both ends
of the limb bone are very well preserved and it is only part of the shaft that has been repaired
and restored - the area in question is clear to see in each specimen. Most types of pelycosaur
material is rare at the Dolese Brothers Quarry near Richards Spur, but limb bones are almost
never encountered. The restoration has not been painted or coloured in anyway so that the
extent is clearly visible. The epoxy used can be easily painted to hide the restoration. Each
specimen measures approximately 2 inches long.
Mycterosaurus femur #1
£25/$40
Measures 54mm
Mycterosaurus femur #3
£25/$40
Measures 60mm
Mycterosaurus femur #2
£25/$40
Measures 50mm
Mycterosaurus femur #4
£25/$40
Measures 55mm
Mycterosaurus femur #5
£25/$40
Measures 55mm
Mycterosaurus femur #6
£25/$40
Measures 55mm
Mycterosaurus femur #9
£25/$40
Measures 47mm
Mycterosaurus femur #8
£25/$40
Measures 52mm
Mycterosaurus femur #7
£25/$40
Measures 47mm
Mycterosaurus femur #10
£25/$40
Measures 47mm
Mycterosaurus femur #12
£25/$40
Measures 54mm
Mycterosaurus femur #11
£25/$40
Measures 52mm
Mycterosaurus caudal vertebrae
£35/$50 per collection
This is a nice association of four
anterior caudal vertebrae. Housed
in a 60mm/2 inch glass fronted
display case.
Micro Mycterosaurus tooth £12/$20 each
Typical specimens measure ~2 mm
Mycterosaurus thoracic vertebrae
Grade A - £20/$35
Shown in a 28mm/1 inch gem jar
Mycterosaurus thoracic vertebrae
Grade B £12/$20
Shown in a 28mm/1 inch gem jar
Mycterosaurus foot #1 - SOLD!
A super composite foot from this basal pelycosaur. All the toe bones, claws and
ankle bones are genuine fossils, and all were collected from the same fissure.
Comes housed in a 4.5 x 5.5 inch Riker mount as shown. This is a large foot.