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Bull Canyon Formation - Dockum Group
Buetteneria/Koskinonodon teeth - £8/$12 each
Buetternia was renamed Koskinonodon a few years ago but there are
two distinct types of teeth that have been assigned to this species. A
small deeply grooved form and these large, more shallow grooved type.
Almost undoubtedly they are from the same animal but we have kept the
two tooth types separate. The smaller type can be found on
Triassic
Vertebrates of New Mexico page. These larger, robust teeth measure
~15mm - 1/2 inch long and are very good quality teeth from a large
amphibian.
Metoposaurus sp. tooth - £8/$12 each
Very good quality complete teeth from this large amphibian. Each tooth measures ~10 to 15 mm (1/2 inch long) and
has good enamel and an undamaged tip. Like Koskinonodon, this is one of the last of the large amphibians that had
held over from the Permian.
Postosuchus sp. teeth - £25/$40 pair
A nice pair of teeth from this very large predator. Each purchase is for an anterior and a
lateral tooth, the latter showing nice serrations. The teeth have a few imperfections but
are still good quality from an uncommon animal. The enamel on the teeth is sound,
although the anterior teeth are often incomplete, being the lower half or two thirds of the
tooth (as shown on the bottom row left). The lateral teeth are all complete and are
similar to those of the phytosaurs.
Eudiomorphodon sp. #1
pterosaur tooth - £50/$75
~2 mm long. Very good
quality. This form of tooth
could equally be a cynodont
(see next listing for
comparison)
Revueltosaurus #1
Pseudosuchian tooth
~1/8 inch/ 4 mm
Very good quality with
strong serrations
£30/$50, rare.
Ceratosaur Teeth
Ceratosaur teeth - £15/$25 each
Very good quality, complete theropod dinosaur teeth with
good serrations. These blade teeth are not common in the Bull
Canyon and could be teeth from a Ceratosaurid dinosaur. Very
nice, classic predator teeth measuring ~3mm long.
Pseudopalatus Phytosaur Teeth
Triassic Vertebrates of
New Mexico II
Pseudopalatus sp.
medium teeth - £20/$35
Very good quality teeth showing nice
enamel and serrations. These
spatulate teeth are from the rear of
the jaw. ~ 3/8 inch/10 mm long and
larger.
Pseudopalatus sp. large teeth - £35/$50 each
Very good quality teeth showing nice enamel and serrations. ~3/4 of an inch to one inch long (~20 mm).
Buetteneria - Koskinonodon
Metoposaurus
Undescribed Archosaur
Archosaur tooth - £8/$12 each
Very good quality complete teeth from an undescribed
archosaur. For a long time teeth like these were given the
name
Revueltosaurus, but that diagnosis has since been
changed. At present the creature they belong to is unknown
as no associated remains have been found. However, they
are nice distinct teeth and different to the Pseudosuchian
teeth we have listed. Each tooth measures ~5mm long with
good enamel and serrations.
Staurikosaurus pricei
Staurikosaurus Dinosaur good tooth - £20/$35 each
Good quality teeth measuring ~10mm - 3/8 inch long. Nice enamel and
serrations from this the other definite dinosaur from the Bull Canyon
Formation. Rare teeth.
Revueltosaurus callenderi
Revueltosaurus #2
Pseudosuchian tooth measuring
~1/4 inch/ 6 mm
Good quality with nice enamel
£25/$40, rare.
Miscellaneous
Aetosaur teeth - £10/$15 each
Good quality, complete, rare teeth from an Aetosaur. The teeth are
simple cone shaped affairs with no serrations or strong carinae. Some
wear to the tips from use in life, but otherwise these are nice teeth
from a rare Triassic tetrapod. Specimens measure ~10 to 15mm - 1/2
inch long.
Eudiomorphodon (Pterosaur)
Eudiomorphodon sp. #2
pterosaur tooth - £75/$125
~2 mm long. Excellent tooth in
bone. We are more confident
this is a true Pterosaur tooth
because of the denticles on
the carinae
Crosbyosaurus lateral tooth - £30/$50
Excellent quality, complete, rare tooth showing the distinct denticles or serrations on
the carinae. Only a small tooth at ~2 mm but none the less a rare example. Superb
and quite an exotic species.
Chinle Formation of Arizona
Eudiomorphodon posterior tooth - £75/$125
Excellent quality, complete, rare tooth showing a
distinct arrangement of denticles or serrations on
the carinae. Only a small tooth at ~1mm but
none the less a rare example. This looks very
similar to the posterior teeth of
Austridactylus,
making this a very rare posterior tooth of the
New Mexico
Eudiomorphodon.
Crosbyosaurus premax tooth - £30/$50
Excellent quality, complete, rare tooth showing the distinct denticles or serrations on
the carinae. Only a small tooth at ~2 to 3 mm but none the less a rare example.
Superb and quite an exotic species. Chinle Formation of Arizona
Tecovarosaurus lateral tooth - £30/$50
Excellent quality, complete, rare tooth showing the distinct denticles or serrations on
the carinae. Only a small tooth at ~2 mm but none the less a rare example. Superb
and quite an exotic species. Chinle Formation of Arizona
Fabrosaurus
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£15/$25
Measures 3 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£5/$8
Measures 3 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£25/$40
Measures 3 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£20/$35
Measures 3 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£5/$8
Measures 3 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£10/$16
Measures 2 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£10/$16
Measures 2 mm
Fabrosaurus Tooth #1
£10/$16
Measures 3 mm
Koskinonodon
KoskinonodonTooth #1
£8/$12
Measures 5 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #4
£6/$10
Measures 5 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #3
£3/$5
Measures 4 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #2
£8/$12
Measures 6 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #5
£6/$10
Measures 6 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #8
£3/$5
Measures 5 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #7
£6/$10
Measures 6 mm
KoskinonodonTooth #6
£6/$10
Measures 5 mm
Pseudosuchian
The following teeth are all from an undescribed Pseudosuchian - a crocodile-like carnivore that seems to have
been common in the Late Triassic
Pseudosuchian Teeth - £6/$10 each
In the past these teeth have been assigned to Revueltosaurus and also Ornithisician
dinosaurs. At present there is little consensus and the matter will not be resolved
until the teeth are found in a jaw with some diagnostic skull elements. For the time
being we are listing these as Pseudosuchians (the same as
Revueltosaurus) but
they could be one of the earliest dinosaurs. Very nice teeth measuring 3 to 5 mm
long with nice tips and crisp serrations.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #1 - £15/$25 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #2 - £12/$20 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #3 - £20/$35 each
Measures 4 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #4 - £20/$35 each
Measures 5 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #9 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #10 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #11 - £10/$15 each
Measures 4 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #12 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #5 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #6 - £10/$15 each
Measures 4 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #7 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #8 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #13 - £10/$15 each
Measures 3 mm long.
Pseudosuchian Rooted
Tooth #14 - £10/$15 each
Measures 2 mm long.