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Click to enlarge   Name Palaeoxyris sp. (Shark egg case)
  ref SHARK335
  Preserved on one half of a ironstone nodule is this very well preserved Shark Egg Case. Preserved also are some metallic crystals (undetermined), this only adds extra interest to this rare specimen. One for the collector.
  Age Carboniferous, Westphalian
  Size Size of nodule 65mm x 45mm
  location Derby, Derbyshire, UK
 
  price £ 39.95
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Steneosaurus Gracilirostris (Skull)
  ref VERT733
  Fossils Direct strive to bring the best available fossils from the UK to all our customers throughout the world. This is a fine partial skull of a small marine crocodile that lived in the seas around Whitby during the Jurassic period. The skull exhibits teeth, nostrils and partial eye sockets. The detail throughout the specimen is excellent and this would make a fine acquisition for the finest of collections.
  Age Jurassic, Upper Lias
  Size Length of Skull 140mm
  location Whitby, N Yorkshire, UK
 
  price £ 675.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Calymene blumenbachi (Dudley Bug)
  ref TRIL324
  Dudley bugs are probably the most sought after trilobites in the world. Trilobites of this quality are seldom seen for open sale and this is a particularly good, matrix free outstretched example. This is a must for any collector as this is an all time fossil classic. From an old Germany collection.
  Age Silurian, Homerian, Wenlock Series
  Size Length of trilobite 39mm
  location Wrens Nest, Dudley, W. Midlands, UK
 
  price £ 325.00
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Liopleurodon cf ferox(V. Large tooth)
  ref VERT732
  This is a tip of an extremely large Liopleurodon tooth. This animal was probably the largest Carnivore ever to roam the Jurassic seas and have the largest teeth of any animal. These were the top predator of the seas. This specimen is matrix free and has natural wear and is triangular in cross section which distinguishes this from the Oxfordian Pliosaurs. The specimen is from an old collection and are highly sought after by teeth collectors throughout the world.
  Age Jurassic, Kimmeridgian
  Size Length of tooth 70mm
  location Weymouth, Dorset, UK
 
  price £ 195.00
   
 
 
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