Rhabdodon (meaning "fluted tooth") is a genus of dinosaur that lived in Europe approximately 70 million years ago in the Late Cretaceous. Current evidence indicates it is an iguanodont similar to Tenontosaurus. Rhabdodon priscus is the type species; another species, described in 1991, is R. septimanicus (Buffetaut and Le Loeuff), but these may be the same animal. Rhabdodon lived in Spain, France, and on Haţeg Island in Romania.
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Name: Rhabdodon priscus
Geologic Age: Upper Cretaceous
Comments: This is RARE OFFERING!! This specimen is a clutch of 4 eggs from an Iguanodontid dinosaur Rhabdodonus coming from France. Each egg has excellent original shell coverage with a few pieces glued back on that came of during preparation. The color is a nice gray.. very pretty and very solid eggs.. The eggs were prepped out of the original matrix and has been reset into a lighter faux matrix.. the nest is surrounded by a plaster "jacket". Like all eggs from France, the shell on these eggs is fractured due to tectonic pressures over millions of years.. This nest has fantastic eye appeal!!! Overall the nest measures approx. 15" wide x 30" long. Not only would this specimen fit into the finest egg collection, but would make a fantastic decorator piece for that special place in your home or office! Lots of WOW Factor!!
Rhabdodon Egg 1 Price $12,500.00