Crocodile Teeth

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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.  The tip is a bit split on this one...

Crocodile Tooth 11  $10.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 12  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 13  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 14  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 15  $15.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 16  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 17  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 18  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 19  $15.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 1/8" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 20  $18.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 3/4" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 21  $25.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 3/4" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 22  $25.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 3/4" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 23  $25.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 3/4" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 24  $20.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Nice tooth that comes in the  1 3/4" gem jar as shown.

Crocodile Tooth 25  $25.00


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Name: Sarchosuchus(?)
Geologic Age: Late Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Baharija Formation
Location:
S. of Taouz, Kem-Kem Basin, Morocco North Africa

Description: 
Nice
, tooth that is still in the matrix.  It comes in the 3" x 4" Riker Mount as shown.  This would have been one of the smaller teeth from the middle of the jaw...

Crocodile Tooth 1  $85.00


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Hell Creek Formation
Location:
Carter County, Montana
Description: 
Nice big ROOTED tooth

Crocodile Tooth 13  $45.00


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Name: Goniopholis
Geologic Age:
Eocene
Stratigraphic detail:
San Jose Formation
Location:
Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Description:  Goniopholis is an extinct genus of crocodyliform that lived in North America, Europe and Asia during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous. Being semi-aquatic it is very similar to modern crocodiles. It ranged from 2-4 metres in length, and would have had a very similar lifestyle to the American alligator or Nile crocodile. Goniopholis was closely related to the ancestor of extant crocodilians.  This group of teeth are from all positions of the mouth..

Goniopholis Tooth 1  $1.00 each (Many Available)


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Name: Goniopholis
Geologic Age:
Eocene
Stratigraphic detail:
San Jose Formation
Location:
Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Description:  Goniopholis is an extinct genus of crocodyliform that lived in North America, Europe and Asia during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous. Being semi-aquatic it is very similar to modern crocodiles. It ranged from 2-4 metres in length, and would have had a very similar lifestyle to the American alligator or Nile crocodile. Goniopholis was closely related to the ancestor of extant crocodilians.  This group of teeth are from all positions of the mouth..

Goniopholis Tooth 2  $5.00 each (Many Available)


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Name: Goniopholis
Geologic Age:
Eocene
Stratigraphic detail:
San Jose Formation
Location:
Rio Arriba County, New Mexico

Description:  Goniopholis is an extinct genus of crocodyliform that lived in North America, Europe and Asia during the Late Jurassic and Early Cretaceous. Being semi-aquatic it is very similar to modern crocodiles. It ranged from 2-4 metres in length, and would have had a very similar lifestyle to the American alligator or Nile crocodile. Goniopholis was closely related to the ancestor of extant crocodilians.  This group of teeth are from all positions of the mouth..

Goniopholis Tooth 3  $15.00 each (3 Available)


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Name: Crocodile
Geologic Age:
Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Hell Creek Formation
Location:
Carter County, Montana

Description:  This is a huge group of more than 1000 crocodilian teeth from the Hell Creek! This large group represents all the croc teeth that the collector  collected in the field by carefully processing fossiliferous matrix, over a number of years. They are from Leidyosuchus sternbergi & Brachychampsa montanae, an alligatoroid. The teeth are in great condition overall, with most being complete, or nearly so.  They are all very well preserved & they are all completely natural as found. The largest teeth measure approx. 3/4" in length, & they go down in size to great microteeth!  They were found in upper Cretaceous age deposits, Hell Creek Formation, in Carter County, Montana near Belle Creek.

Crocodile Tooth 1  $1.00 each (1200 Available)


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Name: Crocodile sp.
Geologic Age:
Middle Cretaceous
Stratigraphic detail:
Tegana Formation
Location:
Kem-Kem, Morocco North Africa
Description: 
Gorgeous ROOTED Crocodile tooth with excellent enamel surfaces and intact tip.  There are several species of Crocodiles found in the Cretaceous Deposits in Morocco.. the most famous being the Sarchosuchus found by Paul Sereno.  These teeth are probably NOT from that species, but from a lesser know group of Crocodiles.  These teeth are interesting, in that they have a distinct curve to both tooth and root.  Very nice!  (Any information on these teeth would be greatly appreciated)

Crocodile Tooth 5  $75.00