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Mawsonia libyca Coelocanth Skull Bone Cretaceous

Mawsonia libyca. This RARE large Coelocanth skull bone fragment is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration. This genus is the largest of all Coelocanths that ever lived and grew to 4m in length. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. FAF 797

Mawsonia libyca Coelocanth Skull Bone Cretaceous

Mawsonia libyca. This RARE large Coelocanth skull bone fragment is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration. This genus is the largest of all Coelocanths that ever lived and grew to 4m in length. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £22. Quote Ref No. FAF 798

Palaeontopteris greenwoodi Dental Plate Cretaceous

Palaeontopterus greenwoodi. This RARE bony tongued fish dental plate is from an extinct osteoglossomorph notopterid fish and is of typical size for an adult. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of Kem Kem, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Priced at £16. SOLD. Quote Ref No. FAF 787

Stephanodus libycus Fish Tooth Cretaceous

Stephanodus libycus. This is an extremely RARE fossil. It is an oral tooth as opposed to the more common throat teeth from an extinct ray fin fish. There is little known about it from the Morrocan Cretaceous. It has wonderful detail and superb coloured shiney enamel crown. A fine robust specimen for study. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous age circa 65 million years old and comes from the Phosphate Deposits of the Oulad Bou Ali, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £59. SOLD. Quote Ref No. FAF 783

Neoceratodus africanus Lungfish Dental Plate Cretaceous

Neoceratodus africanus. This lungfish dental plate is absolutely huge and of good quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £26. SOLD. Quote Ref No. FAF 782

Phyllodus toliapicus Tooth Plate Eocene

Phyllodus toliapicus. A beautiful GEM Grade fish pharyngeal tooth plate showing very fine detail of the teeth. A fine specimen for study. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Ypresian, Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from the Phosphate Deposits of the Ouled Abdoun, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attrative display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. FAF 774

Mawsonia libyca Coelocanth Fin/Limb Bone Cretaceous

Mawsonia libyca. This RARE Coelocanth fin/limb bone is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration. This genus is the largest of all Coelocanths that ever lived and grew to 4m in length. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £11. Quote Ref No. FAF 740

Mawsonia libyca Coelocanth Fin/Limb Bone Cretaceous

Mawsonia libyca. This RARE Coelocanth fin/limb bone is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration despite repair as seen. This genus is the largest of all Coelocanths that ever lived and grew to 4m in length. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. FAF 741

Palaeontopterus greenwoodi Dental Plate Cretaceous

Palaeontopterus greenwoodi. This RARE bony tongued fish dental plate is from an extinct osteoglossomorph notopterid fish and is of typical size for an adult. It has been repaired and is still coated in residual matrix, being 55mm or 2 1/4 inches across as seen. It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of Kem Kem, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. FAF 754

Sratodus apicalis Jaw Fragment Cretaceous

Stratodus apicalis.? This is an extremely RARE fossil. My research lends me to think it is part of the mandibular (lower jaw) of a juvenile eel-like fish. There is little known about it from the Morrocan Cretaceous but these types turn up on the other side of the Atlantic in the Chalk of Kansas, USA. It has wonderful detail. A fine robust specimen for study. It measures 40mm in length. It is Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous age circa 65 million years old and comes from the Phosphate Deposits of the Benguerir, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. FAF 709

Phyllodus toliapicus Tooth Plate Eocene

Phyllodus toliapicus. A beautiful fish pharyngeal tooth plate showing very fine detail of the teeth. A fine specimen for study. It measures 20mm in length. It is Ypresian, Eocene age circa 50 million years old and comes from the Phosphate Deposits of the Ouled Abdoun, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attrative display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. FAF 710

Pycnodus pellei Palate cretaceous

Pycnodus pellei. An absolutely gorgeous rare pycnodont fish tooth set and of nice size. It is well positioned on original matrix. The set of 13 teeth measures 25 x 17mm across on matrix that is 100 x 100 x 30mm. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Phosphates, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 70 million years old. This fish was swimming the seas at the same time that T-Rex was master of the land. An excellent display piece. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. FAF 702

Stratodus apicalis Spine Cretaceous

Stratodus apicalis.? This spine is an extremely RARE fossil. There is little known about it from the Morrocan Cretaceous but these types turn up on the other side of the Atlantic in the Chalk of Kansas, USA. It has wonderful detail. A fine robust specimen for study. It measures 92mm in length. It is Maastrichtian, Upper Cretaceous age circa 65 million years old and comes from the Phosphate Deposits of the Benguerir, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. FAF 704

Ceratodus latissimus lungfish Dental Plate Cretaceous Africa

Ceratodus latissimus. This is a gorgeous dental plate from a lung fish. It is the rarest of 2 types found at this location and is a species well documented for the late Triassic in the UK ! It is quite lovely and of good quality. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £18. Quote Ref No. FAF 683

Neoceratodus africanus Lungfish Dental Plate Cretaceous

Neoceratodus africanus. This lungfish dental plate is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. FAF 684

Neoceratodus africanus Lungfish Cretaceous

Neoceratodus africanus. This dental plate is from a lung fish. It is quite lovely and of high quality. It has great detail and fantastic colouration on the enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. FAF 587

Eodiaphydus granulosus Dental Palate Cretaceous

Eodiaphydus granulosus. An absolutely gorgeous 3D tooth set with perfect shiny enamel and of large size. The palate measures 85 x 65mm across. It comes from the Maastrichtian age Phosphate Deposits, Upper Cretaceous of Ouled Abdoun, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 70 million years old. An excellent display piece. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. FAF 654

Eotetraodon Pufferfish Beak Eocene

Eotetraodon sp. This early pufferfish beak (crushing dentition) is a lovely RARE fossil indeed showing great definition. It is Priabonian, Upper Eocene age circa 40 million years old and comes from The Dakhla Region of Western Sahara, Morocco, Africa (I discovered this mixed in with a Galeocerdo eaglesomi shark tooth batch from said region). These fossils are known from Lutetian age deposits some 5 million years older in Europe. This however is the very first one to come up for sale from Morocco and is the only one I have available. Possibly a new species... The scale is shown in (mm). Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £69. SOLD. Quote Ref No. FAF 648

Fish Jaw Cretaceous

Unidentified species. This jaw has good detail but no teeth. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Price at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 620

Fish Jaw Cretcaeous

Unidentified species. This jaw has good detail but no teeth. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Price at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 621

Fish Jaw Cretaceous

Unidentified species. This jaw has good detail but no teeth and needs a repair due to breakage. Probably a vomerine or splenial from a pycnodont fish. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied with label. Price at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 622

Fish Scale Cretaceous

Unidentified scale. This enigmatic fish scale is from an unidentified armoured fish. It is quite lovely and of high quality. It measures 28mm across. It is Middle Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Continental Sandstone Deposits of the Kem Kem Basin, South of Taouz, Morocco, Africa. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 600

Enchodus libycus Tooth Cretaceous

Enchodus libycus. An absolutely gorgeous tooth but has a repair due to a single break . It is a giant distant relative of the salmon family. The tooth measures 63mm in height. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Sandstones, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 65 million years old. This fish was swimming the seas at the same time that T-Rex was master of the land. An excellent display piece. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. FAF 574

Enchodus libycus Tooth Cretaceous

Enchodus libycus. An absolutely gorgeous tooth. It is a giant distant relative of the salmon family. The tooth measures 32mm in height. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Sandstones, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 65 million years old. This fish was swimming the seas at the same time that T-Rex was master of the land. An excellent display piece. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 514

Fish Vertebra Cretaceous

Unidentified species. A large bony fish vertebra. It measures 25mm in length and diameter. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Sandstones, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 65-70 million years old. A good display/study piece. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. FAF 499

Belonostomus Fish Cretaceous

Belonostomus sp. This beautiful complete RARE fish measures 250mm or 10 inches long on matrix measuring 320 x 220 x 25mm. It would certainly make a great display and would grace any serious collection. It is Upper Cretaceous circa 75 million years old and comes from the Kem Kem Basin south of Taouz, Morocco, North Africa. Priced at £119. SOLD. Quote ref No. FAF 453

Phacodus punctatus Dental Plate Cretaceous

Phacodus punctatus. Var africanus. An absolutely gorgeous pycnodont fish tooth set and of nice size. It is well positioned on original matrix. The set of 15 teeth measures 50 x 20mm across on matrix that is 90 x 80 x 20mm. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Phosphates, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Marrakech, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 70 million years old. This fish was swimming the seas at the same time that T-Rex was master of the land. An excellent display piece. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. FAF 432

Trichiurus oshoshunemensis Tooth Eocene

Trichiurus oshoshunemensis. An absolutely gorgeous tooth with perfect shiny enamel and of nice size at 12mm in height.  It comes from the Eocene Phosphates of the Khouribga Plateau, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 50 million years old. An excellent display piece. Priced at £2. Quote Ref No. FAF 438

Enchodus libycus Cretaceous Africa

Enchodus libycus. An absolutely gorgeous large tooth with section of a mandible still attached and of exceptional size. It is a distant relative of the salmon family but in life, this beastie must have measured some 12ft in length. The tooth measures a whacking 52mm in height and jaw length at 45mm on matrix that is 90 x 95 x 25mm. It comes from the Maastrichtian Stage Continental Sandstones, Cretaceous of Benguerir, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 65-70 million years old. This fish was swimming the seas at the same time that T-Rex was master of the land. An excellent display piece. Priced at £16. Quote Ref No. FAF 334

Pseudoegertonia salvani Tooth Eocene

Pseudoegertonia salvani. An absolutely gorgeous tooth with perfect shiny enamel and of small size at 2mm across.  It comes from the Eocene Phosphates of the Khouribga Plateau, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 50 million years old. An excellent display piece. Priced at £1. Quote Ref No. FAF 256

Eutrichiurides Fish Tooth Eocene

Eutrichiurides termieri. An absolutely gorgeous tooth with perfect shiny enamel and of nice size at 8mm in height.  It comes from the Eocene Phosphates of the Khouribga Plateau, Morocco, Africa and dates circa 50 million years old. An excellent display piece. Priced at £1. Quote Ref No. FAF 209