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Synechodus serratus Tooth Jurassic UK

Synechodus serratus. This gorgeous and very rare high quality shark tooth has great detail with shiney enamel (the new name is S. plicatus). The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Smallmouth, Portland Harbour, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £49. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3122

Cretorectolobus frequens Tooth Jurassic UK

Cretorectolobus frequens. This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location and this one is of good quality. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Hartwell Clay, Upper Kimmeridgian Stage of Oday Hill, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3123

Heterodontus cf semirugosus Tooth Jurassic UK

Heterodontus cf. semirugosus. This very rare shark lateral tooth has damage at the right hand side as seen but is a bargain at the price. The photo does not do any justice to this specimen. It has a lovely enamel crown and both side cusplets. The root is present. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3124

Hybodont Shark Cephalic Spine Cretaceous UK

Hybodont Cephalic Spine. This gorgeous hybodont shark cephalic (head) spine is a lovely complete specimen well prepared and still embedded in original matrix. It has great detail. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £69. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3112

Planohybodus ensis Tooth Cretaceous UK

Planohybodus ensis. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth is a lovely specimen and large for type. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £26. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3116

Planohybodus ensis Tooth Cretaceous UK

Planohybodus ensis. This rare hybodont shark tooth is a matrix free specimen but has a break as seen. It has great detail with shiney enamel. It measures 9mm across the base. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £17. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3117

Polyacrodus brevicostatus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus brevicostatus. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth is a lovely specimen. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3118

Polyacrodus brevicostatus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus brevicostatus. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth pair are lovely specimens. They have great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). They are Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £20. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3119

Hybodont Cephalic Spine Cretaceous UK

Unidentified genera. This hybodont shark cephalic spine is rare from this location and is often found with damage. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3105

Asteracanthus ornitissimus Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus ornitissimus. This gorgeous yet unusual large sized lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. This complete tooth from an old private collection is a superb specimen and the largest I have had to sell in the last decade. It measures 55 mm or 2 1/16 inch in length. There is a slight depression cause by an opposing tooth and some of the root is present. It is Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Cambridgeshire, UK. The location is now inaccessible due to being a housing development site ! Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £169. SOLD. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3101

Cretorectolobus frequens Tooth Jurassic UK

Cretorectolobus frequens. This gorgeous yet very rare tiny shark tooth is of great quality. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay of Smallmouth, Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3087

Protospinax planus Tooth Jurassic UK

Protospinax planus. This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location and this one is of high quality. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Hartwell Clay, Upper Kimmeridgian Stage of Oday Hill, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3089

Paracestracion falcifer Tooth Jurassic UK

Paracestracion falcifer. This gorgeous yet very rare tiny shark tooth is of great quality despite slight damage at one end. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay of Smallmouth, Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £18. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3090

Paracestracion falcifer Tooth Jurassic UK

Paracestracion falcifer. This gorgeous yet very rare tiny shark tooth is of great quality despite slight damage at one end. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay of Smallmouth, Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3091

Protosqualus sigei Tooth Cretaceous UK

Protosqualus sigei. This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Albian Stage of Small Dole, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £17. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3092

Synechodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Synechodus sp. This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location and this one is of good quality. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Hartwell Clay, Upper Kimmeridgian Stage of Oday Hill, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £33. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3093

Polyacrodus cuspidatus Tooth Triassic UK

Polyacrodus cuspidatus. This hybodont shark tooth is an uncommon find. The root is not present. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Stage, (fissure infills) of Holwell, Somerset. UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3094

Protosqualus sigei Tooth Cretaceous UK

Protosqualus sigei. This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Albian Stage of Small Dole, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £17. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3081

Cretorectolobus frequens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Cretorectolobus frequens. This gorgeous yet very rare tiny shark tooth is of great quality. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 110 million years old and comes from the Lower Greensand, Aptian Stage of Baulking Quarry, Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3083

Protospinax planus Tooth Jurassic UK

Protospinax planus. This gorgeous and very rare shark tooth has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Smallmouth, Portland Harbour, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3084

Pseudocetorhinus pickfordi Tooth Triassic UK

Pseudocetorhinus pickfordi. This complete yet small hybodont shark tooth is extremely rare to find. It has root and a lovely enameled crown. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Stage, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group (fissure infills) of Holwell, Somerset. UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £25. SOLD. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3086

Paraorthacodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Paraorthacodus sp.? This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location and is often found with damage but this one is of high quality despite missing its root. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Hartwell Clay, Upper Kimmeridgian Stage of Oday Hill, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £37. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3065

Synechodus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Synechodus sp.? This hybodont shark tooth is rare from this location and is often found with damage. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Albian Stage of Small Dole, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £23. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3067

Planohybodus ensis Tooth Cretaceous UK

Planohybodus ensis. This hybodont shark tooth is uncommon from this location and is often found with damage. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £9. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3069

Synechodus serratus Tooth Jurassic UK

Synechodus serratus. This gorgeous and very rare shark tooth has great detail with shiney enamel (the new name is S. plicatus). The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Smallmouth, Portland Harbour, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £39. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3058

Lissodus leiodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Lissodus leiodus. This excellent yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This tooth crown is quite lovely and exhibits excellent detail despite slight feeding wear at the crown apex. It has wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Sharp's Hill Formation, Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Charlbury, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3012

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely and unusual RARE location posterior tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has great detail with shiney enamel and is of a high standard. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £22. Quote Ref No. SUKM 3013

Asteracanthus sp Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus sp. This unusual VERY RARE location anterior tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has good detail with shiney enamel but has damage, the scale being shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Watton cliff, Eype, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. I cannot remember the last time I saw a fossil tooth from this location! Priced at £17. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2970

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely GEM Grade and unusual RARE location lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has superb detail with shiney enamel, the scale being shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £49. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2971

Paraorthacodus recurvus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Paraorthacodus recurvus.? This gorgeous yet very rare tiny shark tooth is of great quality. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 110 million years old and comes from the Lower Greensand, Aptian Stage of Baulking Quarry, Wantage, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £27. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2972

Protosqualus sigei Tooth Cretaceous UK

Protosqualus sigei. This gorgeous yet very rare shark tooth is of high quality. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Gault Clay, Albian Stage of Folkstone, Kent, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £18. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2976

Polyacrodus parvidens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus parvidens. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen despite minor damage. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2977

Polyacrodus parvidens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus parvidens. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen despite slight damage. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 139 million years old and comes from the Lower Valanginian Stage, Ashdown Formation of Rock-A-Nore, Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2978

Lissodus leiodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Lissodus leiodus. This excellent yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This tooth crown is quite lovely and exhibits excellent detail despite slight damage. It has wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Sharp's Hill Formation, Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Charlbury, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £11. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2962

Squatina frequens Tooth Jurassic UK

Squatina ? frequens sp. nov. This nice yet unusual RARE micro tooth is from an extinct species of early angel shark. This tooth has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Cymodoce Zone, Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Smallmouth Sands near Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2963

Squatina frequens Tooth Jurassic UK

Squatina ? frequens sp. nov. This nice yet unusual RARE GEM micro tooth is from an extinct species of early angel shark. This tooth has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Cymodoce Zone, Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Small Mouth Sands near Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2964

Hybodus cloacinus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Hybodus cloacinus. A lovely RARE shark tooth with great detail. The scale is shown in (mm). It comes from the Lower Greensand, Lower Cretaceous of Faringdon, Berkshire, UK and dates circa 110 million years old but is derived from the Kimmeridgian, Late Jurassic. A nice study piece for those on a budget. Supplied with label and in an attractive display box. Priced at £26. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2949

Heterodontus cf semirugosus Tooth Jurassic UK

Heterodontus cf. semirugosus. This gorgeous and very rare shark tooth has slight damage but is a bargain at the price. It has good detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay, Kimmeridgian Stage of Weymouth, Dorset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2938

Duffinselache holwellensis Tooth Triassic UK

Duffinselache holwellensis. This hybodont shark tooth is extremely rare to find but is partial with an estimated 1mm missing from one end. It has root and a lovely enameled crown. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Stage, Fissure Infills, Penarth Group of Holwell, Somerset. UK. The first and possible the last time I will have one of these teeth for sale ! Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £49. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2912

Paraorthacodus recurvus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Paraorthacodus recurvus. This gorgeous yet very rare shark tooth has slight damage but has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Gault Clay, Albian Stage of Folkstone, Kent, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £59. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2900

Polyacrodus parvidens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus parvidens. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen. As an added bonus there is a small fish tooth well exposed on this original matrix. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2888

Egertonodus basanus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Egertonodus basanus. This gorgeous hybodont shark tooth crown is a great specimen. As an added bonus there is a small fish tooth well exposed on this original matrix. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2889

Anomotodon principalis Tooth Cretaceous UK

Anomotodon principalis. This gorgeous yet very rare shark tooth has slight damage as seen. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Gault Clay, Albian Stage of Folkstone, Kent, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2874

Archaeolamna Tooth Cretaceous UK

Archaeolamna sp. This gorgeous yet very rare shark tooth is of high quality. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Gault Clay, Albian Stage of Folkstone, Kent, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2875

Cretoxyrhina Tooth Cretaceous UK

Cretoxyrhina sp. This gorgeous yet very rare shark tooth has slight damage as seen. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 100 million years old and comes from the Gault Clay, Albian Stage of Folkstone, Kent, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2775

Planohybodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Planohybodus sp. This excellent yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This tooth crown is quite lovely despite slight tip wear and missing its root (typical of hybodonts as the roots are usually resorbed by the shark prior to shedding). It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Oxford Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £9. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2761

Secarodus polyprion Tooth Jurassic

Secarodus polyprion. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark (new species). This tooth has damage as seen. It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2717

Secarodus polyprion Tooth Jurassic

Secarodus polyprion. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark (new species). This tooth has damage as seen. It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2718

Egertonodus duffini Tooth Jurassic UK

Egertonodus duffini sp.nov. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This tooth has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Ardley, Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Full providence. Priced at £9. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2702

Asteracanthus ornitissimus Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus ornitissimus. This gorgeous yet unusual partial lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. This tooth from an old private collection is a rarity from the UK Bathonian (it is the only one of its type that I have seen from that stage). It has super detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The location is now inaccessible due to being a landfill site ! Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £23. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2624

Asteracanthus ornitissimus Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus ornitissimus. This gorgeous yet unusual large partial lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. This tooth from an old private collection is a rarity from the UK Kimmeridgian (it is the only one of its type that I have seen from that stage). It has super detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Jurassic age circa 153 million years old and comes from the Kimmeridge Clay of Portland Harbour, UK. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £24. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2623

Polyacrodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Polyacrodus sp. This gorgeous yet rare shark tooth has a lovely crown but has damage to either side of its base. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Jurassic age circa 200 million years old and comes from the Sinemurian Stage of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £19. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2668

Polyacrodus Tooth Jurassic UK

Polyacrodus sp. This gorgeous yet rare shark tooth has a lovely crown but has damage to either side of its base. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (cm). It is Lower Jurassic age circa 200 million years old and comes from the Sinemurian Stage of Scunthorpe, Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2614

Paranomotodon angustidens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Paranomotodon angustidens. This gorgeous yet rare shark tooth has a complete crown but slight damage to the root as seen. It has great detail with shiney enamel. The scale is shown in (mm). It is Upper Cretaceous age circa 95 million years old and comes from the Lower Cenomanian Stage of Wilmington, Devon, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £14. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2637

Asteracanthus magnus Lateral Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus magnus. This gorgeous yet unusual medium sized lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. This complete tooth from an old private collection is great with an ornamented crown and diagnostic wide flat trapezoidal shape in occlusal view (teeth from this location are particularly RARE). It has super detail with shiney enamel, being 18mm in length. This species is the largest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genera. It is Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The location is now inaccessible due to being a landfill site ! Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £34. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2508

Asteracanthus tenius Posterior Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus tenius. This gorgeous yet unusual anterior tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great but is mostly buried in matrix. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 10mm in length. There is another partial specimen exposed on the matrix. This RARE species is the smallest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genera. It is Jurassic age circa 163 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled. Priced at £15. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2509

Polyacrodus parvidens Tooth Cretaceous UK

Polyacrodus parvidens. This gorgeous yet rare GEM hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 3.5mm across the base and well exposed on original matrix. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2512

Egertonodus basanus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Egertonodus basanus. This super tooth has great detail with shiney enamel but is mostly buried in matrix as seen. It is 3mm in height and on original matrix. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Hastings Beds, of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2513

Rhomphaiodon (Hybodus) minor Tooth Triassic UK

Rhomphaiodon ('Hybodus') minor. This small Hybodont tooth is uncommon to find in this gem condition and size. It measures approx. 3mm across the base and 3mm in height (crown tip and some of the base is embedded in the matrix but this tooth has all the root present). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor Bay, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2514

Lissodus minimus Tooth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This rare location hybodont shark tooth has great detail with shiney enamel. It is 5mm in length. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Holwell, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2515

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely and unusual RARE location lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 22mm across. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £38. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2442

Asteracanthus tenuis Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus tenius. This gorgeous yet unusual anterior tooth with root is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great with a lovely crown and diagnostic thin trapezoidal shape in occlusal view and highly humped in labial view. It has super detail with shiney enamel, being 15mm in length. This RARE species is the smallest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genus. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The site is now inaccessible due to landfill ! Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £34. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2444

Asteracanthus tenuis Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus tenius. This gorgeous yet unusual lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great with an ornamented crown and diagnostic thin trapezoidal shape in occlusal view but has natural life wear on the crown caused by an opposing tooth. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 18mm in length. This RARE species is the smallest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genera. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The location is now a landfill site. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2445

10 Plus Asteracanthus Partial teeth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus & tenuis. This lovely and unusual RARE location mix of over 10 partial teeth are from two extinct species of hybodont sharks. They have great detail with shiney enamel, (size is between 3 to 10mm across). They are Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and come from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Ideal for study and display. Priced at just £6. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2446

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely and unusual RARE location lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has superb detail with shiney enamel, being 32mm across but has slight damage in the top right corner as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £39. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2425

Secarodus polyprion Tooth Jurassic

Secarodus polyprion. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark (new species). This tooth has damage as seen at both ends. It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, scale is shown in (cm). It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2426

7 x Shark & Fish Teeth Triassic

7 x various shark and fish teeth. This is an excellent death assemblage. I count 7 teeth but you might find more ! The scale is shown in (cm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor Bay, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2352

3 x Lissodus minimus teeth triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This lovely shark teeth set of 3 (approx 3mm across each and part embedded in matrix) is a great specimen group. They have fantastic detail and well presented on original matrix. They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Full providence as found by me on 3rd July 2012. From my own private collection. Supplied labelled. Priced at £8 Quote Ref No. SUKM 2349

Lissodus minimus Tooth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This lovely shark tooth (approx 6mm across and part embedded in matrix) is a great specimen. It has fantastic detail and is well presented on original matrix. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor, Somerset, UK. Full providence as found by me on 3rd July 2012. From my own private collection. Supplied labelled. Priced at £6 Quote Ref No. SUKM 2348

Shark Tooth & Fish Scale Plus Bone Fragment Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus & Gyrolepis alberti. This lovely shark tooth & fish scale (approx 5mm across each) are a good specimen set. They have fantastic detail and well presented on original matrix which also contains a large section of bone on the underside. They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by me on 23rd August 2006. From my own private collection. Supplied labelled. Priced at £8 Quote Ref No. SUKM 2350

Lissodus Shark & Severnichthys Fish Teeth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus & Severnichthys acuminatus. This lovely pair of teeth (approx 4mm in height each) are a good specimen set. They have good detail, and well presented on original matrix. They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 5th March 20097 Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2346

10 x Micro Shark teeth triassic UK

Various Species. This gorgeous set of 10 matrix blocks each contain a micro tooth (there could be another tooth but you will have to look closely to see it) varying between 2-4 mm in size. They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by myself. Supplied labelled. An absolute bargain, priced at £6. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2343

Polyacrodus parvidens Tooth Cretaceous

Polyacrodus parvidens. This gorgeous yet rare hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 4mm across the base and well exposed on original matrix. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Valanginian Stage of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2341

Parvodus heterodon Tooth Cretaceous

Parvodus heterodon. This lovely uncommon shark tooth has good detail (here seen in the middle of the picture) with shiney enamel but has slight damage on the enamel. It is 2mm across and on original matrix. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Hastings Beds, of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £8. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2287

Egertonodus basanus Tooth Cretaceous

Egertonodus basanus. This nice tooth has good detail with shiney enamel but is just the principal crown. It is 3mm in height and on original matrix. There is also a Lepidotes fish tooth present on this matrix. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Hastings Beds, of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2268

Asteracanthus medius Anterolateral Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus medius. This gorgeous yet unusual anterolateral tooth with root is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great with an ornamented crown and diagnostic trapezoid shape in occlusal view but is damaged on the left as seen. It has super detail with shiney enamel, being 18mm in length. This RARE species is still not fully recognised for UK strata but is well known from other european countries. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The site is now inaccessible due to landfill ! Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £59. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2233

3 x Micro Shark Teeth Triassic UK

2 x Hybodus' minor & Lissodus minimus. This lovely trio of micro-hybodont shark teeth are a good specimen set. They have good detail, and well presented on original matrix. They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 18th June 2009. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2148

Type '3' Dermal Denticle Cretaceous UK

Hybodont Shark. This gorgeous type '3' dermal denticle is typically tiny at approx. 0.5mm across but would be a nice addition to anyones fossil shark collection. It has good detail with shiney enamel but you will need a magnifyer to see it. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Hastings Beds, of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2051

Type '3' Dermal Denticle Cretaceous UK

Hybodont Shark. This gorgeous type '3' dermal denticle is typically tiny at approx. 0.5mm across but would be a nice addition to anyones fossil shark collection. It has good detail with shiney enamel but you will need a magnifyer to see it. It is Lower Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Hastings Beds, of Hastings, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2052

Hybodus obtusus Partial Dorsal Spine Jurassic

Hybodus obtusus ? This small section of rare dorsal spine is from an extinct species of hybodont shark, making it a fair study specimen. It has great detail, being 14mm in length as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2027

Hybodus Tooth Cretaceous UK

Hybodus sp. A nice tiny tooth on matrix as seen at the lower right side. This tooth measures 4mm in height and has damage hence low price. It comes from the Wealden Formation, Cretaceous of Bexhill, Sussex, UK and dates circa 113 million years old. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 2015 

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus magnus. This gorgeous yet unusual small sized lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great with an ornamented crown and diagnostic wide flat trapezoidal shape in occlusal view. It has super detail with shiney enamel, being 12mm in length. This species is the largest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genus. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The site is now inaccessible due to landfill ! Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £23. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1945

Egertonodus duffini Tooth Jurassic UK

Egertonodus duffini sp.nov. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This tooth has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, being 10mm in height. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Full providence. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1946

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely and unusual RARE location lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 23mm across but has a slight nick on the front left edge as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1888

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus magnus. This lovely and unusual RARE location lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 16mm across. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £27. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1863

Asteracanthus tenuis Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus tenuis. This lovely and unusual RARE location anterior tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 14mm across but has damage on the left side as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £12. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1893

10 Plus Mix of Asteracanthus Species Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus & tenuis. This lovely and unusual RARE location mix of over 10 partial teeth are from two extinct species of hybodont sharks. They have great detail with shiney enamel, scale is shown in (mm). They are Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and come from the Bathonian Stage of Lincolnshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Ideal for study and display. Priced at just £6. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1895

Hybodus Partial Dorsal Spine Jurassic UK

Hybodus sp. This small section of rare dorsal spine is from an extinct species of hybodont shark, making it a fair study specimen. It has great detail, being 17mm in length as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1865

Secarodus polyprion Tooth Jurassic UK

Secarodus polyprion. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark (new species). This tooth has damage as seen on the left. It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, being 17mm across the base. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Full providence. Priced at £29. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1850

Hybodont Cephalic Spine Triassic UK

Rhomphaiodon ('Hybodus') minor.? This partial but very rare hybodont shark cephalic (head) spine is a good specimen seen near the bottom left corner. There is also a small Hybodus tooth on the same matrix and other indeterminate vertebrate bits. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Blue Anchor Bay, Somerset, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £13. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1825

Asteracanthus tenuis Jurassic UK

Asteracanthus tenuis. This lovely and unusual RARE anterior tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This damaged tooth crown is reduced to clear. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 5mm across and well exposed on original matrix. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 162 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Leicestershire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £5. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1810

Asteracanthus ornitissimus Spine Jurassic

Asteracanthus ornitissimus. This nice and RARE section of hybodont shark dorsal spine shows 3 small enamelled tubercules on the upper far right. It is only a small piece and so the price is reduced. It is 37mm across as seen. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Lower Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £2. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1800

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This gorgeous yet unusual small sized lateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great with an ornamented crown and diagnostic wide flat trapezoidal shape in occlusal view. It has super detail with shiney enamel, being 14mm in length. This species is the largest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genus. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The site is now inaccessible due to landfill ! Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £22. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1791

Lissodus minimus Tooth Triassic

Lissodus minimus. This gorgeous and rare hybodont shark tooth is a good specimen despite slight damage. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 6mm across the base as seen and well presented on original matrix. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 11th August 2008. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1792

3 X Lissodus Teeth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This matrix block contains 3 X gorgeous and hybodont shark teeth which are possibly associated due to their alignment. They have great detail with shiney enamel, the largest being 4mm across. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 31st January 2009. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £7. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1756

Lissodus Tooth And Fish Tooth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This matrix block contains a hybodont shark tooth and fish tooth. They have great detail with shiney enamel, the largest being 4mm across. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 18st June 2009. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1757

Hybodont Shark Tooth Jurassic UK

Unidentified genera. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark. This damaged tooth crown is reduced to clear. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 7mm in height. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. Supplied labelled. Priced at £2. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1760

Lissodus minimus Tooth Triassic UK

Lissodus minimus. This gorgeous and rare hybodont shark tooth is a GEM specimen. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 5mm across the base as seen and well presented on original matrix. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 11th August 2008. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1743

Secarodus polyprion Tooth Jurassic UK

Secarodus polyprion. This nice yet unusual RARE tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark (new species). This tooth crown has damage as seen to the left. It has great detail with wonderful black lustred crown and shiney enamel, being 12mm across the base. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 160 million years old and comes from the Oxford Clay, Callovian Stage of Peterborough, Cambridgeshire, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Full providence. Priced at £22. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1726

Dermal Denticle Cretaceous UK

Unidentified genera. This RARE shark dermal denticle (?) is complete and is certainly an enigma to me! It is 4mm across and was found on 8th October 2002. It is Valanginian Stage, Late Cretaceous age circa 138 million years old and comes from the Cliff End Bone Bed, Wadhurst Clay Formation of Cliff End, East Sussex, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1697

Rhophaiodon Tooth Triassic

Rhophaiodon 'Hybodus' minor. This gorgeous and rare tiny hybodont shark tooth is a good specimen. It has great detail with shiney enamel, being 2mm across the base as seen and well presented on original matrix. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found on 11th August 2008. Supplied labelled. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1501

Asteracanthus magnus Tooth Jurassic

Asteracanthus magnus. This large yet unusual small sized anterolateral tooth is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. The tooth is great despite a worn crown and diagnostic wide flat trapezoidal shape in occlusal view. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 20mm in length. This species is the largest of the UK Bathonian Asteracanthus genus. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite Series, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. The site is now inaccessible due to landfill ! Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labeled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £26. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1481

Hybodus Spine Section Jurassic UK

Hybodus sp.? This gorgeous yet unusual small section of dorsal spine is from an extinct species of hybodont shark whose dentition was highly specialised for crushing shell fish. It has nice detail with wonderful jet black coloured ridges, being 18mm in length. It is Middle Jurassic age circa 164 million years old and comes from the Great Oolite, Bathonian Stage of Oxfordshire, UK. Full providence, catalogued and dated. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1427

Shark Coprolite Triassic UK

Shark coprolite. This is a great specimen. Being 19mm in length on original matrix measuring 30 x 35mm across. It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by myself. Supplied labelled. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1395

12 x Micro Teeth On Matrix Triassic

Lissodus minimus & Severnichthys acuminatus. This is an excellent budget price micro set of 12 shark and fish teeth on matrix. They have good detail with shiney enamel, teeth being 2-4mm in size presented on original matrix. Scale shown in (mm). They are Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by myself. Supplied labelled. Priced at £10. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1360

Nemacanthus monilifer Dorsal Spine Triassic

Nemacanthus monilifer. This is an excellent budget price piece of hybodont shark dorsal spine on matrix. It has great detail and shows part of the enameled keel on the anterior (leading edge), being 15mm in length presented on original matrix. I have treated it with paraloid hardener which can be removed with acetone. There are 2 other interesting micro teeth on this matrix. Scale shown in (mm). It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and come from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by me. Supplied labelled. Priced at £4. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1362

Lissodus minimus Tooth Triassic

Lissodus minimus. This gorgeous and large for species hybodont shark tooth is a GEM specimen. It has excellent detail with shiney enamel, being 5mm across the base and well presented on original matrix measuring 18 x 16mm across. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Westbury Formation of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Full providence as found by me. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1324

Lissodus minimus Triassic Wales

Lissodus minimus. This gorgeous GEM GRADE shark tooth measures 3mm across and is seen at the top of the picture. Being on original matrix measuring 11 x 12mm across. It is Late Triassic age circa 215 million years old and comes from the Rhaetic Bone Bed, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Lavenock near Penarth, South Glamorgan, Wales, UK. Supplied labelled and in an attractive display box. Full providence, found 7th March 2007. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 1004

Rhomphaiodon 'Hybodus' minor Triassic UK

Rhomphaiodon ('Hybodus') minor. This gorgeous and rare hybodont shark tooth is a great specimen. It has good detail with shiney enamel, being 2.5mm across the base and well presented on original matrix. It is Late Triassic age circa 210 million years old and comes from the Intraformational Conglomerate, Westbury Formation, Penarth Group of Aust Cliff, South Gloucestershire, UK. Supplied labelled and in a display box. Priced at £3. Quote Ref No. SUKM 834