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Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)

Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)

Reference: P118
Genus - Specie: Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian (93-100 million years approx)
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: excellent, complete, all-natural quality, no paint, no restoration or repair, or composite, magnificent conservation, good size, plate measures 78 x 75 x 19 mms fish measures 45 x 21 mm, weight: 194 grams, uncommon , rare and very rare
Location: Mont Liban (Hadjoula) Libano
Price: 179 E

 Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)

Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)

Reference: P116
Genus - Specie: Stichocentrus elegans (GAUDANT,1969) Stichocentrus (PATTERSON,1967)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian (93-100 million years approx)
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: 79 x 49 x 19 mms fish measures: 48 x 26 mm, weight: 130 grams, uncommon, rare and very rare, excellent quality full, natural, repaired plate, intact fish, great conservation, good size, plate measures copy
Location: Mont Liban (Hadjoula) Lebanon
Price: 189 E

Knigtia Eocaena(JORDAN,1907), Knigtia(DAVID  STARR  JORDAN,1907)

Knigtia Eocaena(JORDAN,1907), Knigtia(DAVID STARR JORDAN,1907)

Knigtia Eocaena(JORDAN,1907), Knigtia(DAVID STARR JORDAN,1907)

Reference: P115
Genus - Specie: Knigtia Eocaena(JORDAN,1907),Knigtia(DAVID STARR JORDAN,1907)
Description: fossil fish, bony fish
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Lower Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Ypresian(about 47-56 million years)
Common name: fossil fish, bony fish
Comments: clupeid , clupeiform. Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Clupeiformes, Family: Clupeidae, Subfamily: Pellonulinae, Genus: Knightia.The legendary sites of the formation from Green River in Wyoming whose fossils are very valued by its variety, high quality, and conservation, as well as fish, other invertebrates and plants have been located in this excellently preserved, according to scientific training this magnificent state of conservation in the world, it is due to a combination of two factors: first, a period of cold deep during the Eocene, which would have caused that lifeless fish had sunk faster since its swim bladder would have inflated less and second the great depth of the lakes and the exceptional conditions of lack of oxygen in the water, this would have prevented scavengers animals destroyed the corpses. This fossil fish comes from famous deposits in Green River Formation. Knigtia is an extint genus of fish from the Eocene. Fossils of this fish are commonly found in this area , along with other interesting genus the Knigtia formed part as fundamental food in the diet of other larger fish also extinct as Diplomystus , Priscacara, Mioplosus, Phaerodus, Notogoneus and others . Its habitat in all probability were lakes and freshwater streams, feed on small organisms such as tadpoles, shrimp, crabs and snails that tore with their powerful jaws. Bony fish, extinct genus, common, intact fish , very well preserved , complete specimens, ee fossilized fish on the same plate , excellent quality and conservation, no restoration, no repair, no glue, no composite, measures plate : 217 x 165 x 17 mm , measures fish : 135 x 38 mm , weigth: 1.502 grams, intact fish, nice display, a classic fossil fish from Green River FM , excellent quality, nice display.
Location: Kemmerer(Formación Green River)Wyoming-USA
Price: 75 E

Notorynchus primigenius (AGASSIZ,1843) Notorynchus cepedianus (PERON,1807)

Notorynchus primigenius (AGASSIZ,1843) Notorynchus cepedianus (PERON,1807)

Reference: P111
Genus - Specie: Notorynchus primigenius (AGASSIZ,1843) Notorynchus cepedianus (PERON,1807)
Description: fossil tooth shark
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: 15 to 25 million years approx
Common name: fossil tooth shark
Comments: intact , without restoration or repair, or painting, or composite, natural, authentic and original fossil, dimensions: 25 x 16 mms, high quality
Location: Lee Creek Mine (Aurora) Formación Pungo (North Carolina) USA
Price: 26 E

Lycoptera sp. Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E. SAUVAGE, 1880)

Lycoptera sp. Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E. SAUVAGE, 1880)

Reference: P106
Genus - Specie: Lycoptera sp. Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E. SAUVAGE, 1880)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: 145-163 million years approx.
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: natural, restoration, or painting, plate repaired, complete specimen, plate measures 105 x 71 x 10 mms fish measures 70 X 17 mm, total weight: 147 grams, excellent quality
Location: Jin gan-Yi Shang (Liaoning) China
Price: 22 E

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Reference: P104
Genus - Specie: Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Early Eocene(about 45-55 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Cypriniformes, Family: Catostomidae, Genus: Jianghanichthys. Extint, Great quality, detail and conservation, fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, genuine, and authentic fossil, with minimal restoration, positive mold, complete fish , very robust ,uncommon in this size , measures plate: 138 x 85 x 4 mm, measures fish : 123 x 50 mm, weight: 112 grams, prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural black color, Very scarce today outside of China, from old collection. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: spinops.blogspot.com , paleoexhibit.blogspot.com. Excellent Quality and size, It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwide Shipping. .
Location: Suonzii County (Suonzii Formation) Hubei province (China)
Price: 80 E

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Reference: P101
Genus - Specie: Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Early Eocene(about 45-55 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Cypriniformes, Family: Catostomidae, Genus: Jianghanichthys. Extint, fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, genuine, and authentic fossil, with minimal restoration, positive mold, complete fishes , uncommon two fossilized specimens in the same plate, measures plate: 158 x 98 x 5 mm, measures fishes: 73 x 25 mm and 54 x 11 mm, weight: 118 grams, prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural black color, scarce today outside China , from old collection. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: spinops.blogspot.com , paleoexhibit.blogspot.com. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Fine Quality, worldwide Shipping.
Location: Suonzii County (Suonzii Formation) Hubei province (China)
Price: 72 E

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Reference: P98
Genus - Specie: Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Early Eocene(about 45-55 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Cypriniformes, Family: Catostomidae, Genus: Jianghanichthys. Extint, fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, genuine, and authentic fossil, with minimal restoration, positive mold, complete fishes , uncommon two fossilized specimens in the same plate, measures plate: 90 x 70 x 5 mm, measures fishes: 57 x 12 mm and 60 x 12 mm, weight: 53 grams, prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural black color, scarce today outside China , from old collection. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: spinops.blogspot.com , paleoexhibit.blogspot.com. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Fine Quality, worldwide Shipping.
Location: Suonzii County (Suonzii Formation) Hubei province (China)
Price: 50 E

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ, 1843)

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ, 1843)

Reference: P93
Genus - Specie: Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ, 1843)
Description: tooth fossil shark tooth cetacean
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: late Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: 7 million years approx
Common name: tooth fossil shark tooth cetacean
Comments: kind of very akin fossil shark with some current species, more commonly known as hastalis, intact, natural, magnificent conservation, complete, without restoration or repair, or painting, dimensions: 38 x 26 mms, piece from old collection, enamel perfect , whole root, very good preservation, excellent quality
Location: 'de Kuillen', Mill (The Netherlands)
Price: 18 E

Tharrhias araripis(JORDAN & BRANNER,1908)

Tharrhias araripis(JORDAN & BRANNER,1908)

Tharrhias araripis(JORDAN & BRANNER,1908)

Reference: P88
Genus - Specie: Tharrhias araripis(JORDAN & BRANNER,1908)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Early Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Albian(about 100-113 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Actinopterygii, Semionotiformes, extint. Fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, large size for the species, genuine, and authentic fossil, completely natural piece, fossilized in nodule, positive and negative mold,no restoration , no repair, no paint, no composite, complete fish , large, measures nodule: 265 x 108 x 80 mm, measures fish : 23 x 49 mm , weight: 3.085 grams, excellent museum quality, prepared by professionals, amazing , collector's choice , rare and uncommon ,from old collection. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwide Shipping.
Location: South America
Price: 350 E

Halec microlepis(AGASSIZ,1834)

Halec microlepis(AGASSIZ,1834)

Reference: P74
Genus - Specie: Halec microlepis(AGASSIZ,1834)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian (about 93 - 100 million years)
Common name: fossil fish
Comments:
Location: Lebanon
Price: 185 E

Eurypholis boissieri (PICTET & HUMBERT,1850)

Eurypholis boissieri (PICTET & HUMBERT,1850)

Reference: P71
Genus - Specie: Eurypholis boissieri (PICTET & HUMBERT,1850)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian ( about 93- 100 million years)
Common name: fossil fish
Comments:
Location: Libano
Price: 170 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P67
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Miocene Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 15-25 million years)
Common name: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Comments: : Genuine and authentic original fossil, extint, complete specimen, Fossil meg of the mythical sites of the fossil beds of North Carolina ( USA ) with the characteristic green color, very nice specimen , good quality and color, no restoration, no repair, very well preserved specimen, bourlette and root, front tooth , measures : 58 x 80 mm , weigth: 47 grams, good value for money. It is sent and delivered with certificate of authenticity. (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: North Carolina (USA)
Price: 69 E

Schizorhiza stormeri(WEILER,1930)

Schizorhiza stormeri(WEILER,1930)

Schizorhiza stormeri(WEILER,1930)

Reference: P64
Genus - Specie: Schizorhiza stormeri(WEILER,1930)
Description: fossil sawfish teeth, rostral teeth of fish saw
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Campanian-Maastrichtian (83-66 million years)
Common name: fossil sawfish teeth, rostral teeth of fish saw
Comments: Phylum: Chordata. Class: Chondrichthyes ,Subclass:Elasmobranchii, Superorder: Batoidea, Phylum: Chordata, Family:Sclerorhynchida. Rostral tooth fish stripe, extinct genus, the Schizorhiza presented a similar to the current sword fish bump taking on both sides had placed more than smaller teeth.Schizorhiza is a fossil genus of cartilaginous fishes, containing a single species dated: Schizorhiza stromeri, their fossils are found in rocks dating from the Campanian up to the Maastrichtian is estimated to have lived approximately 83.6 and 66 million years. Schizorhiza fossils have been found in North and Central Africa, Iraq, Italy, Texas and Mexico. S.stormeri was an approximate length of one metre and a half long and is believed to have lived in coastal waters of the Tethys Sea, its habitat were shallow seas or epicontinental (large areas of water but with little depth in the continental shelf). It has come to this conclusion According to the studies of its fauna associated as the cartilaginous fishes Pseudocorax, Scapanorhynchus and Serratolamna and the molluscs Ethmocardium, Cymprimera, Eutrephoceras, Platyceramus vanuxemi, Sphenodiscus and Turritella. Natural, intact , very well preserved , no restoration, no repair, no glue, no composite, authentic fossil , prepared by profesionals, measures matrix: 150 x 55 x 155 mm , measures teeth width: 75 mm , weigth : 1.169 grams, excellent , museum quality, gorgeous , unique, very rare.
Location: Benguerir-Khouribga(Phosphate Deposits) Morocco
Price: 300 E

Leptolepis sprattiformis (Blainville,1818)

Leptolepis sprattiformis (Blainville,1818)

Reference: P63
Genus - Specie: Leptolepis sprattiformis (Blainville,1818)
Description: fish fossil
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: upper Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Kimmeridgiense
Common name: fish fossil
Comments: good quality from the legendary site of Solnhofen, natural
Location: Solnhofen lithographic limestone (Munich) Germany
Price: 75 E

Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)

Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)

Reference: P62
Genus - Specie: Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian(about 93- 100 million years)
Common name: fish fossil
Comments:
Location: Hakel, Libano
Price: 149 E

Prionolepis cataphractus (PICTET & HUMBERT,1866) Prionolepis (EGERTON,1850)

Prionolepis cataphractus (PICTET & HUMBERT,1866) Prionolepis (EGERTON,1850)

Reference: P61
Genus - Specie: Prionolepis cataphractus (PICTET & HUMBERT,1866) Prionolepis (EGERTON,1850)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian(about 93 - 100 million years)
Common name: fish fossil
Comments:
Location: Hakel, Libano
Price: 110 E

 Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Reference: P57
Genus - Specie: Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Early Eocene(about 45-55 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Cypriniformes, Family: Catostomidae, Genus: Jianghanichthys. Extint, fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, genuine, and authentic fossil, with minimal restoration, positive mold, complete fishes , uncommon two fossilized specimens in the same plate, measures plate: 120 x 112 x 5 mm, measures fishes: 78 x 25 mm and 60 x 20 mm, weight: 132 grams, prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural black color, scarce today outside China , from old collection. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: spinops.blogspot.com , paleoexhibit.blogspot.com. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Fine Quality, worldwide Shipping.
Location: Suonzii County (Suonzii Formation) Hubei province (China)
Price: 72 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P51
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Miocene Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 15-25 million years)
Common name: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Comments: : Genuine and authentic original fossil, extint, complete specimen, Fossil meg of the mythical sites of the fossil beds of North Carolina(USA) with the characteristic green color, very nice specimen , good quality and color, no restoration, no repair, very well preserved specimen, bourlette and root, measures : 80 x 53 mm , weigth: 42 grams, good value for money. It is sent and delivered with certificate of authenticity. (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: North Carolina (USA)
Price: 50 E

Priscacara liops(COPE,1877)

Priscacara liops(COPE,1877)

Priscacara liops(COPE,1877)

Reference: P50
Genus - Specie: Priscacara liops(COPE,1877)
Description: fossil fish pedrator, fossil perch
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Lower Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Ypresian(47-56 million years)
Common name: fossil fish pedrator, perch
Comments: Family Priscacaridae, Order Perciformes, The legendary sites of the formation from Green River in Wyoming whose fossils are very valued by its variety, high quality, and conservation, as well as fish, other invertebrates and plants have been located in this excellently preserved, according to scientific training this magnificent state of conservation in the world, it is due to a combination of two factors: first, a period of cold deep during the Eocene, which would have caused that lifeless fish had sunk faster since its swim bladder would have inflated less and second the great depth of the lakes and the exceptional conditions of lack of oxygen in the water, this would have prevented scavengers animals destroyed the corpses. This fossil fish comes from famous deposits in Green River Formation. Priscacara is an extinct genus of perch from the Eocene. Fossils of this fish are commonly found in this area , along with other interesting genus . Its habitat in all probability were lakes and freshwater streams, feed on small organisms such as tadpoles, shrimp, crabs and snails that tore with their powerful jaws. Extinct genus, intact fish, very well preserved , complete skeleton ,very well preserved, complete natural fish , no restoration, no repair, no glue, measures plate: 264 x 268 x 15 mm , measures fish: 146 mm (long) x 60 mm, weight: 2.963 grams, large size specimen, stunning , excellent quality, a classic fish from WY fauna, stunning. It is delivered-attached with certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Kemmerer(Green River Formation)Wyoming-USA
Price: 250 E

Cocodus  insignis(PICTET,1850)

Cocodus insignis(PICTET,1850)

Coccodus insignis(PICTET,1850)

Reference: P49
Genus - Specie: Coccodus insignis(PICTET,1850)
Description: teeth crusher fish , chewing fish, fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian (about 93-100 million years)
Common name: fossil fish , chewing fish, prehistoric fossil fish.
Comments: Order: Pycnodontiformes , Class:Actinopterygii Family: Coccodontidae , Genus: Cocodus. Extint. Cocodus has a bare body. The back of the head is tightly bound in a sort of armor constituted by the pectoral girdles and continue posteriorly in a large lateral spine. It also has a strong somehow finely indented spine, situated at the back of the skull, but often still not clearly visible because of frequent preservation of the animal in dorsal or ventral view. Coccodus is one of the most desired fish and sought by collectors for its extraordinary morphology, originality and archaic and primitive appearance. Unlike the other genera for its extraordinary armored head to the rest of the fish found in the deposits, the Cenomanian of Lebanon is one of the scarcest and in particular this specimen is unique because both parts are conserved and for the exceptional state of conservation . Coming from the legendary deposits of the Cenomanian of Lebanon, some of the richest and most important in the world, their pieces are highly valued for the complete variety of fish fossils found with great quality, detail and conservation. In addition to fish, other invertebrates and plants have been located in this extraordinarily preserved formation, along with Green River and Monte Bolca are the most important in the world. Genuine and original authentic fossil, fossil fish, plate prepared and cut by professionals in the quarry of origin, completely natural piece, no restoration , no repair, no paint, no glue, complete fish, extraordinary piece of museum with the two parts: with the positive and negative mold, measures plates: 164 x 125 x 15 mm and 164 x 120 x 10 mm, measures fish : 110 mm ( long ), weight: 1.280 grams, excellent museum quality, very rare , collector's choice , gorgeous. Difficult. Museum quality. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Black and White photo : François Jules Pictet de la Rive (1809–1872), Swiss Paleontologist and zoologist, author who classified the genus and species.
Location: Hgula (Byblos) Lebanon
Price: 600 E

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P47
Genus - Specie: Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: tooth fossil shark tooth cetacean
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: late Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: 7 million years approx
Common name: tooth fossil shark
Comments: natural, full, without restoration or repair, or painting, piece from old collection, perfect enamel, whole root, very good preservation, excellent quality
Location: 'Of Kuilen' (Mill) Netherlands
Price: 19 E

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P45
Genus - Specie: Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: tooth fossil shark tooth cetacean
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: late Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: 7 million years approx
Common name: tooth fossil shark
Comments: kind of very closely related to some present species, more commonly known as hastalis, intact, natural, magnificent conservation, complete, without restoration or repair, or painting, piece from old collection, perfect enamel, whole root, very well preserved fossil shark, excellent quality
Location: 'Of Kuilen' (Mill) Netherlands
Price: 24 E

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P44
Genus - Specie: Cosmopolitodus (Isurus) hastalis (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: Fossil Shark Teeth
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late-Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: 7 million years approx
Common name: Fossil Shark Teeth
Comments: intact , natural, magnificent conservation , natural, full , no restoration or repair, or painting, piece from old collection , very good conservation prefect enamel , excellent quality
Location: ' of Kuilen ' ( Mill) Netherlands
Price: 22 E

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)

Reference: P42
Genus - Specie: Jianghanichthys hubeiensis (LEI,1987),Osteochilus hubeiensis(LEI,1977)
Description: prehistoric fossil fish in nodule
Period: Paleogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Early Eocene(about 45-55 million years)
Common name: primitive fossil fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Order: Cypriniformes, Family: Catostomidae, Genus: Jianghanichthys. Extint, fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, genuine, and authentic fossil, with minimal restoration, positive mold, complete fishes, repaired plate , uncommon two fossilized pecimens in the same plate, measures plate: 190 x 135 x 10 mm, measures fishes: 125 x 39 mm and 90 x 26 mm, weight: 464 grams, prepared by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural black color, scarce today outside China , from old collection. Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: Image -Reproduction by courtesy Nobu Tamura's Paleoart Portfolio: ( spinops.blogspot.com, paleoexhibit.blogspot.com). It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Fine Quality, worldwide Shipping.
Location: Suonzii County (Suonzii Formation) Hubei provinse (China)
Price: 85 E

Osteolepis panderi (Pander,1860)

Osteolepis panderi (Pander,1860)

Osteolepis panderi (Pander,1860)

Reference: P41
Genus - Specie: Osteolepis panderi (Pander,1860)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Devonian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Devonian
Era: Paleozoic
Age:
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: natural,rare,complete,no restoration,measures: 70 x 12 mms Old Red Sandstone
Location: Sppital Beds ,Caithness(Scotland)Great Britain
Price: 43 E

Onchopristis numidus(HAUG,1905)Gigantichthys numidus(HAUG,1905)

Onchopristis numidus(HAUG,1905)Gigantichthys numidus(HAUG,1905)

Onchopristis numidus(HAUG,1905) Gigantichthys numidus(HAUG,1905)

Reference: P40
Genus - Specie: Onchopristis numidus(HAUG,1905)Gigantichthys numidus(HAUG,1905)
Description: fossil fish, giant sawfish, carnivorous
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian(about 93-100 million years)
Common name: giant sawfish
Comments: Genus: Onchopristis(STROMER, 1917), Phylum: Chordata, Class: Chondrichthyes, Order: Sclerorhynchiformes, Suborder: Sclerorhynchoidei, Family: Sclerorhynchidae. Extinct genus. The Onchopristis is a close relative of the current sawfish, but with a much larger size and span. His diet was formed by fish that he hunted with the saw and that he crushed with his sharp teeth. It was one of the favorite prey of the giant Spinosaurus, with which it is often believed that they had fierce encounters for being the favorite food of this giant who also possessed powerful defense weapons like his mountain range to defend himself, although that did not help him much. Complete tooth, prepared by professionals in the fields of origin, free of matrix , very well preserved , minimal restoration, original fossil , authentic , no fake, large size, measures tooth : 80 x 40 mm and 74 x 31 mm, total weight: 97 grams , nice brown color, selected and chosen from among many specimens, presented in display box , excellent museum quality, Great value for the price. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping .
Location: Hammada-Du-Draa( Morocco)
Price: 75 E

Anguillavus quadripinnis (HAY,1903)

Anguillavus quadripinnis (HAY,1903)

Anguillavus quadripinnis (Hay,1903)

Reference: P33
Genus - Specie: Anguillavus quadripinnis (HAY,1903)
Description: fossil anguilla
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian(93 - 100 million years
Common name: fossil anguilla
Comments: anguilliforme , high , full , rare, rare , natural, without restoration quality plate measures 166 x 91 x 15 mm , eel measures : 122 mms
Location: Mont Liban ( Hadjoula ) Lebanon
Price: 120 E

Podolaspis sp. (NOVITSKAYA,1986)

Podolaspis sp. (NOVITSKAYA,1986)

Reference: P23
Genus - Specie: Podolaspis sp. (NOVITSKAYA,1986)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Devonian
Epoch-Stage-Strata: lower Devonian
Era: Paleozoic
Age: About 407-419 million years
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: rare , good quality, completely natural, without restoration or repair, or painting, good conservation , sparse, plate measures 65 x 57 mms, fish measures 61 x 39 mm , Weight: 172 grams , old network formation ( Dniester Series)
Location: Ternopil region (Old Red Sandstone of Podolia ) Ukraine
Price: 35 E

Lycoptera  sp. (Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚 Prolebias(Sauvage,1880)

Lycoptera sp. (Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚 Prolebias(Sauvage,1880)

Lycoptera sp. (Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚 Prolebias(Sauvage,1880)

Lycoptera sp. (Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚 Prolebias(Sauvage,1880)

Reference: P22
Genus - Specie: Lycoptera sp. (Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚 Prolebias(Sauvage,1880)
Description: fossil fish, ray-finned fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: (about 150 million years)
Common name: fossil fish, ray-finned fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Superorder: Osteoglossomorpha, Order: Lycopteriformes , Family: Lycopteridae, Genus: Lycoptera. Extint. The more than fifteen species dating from Lycoptera correspond to small freshwater fish. The majority of species were based on their diet, tiny organisms and plankton and were endowed with numerous tiny teeth. From the legendary deposits of the Jurassic and Cretaceous of Liaoning in China recognized worldwide for the complete variety of fish fossils found with great quality, detail and conservation. Fins tail and head intact, complete specimen, large size for the species, genuine, and authentic fossil, completely natural piece, no restoration , no repair, no paint, no composite, two complete fishes, extraordinary two complete specimens fossilized on the same plate and remains of another individual with almost complete spine, , large, measures plate-slab: 153 x 250 x 7 mm, measures fishes : 75 x 22 mm and 80 x 31 mm, weight: 351 grams, excellent museum quality, prepared by professionals, presented in a collection stand, collector's choice , more scarce than other more common species of Lycoptera, from old collection. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate.
Location: Yixian Formation,(The Jehol Biota), Liaoning province(China)
Price: 90 E

Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)

Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)

Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)

Reference: P18
Genus - Specie: Armigatus brevissimus (De BLAINVILLE,1818) Armigatus (L.GRANDE,1982)
Description: fossil fish
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian( about 93-100 million years)
Common name: fossil fish
Comments: uncommon,several fish fossilized in the same plate,two Armigatus and two other underdeveloped species,very nice specimens,very well preserved specimen,all natural, no repair,no glue,no restoration,no paint, no repair, excellente quality
Location: Hadjoula (Byblos) Lebanon
Price: 75 E

Aipichthys velifer(WOODWARD,1901), Aipichthys(BASSANI,1882)

Aipichthys velifer(WOODWARD,1901), Aipichthys(BASSANI,1882)

Aipichthys velifer(WOODWARD,1901), Aipichthys(BASSANI,1882)

Reference: P11
Genus - Specie: Aipichthys velifer(WOODWARD,1901), Aipichthys(BASSANI,1882) (KNER,1863)
Description: fossil fish , ray-finned fish; vertebrate
Period: Cretaceous
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Upper Cretaceous
Era: Mesozoic
Age: Cenomanian (about 93-100 million years)
Common name: fossil fish , ray-finned fish; vertebrate
Comments: Phylum:Chordata, Subphylum:Vertebrata, Infraphylum: Gnathostomata, Superclass:Osteichthyes, Class:Actinopterygii, Order: Polymixiiformes, Superfamily: Aipichthyoidea,Family: Aipichthyidae. Extint. One of the most exotic and rare fish of the Cretaceous fauna of Lebanon is the Aipichthys velifer, it is believed that Aipichthys was a predator of smaller fish, the genus became extinct during the Late Cretaceous, without leaving descendants. Coming from the legendary deposits of the Cenomanian of Lebanon, some of the richest and most important in the world, their pieces are highly valued for the complete variety of fish fossils found with great quality, detail and conservation. In addition to fish, other invertebrates and plants have been located in this formation extraordinarily preserved in these deposits that together with Green River in Wyoming and Monte Bolca (Italy) are among the most important in the world. Genuine and original authentic fossil, plate prepared and cut by professionals in the quarry of origin, natural piece, no restoration , no repair, no paint, no glue, positive mold, measures plate: 95 x 38 mm, measures fish : 38 x 40 mm , weight: 298 grams, fine quality, scarce . It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate. Worldwhide shipping.
Location: Haqil (Byblos)Lebanon
Price: 45 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles (Carcharodón) Megalodón

Reference: P9
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil shark tooth, meg
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: about 15 - 25 million
Common name: fossil shark tooth, meg
Comments: fossil meg of the mythical sites of the Miocene of South Carolina in Florida with it´s gray - green typical color ,nice,fine quality and color, natural, no restoration, no repair, no glue, no composite, no paint, well preserved specimen, well preserved serrations, bourlette and root, measures : 83 x 80 x 14 mm, weigth: 112 grms, scarce, (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: Beaufort County(South Carolina)USA
Price: 129 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles (Carcharodón) Megalodón

Reference: P8
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil shark tooth
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age:
Common name: fossil shark tooth
Comments: natural , complete, unrestored ,no repair, no glue, no paint, high quality, (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: Delta Missouri,USA
Price: 120 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P7
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Miocene Eocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: (about 15-25 million years)
Common name: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Comments: Genuine and authentic original fossil, extint, complete specimen, Fossil meg of the mythical sites of the fossil beds of Missouri Delta in USA with the characteristic black color, very nice specimen , excelente quality and color, no restoration, no repair, very well preserved specimen, bourlette and root, measures : 101 x 77 mm , weigth: 144 grams, excellent value for money. It is sent and delivered with certificate of authenticity. (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: (Missouri Delta)USA
Price: 175 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles (Carcharodón) Megalodón

Reference: P6
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodón(AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil shark tooth
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Pliocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age:
Common name: fossil shark tooth
Comments: natural, front tooth , less common , complete, no restoration, no repair, no glue, no paint,, measures 62 mm x 64 mm , (Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909)
Location: Morocco
Price: 90 E

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)

Reference: P5
Genus - Specie: Carcharocles(carcharodon)megalodon (AGASSIZ,1843)
Description: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Period: Neogene
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Middle Miocene
Era: Cenozoic
Age: Serravalian (about 12 million years ago)
Common name: fossil giant shark tooth, meg, primitive shark
Comments: These shark teeth are found in the phosphate mines of Polk County in Florida. These deposits are known worldwide for their fossils with a great variety of shades and different colors and characteristic white roots, unfortunately, it is not allowed to collect in this deposit due to the safety and responsibility rules since it is a mine currently exploited. We are lucky to get this amazing large collector's item with a great value for money. Genuine and authentic original fossil, extint, natural, complete specimen, sample of fossil shark tooth from the mythical deposits of the Miocene of Bone Valley in the United States, with its characteristic white root characteristic of the pieces of this deposit, very nice specimen , good quality and color, no restoration, no repair, no paint, no glue, well preserved specimen, bourlette and root, large specimen , measures : 141 x 108 mm , weigth: 171 grams, good value for money.(Photos: color recreation and in black and white: megalodon reconstruction by Bashford Dean in 1909) . It is sent and delivered with certificate of authenticity. Worldwhide Shipping.
Location: Bone Valley(Polk County) Florida(USA)
Price: 100 E

Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E.SAUVAGE,1880) Lycoptera(Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚

Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E.SAUVAGE,1880) Lycoptera(Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚

Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E.SAUVAGE,1880)Lycoptera(Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚

Reference: P3
Genus - Specie: Lycoptera davidi, Prolevias davidi (H.E.SAUVAGE,1880) Lycoptera(Müller,1847) 戴氏狼鰭魚
Description: fossil fish, ray-finned fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Period: Jurassic
Epoch-Stage-Strata: Late Jurassic
Era: Mesozoic
Age: (about 150 million years)
Common name: fossil fish, ray-finned fish, prehistoric fossil fish
Comments: Phylum: Chordata, Class: Actinopterygii, Superorder: Osteoglossomorpha, Order: Lycopteriformes , Family: Lycopteridae, Genus: Lycoptera. Extint. The more than fifteen species dating from Lycoptera correspond to small freshwater fish. The majority of species were based on their diet, tiny organisms and plankton and were endowed with numerous tiny teeth. From the legendary deposits of the Jurassic and Cretaceous of Liaoning in China recognized worldwide for the complete variety of fish fossils found with great quality, detail and conservation. Fins tail and head intact, complete specimens, large size for the species, genuine, and authentic fossil, completely natural piece, no restoration , no repair, no paint, no composite, complete fishes , large, rare two copies superimposed one on top of the other, measures plate-slab: 195 x 154 x 4 mm, measures fishes : 80 mm ( long ) x 25 mm, weight: 315 grams, excellent museum quality, prepared by professionals, presented in a collection stand, collector's choice , from old collection. It is delivered and shipped with authenticity certificate.
Location: Yixian Formation,(The Jehol Biota), Liaoning province(China)
Price: 160 E

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