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Click to enlarge   Name Temnodontosaurus platyodon (Massive specimen)
  ref VERT924
  Ths tooth root was shown to the vertebrate curators in the NHM in London in the early 1980's and they said it was one of the largest tooth roots they had ever seen!! The specimen itself was discovered in soft clay in 1967 and has amazing detail and colouration. Temnodontosaurus was the largest of the Ichthyosaurs, growing to lengths of around forty five feet long. Their eye sockets could grow up to 10.4" across. This particular specimen, if it had its crown, would have been around 5" long. A truly massive marine reptile which roamed the seas around 200 million years ago. One for the collector of one off Ichthyosaurus specimens.
  Age Jurassic, Lower Lias, Obtusum Zone
  Size Size of specimen 67mm x 45mm x 28mm
  location Church Cliffs, Lyme Regis, Dorset, UK
  price £ 164.95
Click to enlarge   Name Colymbosaurus trochanterius (Rare)
  ref VERT975
  This is only the second example of plesiosaur remains we have heard about or come across from Faringdon. This extremely rare type of cretaceous plesiosaur vertebra is complete and has wonderful detail throughout. The specimen has not been prepared but left natural as the sponge gravel matrix is still attached to the vertebra. This feature will be important to the collector as it pinpoints the locality. It was discovered in 1973/74 and has remained in the same collection ever since. One for the serious collector.
  Age Cretaceous, U. Aptian, Faringdon Sponge Gravels
  Size Size of Vertebra 70mm x 58mm x 43mm
  location Wicklesham Pit, Faringdon, Oxfordshire
  price £ 74.95
Click to enlarge   Name Iguanodon sp. (Very nice Vertebra)
  ref VERT969
  Age Cretaceous, Wealden, Wessex Formation
  Size Size of vertebra 70mm x 50mm
  location Brook Bay, Isle of Wight
  price £ 165.00
Click to enlarge   Name Ichthyosaur vertebra (Rare locality)
  ref VERT963
  This large ichthyosaur vertebra was discovered in 1971 from a temporary exposure and has remained in the same collection ever since. The vertebra would make a really good addition for the collector of UK vertebrate material.
  Age Jurassic, Oxford Clay,
  Size Size of vertebra 80mm x 80mm
  location Woodhurst, Huntingham, UK
  price £ 39.95
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