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Click to enlarge   Name Iguanodon sp (Juvenile vertebra)
  ref VERT851
  We always associate dinosaur bones as being large and heavy but we always forget that dinosaurs also have infants. Here we have a small Iguanadon vertebra from a juvenile. The vertebra is preserved matrix free and has good faces on it, which are usually worn. A lovely example, one for the collector!!
  Age Cretaceous, Wealden, Wessex Formation
  Size Size of Vertebra 25mm x 15mm
  location Brook Bay, Isle of Wight
 
  price £ 27.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Crocodilian Tooth (Stunning example)
  ref VERT849
  This large and beautifully preserved crocodile tooth was found many years ago and has resided in the same collection until now. The patina and colouration separates this from the more average ones that might be seen for sale elsewhere. An exceptional tooth!!
  Age Oligocene, Hempstead Beds
  Size Length of tooth 27mm
  location Bouldnor, Isle of Wight
 
  price £ 42.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Crocodilian Scute (Beautiful detail)
  ref VERT848
  From an old collection comes this beautifully preserved crocodile scute. The scutes made up the crocodile's body armour. The colour of this specimen is a lovely light brown which is unusual as most of these are preserved in black.
  Age Oligocene, Hempstead Beds
  Size Size of scute 45mm x 30mm
  location Bouldnor, Isle of Wight
 
  price £ 27.50
   
 
Click to enlarge   Name Bothriodon sp. (Mammal Incisor tooth)(Rare)
  ref VERT844
  We at Fossils Direct strive to bring unusual and rare material for sale to the collector. Here we have a very rare mammal incisor tooth from an extinct pig like creature. It belonged to the extinct genus of Anthracotheriid artiodactyl with roamed the land some 30 million years ago. The specimen has been preserved matrix free and is of good size. A great addition to any collection.
  Age Oligocene, Hempstead Beds
  Size Length of tooth 43mm
  location Bouldnor, Isle of Wight
 
  price £ 67.50
   
 
 
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