By danco, December 9, 2010 in Fossil ID. Millions of years ago, that now-dry land right beside a highway was likely covered by the Gulf of Mexico, currently located about 350 miles away, Maisch notes. This 16.7" specimen is gorgeously preserved and … Dinosaur Fossils; Dinosaur Tumblers & Mugs; Fossil Jewelry; Fossil Displays & Supplies; Gems & Minerals; Home Decor Items; ... stingray teeth. Maisch unearthed the fossil stingray teeth while conducting fieldwork with Becker on a dry piece of land near Malvern, Arkansas. Stingray Plates – These fossils are of a stingray’s mouth plates used to grasps and crush their food. Stingray Fossils. So if you buy 1 or 100 lots the total shipping will only be $4.90.

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RARE & NOTABLE SCIENTIFIC TEXTS FROM OUR ARCHIVES. During mating season, some stingray species fully change their tooth morphology which then returns to baseline during non-mating seasons.-The teeth shown in the images are an average representation of what you could receive. not rated $ 7.00 Add to cart. $5.99 + $4.00 shipping . Stingray Teeth. Shark teeth range in size from microscopic to 6+ inches! Lot of 15 fossil Sting Ray teeth from Peace River fossils found with shark teeth. These rays are one of the more rare fossils from the Green River Formation and are highly coveted by collectors for their beauty. This 16.3" specimen is gorgeously preserved and … $3.00 + $4.90 shipping . 2 Fossil Stingray Teeth from Maryland 14-20 mm 7 grams RD42. Cetacean Fossils ... Fossil shark teeth, the most collected fossil in the world, are the most common fossil found in the neighboring phosphate mine. “As I was extracting and classifying all the fossil vertebrates, I found teeth that I knew belonged to a stingray, but I didn’t know what species,” Maisch explains. Recommended Posts. Fossil Discussion ; Fossil ID ; Stingray Teeth Sign in to follow this . Fish, Shark & Stingray Collection. Cretaceous Fossil Fish Teeth Xiphactinus Teeth Protosphyraena Teeth Myledaphus (Stingray) Teeth Xiphactinus audax Teeth 85 million year old complete shed Xiphactinus tooth, over 2cm long. Price $ 15.00 F109 SOLD 85 million year old complete shed Xiphactinus tooth, over 2.5cm long. -One gem jar with a few fossilized stingray teeth This is a stunning fossil stingray (Heliobatis radians) from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. WAYNE, NJ – After discovering teeth that belong to a new species of fossil stingray in southwest Arkansas, a William Paterson University adjunct professor named … Squalicorax Tooth – Also called the Crow Shark, this animal reached 15 to 16 feet in length and had triangular, flattened teeth.

[8] Male stingrays display sexual dimorphism by developing cusp, or pointed ends, to some of their teeth. 10 fossil shark teeth ammonites and 100 gemstones per lot. These rays are one of the more rare fossils from the Green River Formation and are highly coveted by collectors for their beauty. $2.70. Price SOLD F100 85 million year old complete shed Xiphactinus tooth, over 2.5cm long. This is a stunning fossil stingray (Heliobatis radians) from the Green River Formation in Wyoming. 10 real stingray teeth per lot. I charge $4.90 shipping for the first lot and free shipping for each additional lot.