Albertavenator currieri - Horseshoe Canyon Fm Troodon

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A RARE, Albertavenator curriei  (Troodon) tooth from the Horseshoe Canyon Fm. of Alberta, Canada. Troodontid teeth are known for their very unique shaped teeth with unusually large distal serrations. The enamel is excellent with an excellent brown color.  Excellent large posterior and good anterior serrations. Please note that the Troodon teeth may or may not have anterior (mesial) serrations. The tip is excellent. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Horseshoe Canyon Fm., Alberta, Canada. These Albertavenator teeth were collected pre-July 1978 and a Confirmation Certificate #001427 was granted (see photos). Authenticity guaranteed. This is your chance to own a rare, quality Troodon tooth. Perfect tooth.  Note - A gem jar will be included as photographed. 

DO36       SIZE: 1/4"

Note - Adding 12 new Albertavenator Troodontid teeth in November 2023.     Link to Troodon catalog.

Albertavenator is the "Alberta hunter" which is named after Phil Currie. It is found in the Horsethief member of the Horseshoe Canyon Fm., and is late Cretaceous age (71 mya).