Avisaurus archibaldi

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A rare, Top Quality Avisaurus archibaldi tooth from the Hell Creek Fm. of Montana. A extinct primitive toothed bird from the Enantiornithine bird family. These teeth are triangular and thin, and the crown is non-serrate and may have longitudinal ridges. The root has to has a strong vertical notch. No cracks. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Carter Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. 

DM06       Size: 3/16"+

Note - Adding 10 new Avisaurus teeth in July 2021      Link to Avisaurus catalog.

Avisaurus means "bird lizard". It is a genus of Enantiornithine bird from the Late Cretaceous of North America with two known species. They looked very much like birds except for the claws on the end of their arms and jaws with teeth!