Paronychodon lacustris

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An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Paronychodon lacustris tooth from Montana. A theropod from the Troodonidae family.  An August Fossil of the Month. These teeth are recurved, flat, with strong longitudinal grooves running the length of the crown. They are non-serrate and may be related to Richardoestesia (see below). No cracks. No repair or restoration. Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Garfield Co., Montana. Authenticity guaranteed. Maximum size. Perfect tooth. 

DB01       Size: 11/16"

Note - Adding 10 new Paronychodon teeth in August 2022      Link to Paronychodon catalog.


Paronychodon was a theropod dinosaur genus, and thought to be in the Troodonidae family.  This a late Cretaceous dinosaur that lived from the Campanian to Maastrichian (70 to 66 MYA). So, they were present in the Judith River and Hell Creek Fm. Teeth Have been found, but not much else to describe this theropod. Note - Paronychodon teeth are typically found with  teeth and they may be related much like the recent Sauronitholestes & Zapsalis teeth description (where  Zapsalis in the Judith River Fm. is now described as the premaxillary tooth).