A GEM Thescelosaurus neglectus maxillary tooth crown from the late Cretaceous of northern North America. Thescelosaurus is a mid-sized dinosaur found in the Hell Creek formation. The enamel is excellent quality with excellent color / patina. No wear faucet from grinding on opposing teeth. Note - no strong center ridge and good crown asymmetry (see Thesc-Pachy maxillary teeth differentiation discussion below). No cracks or restoration. A rare Thesc maxillary tooth! Legally collected on private land in the Hell Creek Fm., Powder River Co., Montana. An excellent collector's quality Thescelosaurus tooth. Note - tooth comes with the gem case pictured. Authenticity guaranteed.
DI06 SIZE: 3/8"
Note - Adding 17 new Thescelosarus fossils in July 2018. Link to Thesc fossils catalog