Fossil Shark Tooth Literature
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- Handbook of Paleoichthyology - Volume 3A By Rainer Zangerl$225.00
Chondrichthyes I - The is the Paleozoic Elasmobranchii reference book equivalent to Cappetta's book. This text is also a 2004 Reprint in very limited quantities. This is without a doubt the best and most comprehensive book published about the fossil sharks to date covering the Paleozoic era. Excellent text and fantastic illustrations of shark teeth. Hard bound with118 pages - heavy weight and glossy. Includes 116 figures. ** One book remains***
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- Handbook of Paleoichthyology - Volume 3B by Henri Cappetta$225.00
Cappetta's book is back with a 2004 Reprint in very limited quantities.This is without a doubt the best and most comprehensive book published about the fossil sharks to date covering the Mesozoic and Cenozoic eras (Triassic to Pliocene).
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- Fossil Collector's Guidebook to the North Sulfur River By McKinzie, et. al.$55.00
An excellent guide to the late Cretaceous and Pleistocene fossils of the N. Sulfur River of Texas. An exceptional guide to the N. Sulfur River teeth and other Cretaceous sites. Out of print.
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- The Collector's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays By Welton & Farrish$47.50
The Collector's Guide to Fossil Sharks and Rays From the Cretaceous of Texas. A must have book for collectors and professionals for the Cretaceous teeth of Texas and elsewhere. One of my favorites!
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- An Illustrated Guide to the British Middle Eocene Vertebrates By Kemp, Kemp, & Ward$45.00
A fantastic guide to the shark teeth of the middle Eocene. This book is out of print.
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- Seal / Dolphin - A Skeletal Comparison of Two Marine Mammals By John Timmerman$35.00
The book provides an excellent review of the skeletal remains of two marine mammals commonly found in the Miocene to recent marine deposits. An excellent guide to identifying your fossil mammal finds. Great guide for Lee Creek fossils.
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- Megalodon - Hunting the Hunter By Mark Renz$30.00
Excellent text and fantastic photographs of Megs and other shark teeth. It is a must have for any serious Meg or shark tooth collector. Includes 17 pages of full color photos (exceptional specimens) and lots of B&W photos throughout. An exceptional "coffee table" book with amazing collection pieces to share with friends and guests.
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- Neogene Fossils of North Carolina By Chandler & Timmerman$20.00
My recommendation for the collector's first reference guide to identify their Miocene - Pliocene age collection pieces. A must for the Lee Creek fossil collector - shark teeth and other fossils.
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- Cretaceous and Paleogene Fossils of North Carolina By John Timmerman and Richard Chandler$20.00
The North Carolina Fossil Club provides an excellent guide to the Cretaceous - Eocene - Paleocene - Oligocene shark teeth from North Carolina. My recommendation for the collector's first reference guide to identify their Cretaceous - Paleocene - Eocene collection pieces.
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- Sharktooth Hill Fossil Finder's and Information Guide By Ciampaglio & Ricketts$20.00
The Buena Vista Museum publishes a new and improved guide to the fossil sharks of Sharktooth Hill. This guide has been expanded to 35 pages and now includes color photos of all of teeth. A must have for the Miocene fossil collector of California. Great value!
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