Gomphotherium

Gomphotherium

Excellent Gomphotherium teeth examples, an extinct elephant ancestor, that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. These complete molars were found in So. Carolina. Authenticity guaranteed.

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  1. Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative)
    $695.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative) molar.  This strange ancestral elephant had two large shovel tusks on the front of its lower jaw. Excellent evenly worn cusps. Partial root section. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece from an unusual species.

    X608                Size: 7-1/2"  x  3-1/4" W  x  3-1/2" H 

    Name: Platybelodon (Gomphotherium relative)

    Age:  Miocene - Pliocene

    Location: Linxia Basin, Gansu, Northwestern China

    Please note the this item was legally obtained in the US in the early 1980s.

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  2. Gomphotherium
    $675.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Exceptional unerupted cusps. Partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.

    X602                Size: 6-1/4"  x  3" W  x  3-3/4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene\

    Location: Ashapoo River, Colleton Co., SC

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  3. Gomphotherium
    $650.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Excellent worn cusps. Good partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 4 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.    Note: international shipping cost will be calculated. Please request quote.

    X603               Size: 6-1/2"  x  3-1/2" W  x  3-3/4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus  (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene

    Location: Morgan River, Beaufort Co., SC

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  4. Gomphotherium
    $650.00

    A beautifully perserved Miocene Gomphotherium molar.  An extinct elephant ancestor that evolved in the Early Miocene of North America. Very nice, evenly worn cusps. Good partial root. Well fossilized. Weighs 3 lbs+. No damage. No repair. An exceptional display piece.

    X601                Size: 5"  x  3-1/4" W  x  4" H 

    Name: Cuvieronius tropicus (Gomphotherium)

    Age:  Miocene - Pliocene

    Location: Morgan River, Beaufort Co., SC

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