Marine Reptile Teeth & Fossils

Marine Reptile Teeth & Fossils

Buried Treasure Fossils offers rare, top quality mosasaurus teeth for sale as well as crocodile, globidens, and plesiosaur teeth from the Cretaceous Period. Authenticity guaranteed. Have a look.

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  1. Prognathodon anceps (Mosasaurus)
    $65.00

    A High Quality Prognathodon anceps tooth from the phosphate mining region, Khouribga, Morocco. P. anceps is one of the largest mosasaur species known with huge nearly round teeth used for crushing prey.  Exceptional condition and preservation. Note - the large Moroccan Mosasaurs have been renamed to a Prognathodon genus. No repair or restoration.  Authenticity guaranteed. This is a great specimen.

    M1076        SIZE: 1-7/8"    (1-1/8" wide) 

    Note - Adding 14 new Mosasaur teeth in October 2022. -->  Link to Mosasaur teeth.

     

     

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  2. Globidens aegyptiacus
    $65.00

    An EXTRA LARGETop Quality Globidens aegyptiacus  tooth from the Khouribga Basin (phosphate sedimentary basin) in Morocco. This is a specialized marine mosasaur that is Cretaceous in age. Nicely articulated and well preserved. Authenticity guaranteed. A perfect tooth.

    M1103        SIZE: 3/4" H  x 1-1/8" W

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  3. Plesiosaur (Zarafasaura oceanis)              
    $60.00

    A well preserved, Zarafasaura oceanis Plesiosaur tooth, a large extinct upper Cretaceous marine reptile from the phosphate  region (Oulad Abdoun Basin), Khouribga, Morocco. This Plesiosaur has been named Zarafasaura oceanis in 2011. Two cracks. No restoration. A fantastic specimen. Authenticity guaranteed. 

    M1126             SIZE: 1-13/16"

    Note - Posted nine new Plesiosaur teeth in October 2022.  -->  Link to Moroccan Plesiosaur teeth

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  4. Mosasaurus beaugei
    $60.00

    A TOP QUALITY Mosasaurus beaugei tooth from the Cretaceous of Morocco. Excellent preservation. Note - the well defined ridges running the length of the crown - a M. beaugei characteristic. No repair or restoration.This is one of the more difficult of the large Mosasaur species to find. An excellent collector's Mosasaur tooth. Museum Quality. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M1077           SIZE: 1-3/8"   

    Note - Adding 17 new Mosasaur teeth in November 2021.   -->   Link to Mosasaur teeth.

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  5. Elosuchus cherifiensis
    $60.00

    A top quality Elosuchus cherifiensis crocodile tooth from the Kem Kem region of Morocco. Incredible detail and color. Wide crown (15/16" W). These crocodile teeth are Mid Cretaceous epoch, Cenomanian stage (96 million years ago). An exceptional collector's tooth. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed.

    M1374       SIZE: 1-3/8"  (15/16" W)

    Note - Adding 7 crocodile teeth from Morocco in January 2022.  Moroccan Crocodile catalog link.

     

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  6. Globidens aegyptiacus
    $60.00

    An Extra LARGETop Quality Globidens aegyptiacus  tooth from the Khouribga Basin (phosphate sedimentary basin) in Morocco. This is a specialized shelling crushing marine mosasaur that is Cretaceous in age. Nicely articulated and well preserved. Note – this is a rare anterior (front) tooth with the conical shape. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth! 

    M1110          SIZE: 1-1/8" H  x 3/4" W

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  7. Platecarpus ptychodon
    $55.00

    A TOP QUALITY Platecarpus tooth, a medium sized Cretaceous Mosasaur from Lane Co., Kansas. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. You don't see these teeth very often.

    KS101        Size: 15/16"

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  8. Araripesuchus wegeneri
    $55.00

    A RARE, Top Quality juvenile Araripesuchus wegenari crocodile tooth from the Kem Kem beds of Morocco. A scarce rooted tooth. Incredible detail and color. Note - the Araripesuchus has a flattened crown which gives it a flattened oval profile when viewed from the base. Thought to have a mixed diet that may have included vegetation. These crocodile teeth are middle Cretaceous epoch, Cenomanian stage (96 million years ago). An exceptional collector's tooth. No repair. No restoration. Authenticity guaranteedI have seen few of this crocodile species.

    M1376       SIZE: 15/16"   

    Note - Adding 7 crocodile teeth from Morocco in October 2022.  Moroccan Crocodile catalog link.

     

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  9. Globidens aegyptiacus
    $55.00

    A rare Top Quality Globidens aegypticus Mosasaur tooth from the phosphate mining area near Amman, Jordan. Excellent condition and preservation. No repair or restoration. Complete tooth.  These teeth are late Cretaceous age.  Note - this Mosasaur is renamed to the Prognathodon genus. Authenticity guaranteed. Rare location!

    J221            SIZE: 1-1/16"  W

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  10. Prognathodon anceps (Mosasaurus)
    $50.00

    A Quality Prognathodon anceps tooth from the phosphate mining region, Khouribga, Morocco. P. anceps is one of the largest mosasaur species known with huge nearly round teeth used for crushing prey.  Exceptional condition and preservation. Note - the large Moroccan Mosasaurs have been renamed to a Prognathodon genus. No repair or restoration.  Authenticity guaranteed. This is a good specimen.

    M1078        SIZE: 2-1/4"    (1-3/8" wide) 

    Note - Adding 14 new Mosasaur teeth in October 2022. -->  Link to Mosasaur teeth.

     

     

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  11. Globidens aegyptiacus
    $50.00

    LARGETop Quality Globidens aegyptiacus  tooth from the Khouribga Basin (phosphate sedimentary basin) in Morocco. This is a specialized marine mosasaur that is Cretaceous in age. Nicely articulated and well preserved. Authenticity guaranteed. Perfect tooth! 

    M1109          SIZE: 3/4" H  x 1" W

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  12. Mosasaur vertebra
    $47.50

    An EXTRA LARGE, Top Quality Mosasaur vertebra from the phosphate mining region, Khouribga, Morocco. This is a thick and heavy vertebra. No repair or restoration.  Authenticity guaranteed. 

    M1177        SIZE: 3-3/4" x 4-1/2"  (2-1/8" thick)    

    Note - Adding 7 new Mosasaur vertebra in November 2022. -->  Link to Mosasaur fossils.

     

     

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