Neotherium mirum (walrus)

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An excellent Neotherium mirum jaw section (left mandible) from the Sharktooth Hill area, near Bakersfield, California. A February Fossil of the Month. Neotherium is a basal walrus. This left mandible has one complete molar and a canine. Excellent preservation and excellent color. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A Museum Quality Neotherium specimen! Note: ST1022 is asscoiated with ST023.

ST1022             SIZE: 4-1/4" (1-7/8" H)

This catalog contains teeth and jaw sections from a very rare and very large Primitive Sea Lion - Allodesmus kernensis. This catalog contains some very rare jaw sections with multiple teeth and superb specimen teeth that are wonderfully preserved. The Sharktooth Hill site produces exceptional Alledesmus teeth. We are offering some the largest and highest quality teeth from this rare primitive Sea Lion.

We are also offering very rare jaws with teeth from the Neotherium mirum is a smaller basal walrus relative of the Allodesmus.   Have a look at this rare offering from the Bob Ernst collection. It is very unlikely that you have a large Alledesmus tooth in your Sharktooth Hill collection. These are some of Bob Ernst's best!