Notorynchus kempi

SKU
K431
In stock
$160.00
Overview

A LARGE, ultra rare Top Quality, lower jaw Notorynchus kempi, Seven-gill Cow shark, tooth from Kent, Kazakhstan. This tooth has seven primary cusps. An Eocene (Bartonian) Cow shark species. Kazakh N. kempi teeth are quite rare and excellent examples are hard to locate. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A Perfect tooth. One of the finest localities for Eocene age shark teeth! 

K431          SIZE: 1-1/8"

Note - Adding 30 Kazakh Notorhynchus teeth in April 2022.    Kazakhstan Notorhynchus Catalog

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This catalog contains beautiful teeth from the Seven-gill Cow shark - Notoryncus kempi and other Notorynchus species. N. kempi lower jaw teeth are fairly large and noted for a saw-like row of cusps and wide rectangular roots. Upper jaw teeth vary from single crowns to fewer multi-crowns. The preservation of these middle Eocene teeth is outstanding - showing exquisite detail. These teeth have been hand selected from a large group to ensure excellent condition, great color, and extra large size. These are highly attractive and fairly rare fossil shark teeth from a very unique deposit. Our best selection ever with many very difficult to find position teeth. You rarely see this many upper jaw teeth. This collection took some time to assemble! These are highly attractive fossil shark teeth from a very unique deposit. These are beautiful flawless or near flawless teeth! Another excellent selection ever from my old inventory! I have not seen a new supply for 10+ years.

Note - all teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted.