An ultra rare, Top Quality Janassa bituminosa, an extinct primitive shark tooth, from the Paleozoic era in Nebraska. A May Fossil of the Month. Matrix free specimen - complete tooth! Great color. A very well preserved specimen. No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. An incredibly rare exceptional collector's tooth! Note - This tooth is pictured in "A Pictorial Guide to Fossils" by Gerard R. Case; page 239.
Age: Upper Pennsylvanian (295 MYA); Kanwaka Fm.
Location: Cass Co., Nebraska
Z005 SIZE: 1-3/16"
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