A Phytosaur tooth from the Bull Canyon Formation. Phytosaurs were large, semi-aquatic Late Triassic reptiles. This is a nice big tooth with good enamel and serrations. Features a bit of damage and a repair. Comes labelled and stored in an acrylic case with padding.
Condition: Good/Very Good
Size: 0.75 inch
Age: 220 Million Years
Locality: Quay County, New Mexico (Redonda Formation)