1.2" Rare, Cretaceous Crocodile (Goniopholis) Tooth in Situ - England

This is a rare, 1.2" long tooth of a Lower Cretaceous age Crocodile (Goniopholis sp.). It was collected from the Wessex Formation in West Sussex, England. The Wealden Group of the Wessex Formation is Cretaceous - Barremian Stage in age, meaning this tooth is approximately 130 million years old. It has been exposed from the rock it was found in, though it has been left with a section of rock attached for 'in situ' presentation.

Comes with an acrylic display stand.


DETAILS
SPECIES
Goniopholis sp.
LOCATION
Horsham, West Sussex, England
FORMATION
Wessex Formation, Wealden Group
SIZE
1.2" long tooth, entire specimen 2.9 x 2.6"
ITEM
#177062
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