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  • Acanthopyge sp


    This is an EXTREMELY RARE lichid trilobite from Morocco, Acanthopyge. Real, non composited specimens are nearly impossible to acquire because not only are they rare, but they tend to be found disarticulated and the original locality was collected out years ago. This specimen is 3.25″ long, has great shell preservation, and is covered in tiny pustules. It comes from the Marakib Formation near Jbel Issomour, Morocco.

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    Basilosaurus Jaw Primitive Whale


    The Middle to Late Eocene formations of Southwestern Morocco contains a diverse fauna of Basilosaurs including more than half a dozen described species of the genus’ Dorudon, Stromerius, Saghacetus, Eocetus, Platyosphys and Basilosaurus.

  • Charcharodontosaurus Saharicus


    Carcharodontosaurus is an extinct genus of theropod dinosaurs belonging tothe Carcharodontosauridae clade that lived between 112 and 93.5 Ma , from the Lower Albian to Lower Turonian during the ” Middle Cretaceous ” in what is now North Africa .It includes two species, C. saharicus and C. iguidensis which are among the largest theropods , rivaling or even exceeding in size Tyrannosaurus , Giganotosaurus or Spinosaurus .

  • Comura bultyncki


    This is a long Comura bultyncki trilobite from Ofaten, Morocco. Preparing a trilobite such as this requires 60+ hours under microscope. It has dozen of free-standing spines and you can even see tiny eye facets in both eyes. This is a top quality specimen.

  • Giant Symphisurina Asaphus Trilobite


    Trilobite fossils garner attention from collectors around the world for their wide variety of sizes and shapes. Offered is an impressive and rare Moroccan trilobite, Symphisurina asaphus, beautifully preserved on matrix. The color contrast of this unique specimen against the soft tones of the matrix, as well as its prodigious size, makes this example an outstanding display specimen. Measures 13in long.

  • Goulmimichthys arambourgi


    Goulmimichthys is an extinct genus of ray-finned fishes in the family Pachyrhizodontidae. The genus, first described by Cavin in 1995,[1][2] is known from various Turonian age formations. The type species G. arambourgi from the Akrabou Formation in the El Rachidia Province of Morocco

  • Longianda termieri (Neltner & Poctey, 1950)


    This is a spectacular of Longianda termieri (Neltner & Poctey, 1950) from the Issafen Formation of Morocco. It has been beautifully prepared in high relief against the surrounding shale and the natural, rust colored highlights around the edges adds to the aesthetics of the piece.

  • Lot of Otodus sokolovi (Carcharocles auriculatus)


    This shark was an ancestor to the Megalodon which lived some 20 million years later. In the past, these teeth have typically been labeled as Carcharocles auriculatus but based on the newest research and classifications Otodus sokolovi would be the correct name. This shark represents a transitional species between Otodus (Carcharocles) auriculatus and Otodus (Carcharocles) angustidens.

  • Neltneria termieri


    This is a Lower Cambrian trilobite (Neltneria termieri) from Issafen Formation. This is one of the more uncommon species in the formation. The specimen has been prepared to bring it out in good relief against the rock by carving around the spines.

  • Parvilichas marochii (Corbacho & Vela 2013)


    This is a nice specimen of a recently described genus of Early Ordovician trilobite from the Zagora Region of Morocco, Parvilichas marochii. Parvilichas is similar to the monster lichid trilobite Uralichas but differs in that it is much smaller with proportionally larger eyes and longer genal spines. This is a rare trilobite and I’ve only seen a handful of examples on the market, all for substantially higher prices than this one.

  • Pliosaure vertebrat


    The site of Goulmima (south Morocco) is well known for its rich marine fauna of Turonian age (Late Cretaceous). It has yielded a large variety of invertebrates but also of vertebrate taxa, represented by actinopterygians and marine reptiles including Plesiosauria (Sauropterygia) and Mosasauroidea (Squamata).

  • Tethysaurus Jaw


    Tethysaurus is an extinct genus of tethysaurine mosasauroid from the Early Turonian (Late Cretaceous) period. The only species is Tethysaurus nopcsai.

  • Tremaglaspis sp


    Aglaspidida is an extinct order of aquatic arthropods that were once regarded as primitive chelicerates. However, anatomical comparisons demonstrate that the aglaspidids cannot be accommodated within the chelicerates,and that they lie instead within the Artiopoda, thus placing them closer to the trilobites. Aglaspidida contains the subgroups Aglaspididae and Tremaglaspididae, which are distinguished by the presence of acute/spinose genal angles and a long spiniform tailspine in the Aglaspididae.

  • Zlichovaspis rugosa


    This is an Odontochile Trilobite. The trilobite itself measures 3 1/4 inches in length and dates back to the Devonian time period approximately 400 million years ago. This trilobite is from Morocco, North Africa. I handpicked it myself and was careful to choose specimens with no restoration or paint, including this piece.