Camptosaurus Dispar Toe Bone

ITEM CODE: WYMORDIN1

GENUS/SPECIES NAME:  Camptosaurus dispar

Class Archosauria, Order Ornithischia, Suborder Ornithopoda, Family Iguanodontidae

GEOLOGICAL AGE:  Upper Jurassic (145 million years old)

STRATIGRAPHIC FORMATION:  Morrison Formation

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautifully inflated toe (pedis) bone of the Jurassic dinosaur Camptosaurus dispar, derived from the Morrison Formation of the Big Horn Basin, Wyoming.  The bone quality is superb, a rich black, and the surface features are finely preserved, with minimal deformation.  Osteophyte formation of the proximal margin of this specimen can be observed. A most handsome example of a toe bone from the Jurassic ornithopod dinosaur Camptosaurus dispar, and sure to be a fine addition to any Jurassic fossil collection!

GRADE: 4.06 (Out of 5.0) Please see grading system.

SIZE:  7.5 cm x 6.0 cm x 8.0 cm

ITEM CODE:  WYMORDIN1

PRICE:  $350

 

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