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Seymouria, amphibian skeleton
Seymouria, amphibian skeleton 
Seymouria (pronounced see-MORE-ee-ah) is named after Seymour, Texas where it was first found. It was... VIEW
resin & fiberglas 
28.5x21.5 inches  |  Item 460 

$302.00 

Sclerocephalus hauseri, Permian Amphibian
Sclerocephalus hauseri, Permian Amphibian 
Sclerocephalus hauseri
Permian Amphibian

Sclerocephalus hauseri is a type of a... VIEW

resin 
11x5.75 inches  |  Item 1617 

$37.00 

Sclerocephalus hauseri, Amphibian Skeleton
Sclerocephalus hauseri, Amphibian Skeleton 
Scientific Name: Sclerocephalus hauseri, Amphibian Skeleton

Location: Germany
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resin 
43x21 inches  |  Item 1874 

$500.00 

Propelodytes wagneri, Messel frog
Propelodytes wagneri, Messel frog 
The Messel Pit located near Darmstadt, Germany is one of the richest sites for understanding the liv... VIEW
resin 
4.25 x 2.75 inches  |  Item 1114 

$25.00 

Propelodytes wagneri, Messel frog
Propelodytes wagneri, Messel frog 
The Messel Pit located near Darmstadt, Germany is one of the richest sites for understanding the liv... VIEW
resin 
8.25x7 inches  |  Item 837 

$27.00 

Platyrhinops (Amphibamus) lyelli, early amphibian skeleton
Platyrhinops (Amphibamus) lyelli, early amphibian skeleton 
Amphibians, familiar to most people as frogs, toads, and salamanders, first appeared at the end of t... VIEW
resin 
4.5 x 2.25 inches  |  Item 90 

$25.00 

Parisphinctes, large ammonite
Parisphinctes, large ammonite 
Perisphinctes is an extinct genus of ammonite cephalopod. They lived during the Late Jurassic Epoch ... VIEW
resin 
21 x17 inches  |  Item 1876 

$300.00 

Palaeobatrachis, Messel Frog
Palaeobatrachis, Messel Frog 
Considering that the Messel location was a series of lakes, it is remarkable that very few amphibian... VIEW
resin 
5-5/8" x 5" x 5/8"  |  Item 3147 

$98.00 

Nothosaurus, skeleton
Nothosaurus, skeleton 
This is a wonderfully detailed hand-painted, skeletal replica of a primitive Triassic nothosaur, a s... VIEW
resin 
26.5x14 inches  |  Item 1620 

$107.00 

Messelornis cristata, Messel, Bird, Rail
Messelornis cristata, Messel, Bird, Rail 
In spite of the fact that most of the prehistoric Messel area was covered by lakes, typical waterfow... VIEW
resin 
9 x 11-1/2 x 3/4  |  Item 3148 

$145.00 

Koskinonodon perfecta, Metaposaur amphibina skull
Koskinonodon perfecta, Metaposaur amphibina skull 
Koskinonodon perfectus was a Temnospondyli amphibian from the Late Triassic of North America. This 2... VIEW
resin & fiberglas 
23.5 x17.5 plate 17x17 skull  |  Item 1109 

$152.00 

Greererpeton burkemorani, skull, large
Greererpeton burkemorani, skull, large 
Greererpeton is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the Mauch Chunk Formation, Mississip... VIEW
resin 
7.5" long x 5" wide  |  Item 971 

$62.00 

Greererpeton burkemorani, skull small
Greererpeton burkemorani, skull small 
Greererpeton is an extinct genus of temnospondyl amphibian from the Mauch Chunk Formation, Mississip... VIEW
resin 
5.75" long x 4.5" wide  |  Item 972 

$62.00 

Eryops megacephalus, skull
Eryops megacephalus, skull 
Eryops (pronounced EAR-ee-ops) (meaning "long eye" or "drawn-out eye" in Greek) was a common, primit... VIEW
resin 
13.5" l x 11.5" w x 4.5" h  |  Item 1960 

$499.00 

Eryops megacephalus, skeleton
Eryops megacephalus, skeleton 
Eryops (pronounced EAR-ee-ops) (meaning "long eye" or "drawn-out eye" in Greek) was a common, primit... VIEW
resin 
5.5 feet long  |  Item 1961 

$12,250.00 

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