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Eryops megacelphalus, amphibian
Eryops megacelphalus, amphibian 
Eryops (pronounced EAR-ee-ops) (meaning "long eye" or "drawn-out eye" in Greek) was a common, primit... VIEW
resin & fiberglas 
12.5 x 9.5 skull 20 x 15 plate  |  Item 1108 

$152.00 

Eryops megacelphalus, amphibian
Eryops megacelphalus, amphibian 
Eryops (pronounced EAR-ee-ops) (meaning "long eye" or "drawn-out eye" in Greek) was a common, primit... VIEW
resin & fiberglas 
17 x 11.5 x 5 inches  |  Item 2413 

$200.00 

Eopelobates wagneri, Messel Frog
Eopelobates wagneri, Messel Frog 
Considering that the Messel location was a series of lakes, it is remarkable that very few amphibian... VIEW
resin 
8-1/2 x 7-1/4 x 3/4  |  Item 3146 

$110.00 

Diplocaulus, amphibian skull
Diplocaulus, amphibian skull 
Diplocaulus was an early amphibian distinguished by a boomerang shaped head formed by two elongated ... VIEW
Resin 
12" x 6" x 1.5"  |  Item 67 

$97.00 

Diplocaulus magnicornis, life sculpture
Diplocaulus magnicornis, life sculpture 
Diplocaulus was an early amphibian distinguished by a boomerang shaped head formed by two elongated ... VIEW
resin 
24x14x2 inches  |  Item 788 

$399.00 

Diplocaulus magnicornis
Diplocaulus magnicornis 
Diplocaulus was an aquatic amphibian that grew up to 3 feet in length. Unlike most of the other rept... VIEW
resin 
10" wide x 5 7/8" long  |  Item 975 

$199.00 

Amphibian Trackway
Amphibian Trackway 
This rare amphibian trackway was found in a strip mine of the Bakerstown Coal (Conemaugh Group) Penn... VIEW
resin & fiberglas 
9 feet long divided in 3 parts  |  Item 769 

$502.00 

Acanthostega, model
Acanthostega, model 
Acanthostega (meaning Spiny Roof) is an extinct labyrinthodont genus, among the first vertebrate ani... VIEW
resin 
16.5 x 5 x 3.5 inches high  |  Item 2101 

$150.00 

 
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