Aetosaurus Reptile Tooth Section #1


Reptile Collection

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  • Aetosaurus
  • Triassic Age
  • Bull Canyon Formation
  • San Miguel County, New Mexico
  • This tooth measures approx. 11/16″ long and will come in the 3.25″ x 4.25″ Riker Mount with Label as Shown

Aetosaurus is an extinct genus of archosaur reptile belonging to the order Aetosauria. It is generally considered to be the most primitive aetosaur. Aetosaurus was a small, primitive aetosaur. Unlike more derived aetosaurs such as Desmatosuchus or Typothorax, the carapace was long and narrow and lacked spikes. The paramedian scutes that covered the back (with one row on each side of the vertebrae) are considerably wider than they are long. The lateral scutes, which are beneath the paramedians and formed a row on either side of the animal, do not bear any spikes or other projections.