Triassic Crocodylomorph Tooth from Group


Fossil Reptile Collection

300 in stock

SKU: Triassic Crocodylomorph Tooth #12-1 Category: Tags: , , , ,


  • Indeterminate Undescribed Crocodylomorph
  • Triassic Age
  • Bull Canyon Formation
  • San Miguel County, New Mexico
  • Specimens measures approx. 3/32″ – 3/8″ long and will come in the 1.25″ Gem Jar as Shown.  Specimen will be picked at random, but will be sure to please.. no clunkers!

Crocodylomorpha is a group of archosaurs that includes the crocodilians and their extinct relatives.  During Mesozoic and early Cenozoic times, crocodylomorphs were far more diverse than they are now. Triassic forms were small, lightly built, active terrestrial animals. These were supplanted during the early Jurassic by various aquatic and marine forms.