Triassic Revueltosaurus Tooth #1


Fossil Reptile Collection

1 in stock

SKU: Triassic Revueltosaurus Tooth #1 Categories: , Tags: , , ,


  • Revueltosaurus
  • Triassic Age
  • Bull Canyon Formation
  • San Miguel County, New Mexico
  • Specimen measures approx. 1/4″ long and will come in the 1.25″ Gem Jar as Shown

Revueltosaurus was first believed to have represented a very primitive orithischian‭ (‬bird-hipped‭) ‬dinosaur.‭ ‬This is because when Revueltosaurus was first discovered the genus was only described by teeth,‭ ‬and these were very similar to the ornithiscian dinosaurs of the Jurassic.‭ ‬It was not until skull and post cranial skeletal remains were discovered that Revueltosaurus was realised to actually be a pseudosuchian,‭ ‬and not a dinosaur.‭ ‬The teeth of Revueltosaurus are serrated in a fashion similar to the herbivorous orithischian dinosaurs,‭ ‬and so it is reasonable to assume that Revueltosaurus also had a herbivorous preference.