Dinocasts.com

View CartHome Page View Catalog Sell a Product About Us Contacts

Labels: Carnivorous   Cretaceous   Late Cretaceous   Marine-Reptile   Mesozoic   Mosasaurs   Niobrara Chalk Formation   North America   Squamata   USA   
Platecarpus ictericus

Platecarpus ictericus mosasauridae mosasaur  marine Upper Cretaceous Kansas Niobrara formation

Category:Marine Reptiles
Taxonomy:Squamata
Age:Late Cretaceous
Locality:Niobrara formation, Kansas, USA
Length:1 meters
Width:0.6 meters
Colour:Dark brown

Description

Platecarpus was a mosasaur, a marine reptile that lived in the Upper Cretaceous ( around 80 million years). The original was discovered west of Kansas, USA and belongs to the Niobrara formation. The plate measures 100 x 60 centimetres.


Prices

Platecarpus ictericus skull
300 EUR   (Convert)

Request Dinocasts.com information about this product
Product ID: 416


Home Catalog Sell with us About Us Request Site map

Don't buy or sell original fossils. Trade replicas, not originals!

Discover Solutions Consulting