Excellent, .65" (Mycterosaurus) Claw - Oklahoma

This is beautifully preserved .65" long fossil claw, from a Lower Permian Synapsid (Mycterosaurus sp.) It was collection from cave fissure fill deposits in the Richard's Spur Quarry near Lawton, Oklahoma. It's complete all the way to the tip which is unusual as they are almost always broken.


Artists reconstruction of Mycterosaurus. Creative Commons License
DETAILS
SPECIES
Mycterosaurus sp.
LOCATION
Richard's Spur Quarry, Lawton, Oklahoma
FORMATION
Arbuckle Group
SIZE
.65" long
ITEM
#79533
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