Lowcountry Geologic been long overdue for a post. We tried to add a wide range of material this time around, including updates to our Fossil Fish, Fossil Shark Teeth, Ammonites, Dinosaur Teeth, and Fossil Leaves. We're sorry its been so long, but it takes time to scour the globe for fossils!
This update contains many high quality fossil fish from Lebanon, including some excellent Ctenothrissa and Apichthys. By far the star of the update is a complete Fossil Sawshark. From rostrum to tailfin, its one of the coolest fossils we've ever seen! We also added some very nice seahorses and other fish from Spain. The quality on all these specimens are spectactular. Many came from an old private collection, and its tough to say when we'll be able to get more of this kind of detail and preservation.
In our Shark Teeth catalog, look for unprecedented quality Paleocarcharodon orientalis and pathologic Otodus from Morocco. They are simply amazing - better than we've offered before. We actually went to Morocco to hand pick the finest specimens available from the people who find them. We've also added some nice pathologic teeth from Venice and some excellent megalodon teeth from South Carolina.
Our Ammonite section grew, too. Don't miss the excellent polished ammonite pairs. They have amazing color and make excellent display pieces. Not everyone wants polished specimens, though, so we added some nice natural specimens, too.
Make sure to check out the new Green River Formation leaves if you're into plant fossils. The detail and size of some of the new specimens are really impressive.
What big fossil post would be complete without Dinosaur teeth? We added some beautiful Moroccan Spinosaur teeth, including a rare, curved positional tooth.