Trace Fossils For Sale

A trace fossil is a fossil such as footprints, coprolites (dung), burrows, and other neat stuff.  Trace fossils are a trace of an animal that once was, hence the name.
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coprolite (dinosaur dung)
coprolite (dinosaur dung)
Item 007  Dinosaur coprolite (dino poo),  Jurassic, southern Utah.  Beautiful coloration.  $40


trilobite tracks
trilobite tracks
Tril Track 001  Here are some trilobite tracks.  It is interesting to see the dirt they kicked up when they were feeding.  $20
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Titanothere (brontothere) foot prints.  Eocene.  Green River Formation, Wyoming.
Titanothere (brontothere) foot prints.  Eocene.  Green River Formation, Wyoming.
Titanothere (brontothere) foot prints.  Eocene.  Green River Formation, Wyoming.  Here is a rare fossil indeed.  A genuine brontothere footprint plate from the Green River Formation.  This plate shows the classic front-rear print overlap.  The second photo details the front foot (red) and the rear foot (green).  $600

Dinosaur coprolite cut down the middle.  These specimens could be polished if desired to really bring out the colors.  Jurassic.  Southern Utah.
Dinosaur coprolite cut down the middle.  These specimens could be polished if desired to really bring out the colors.  Jurassic.  Southern Utah.

Dinosaur coprolite cut down the middle.  These specimens could be polished if desired to really bring out the colors.  Jurassic.  Southern Utah.  $30 for each half.
The most disgusting coprolite I've ever seen.  Oligocene.  Southwestern Washington.
The most disgusting coprolite I've ever seen.  Oligocene.  Southwestern Washington.  Use this one to disgust your friends.  $35