Edmontosaurus Vertebra Chevron Dinosaur Fossil



Up for sale is an extremely rare specimen of a chevron from an Edmontosaurus tail vertebra. Fossilised chevrons are very hard to find, as they are quite fragile and can easily dislodge from the vertebra. Although a part of the chevron is missing, there is no doubt that this is a stunning piece and would fit magnificently into your fossil collection. Please view the photos carefully before buying.

This chevron fossil is 100% natural with NO restorations or repairs.

Species/Genus: Edmontosaurus annectens

Length: 127.11mm (5.004”)

Width: 37.15mm (1.462”)

Weight: 53.07 grams (1.872 oz.)

Edmontosaurus is an extinct genus of hadrosaurid (duck-billed) dinosaur that lived in the Maastrichtian stage of the Late Cretaceous (67 to 66 Million Years Ago). They were among the largest of the hadrosaur family and could grow up to 15 metres (49 feet), weighing around 9 metric tons (10 short tons). Unlike other genera of hadrosaurs, Edmontosaurus lacked large, hollow crests and instead had smaller, solid crests or fleshy combs. This classifies then as saurolophine hadrosaurids. These large herbivores were widely distributed across western North America and usually preferred coasts and coastal plains. Edmontosaurus, like most other hadrosaurs, was a facultative biped, meaning that they usually walked on four legs, but could adopt a bipedal stand when necessary. For more information on Edmontosaurus, click here.


Length: 127.11mm (5.004”)

Width: 37.15mm (1.462”)

Weight: 53.07 grams (1.872 oz.)

Location: Lance Creek Formation, Niobrara County, Wyoming, USA

Species: Edmontosaurus annectens

Geological era: Mesozoic

Period: Late Cretaceous

Stage:  Maastrichtian

Age (MYA): 67 to 66 Million Years Ago


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