Rancho La Brea Formation Tar Pit Beetles  & Rodent Jaw (085020f)


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Rancho La Brea Formation Tar Pit Beetles  & Rodent Jaw (085020f)

  • Name: “Two Carrion Beetles” and Rodent Jaw from Thomomys bottae (Pocket Gopher)
  • Age: Pleistocene Age – 10,000 – 40,000 Thousand yrs
  • Location: McKittrick Asphalt Deposit,  Kern County, California
  •  * In California, the McKittrick Tar Pits are second only to the La Brea Tar Pits in fame, and have yielded dozens of skeletons of extinct megafauna with ages from about 10,000 to 40,000 years.
  • This is an excellent specimen with two small beetles and a small rodent jaw that has been in a private collection for many years
  • A Rare opportunity to add a “Near Impossible to Obtain” Rancho La Brea Formation Tar Pit specimen to your fossil collection
  • Excellent Museum Quality #10 – Specimen block  is 3 x 2 inches
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  • *Offer includes specimen, stand, Free USA shipping, and COA
  • Price is  $145.00

Additional information

Weight 2 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 7 in