December 12, 2018
We are about to begin a major revamp of our website so over the coming weeks many pages
may not be available. The website will be set up with a more educational theme in which each
page contains considerably more information on the fossils being sold.
In most categories images will show typical specimens like the ones you will receive, rather than
of the exact specimen. This is because we do so much of our business through ebay that it is
redundant to duplicate the information between the two sites. There will still be a vast array of
fossil listed on this site but they will all be in the context of the educational pages on which they
are listed allowing students and teachers to by items in quantity if desired for use in the
classroom. Collectors will still be able to buy just one of any item as they have done in the past.
These changes will not be as drastic as they sound because most of the site is currently set up
in this manner, but in a less organised format than we would like.
While we change the site (it will take weeks and months due to time constraints) you can still
order items from any of the active pages and we always have about 1000 different listings
running on ebay under both our user names (sdfossils and kdfossils).
December 21, 2018
Our new book on the Lower Permian Vertebrate Fauna of Waurika Oklahoma is now available for
sale. Hard cover, nearly 700 pages and over 2000 images. It is a huge update and expansion on
the first edition. Approximately 70 different species are now described and illustrated. You can
buy it today.
Our Brachiopod page is now updated and includes several dozen species and collections that
are ideal for private collections or study.
The Coprolite page has also been updated with several new additions.
December 30, 2018
Updates are continuing and we have added a few important new collections.
For schools and universities (although they are also suitable for private collectors or retailers) we
have Microfossil kits for students. These are designed for up to 30 students and offer great value
For the first time we are also able to offer microfossil matrix in large quantities, again for study or
resale. Each set has 20+ samples and weighs in at 4 to 5 lbs providing a huge amount of matrix.
Additionally there is a new microbrachiopod collection consisting of 30 different species.
January 7, 2019
Some recently acquired Richards Spur material is now listed on the Richards Spur New Additions
page. These include several specimens of the recently described parareptile Abyssomedon
williamsi. At present vertebrae, jaw sections, composite feet and some other specimens are
available, with more to be added shortly.