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  1. Rough teeth id kem kem

    Hi guys Can I have a rough id/confirmation on the teeth below. Not up to my usual stand of photography but I just really want to get into the ballpark before I start imaging properly. Croc I think?
  2. Eocene bone

    I am looking for some second and third opinions on a bone that I found in a bag of shark teeth from Ouled Abdoun. I have a few ideas , but I am not certain. Thanks for the help
  3. Jaw and teeth ID please

    This jaw bone fragment and the teeth were found in Kem Kem. I bought the lot for £5 from a reputable dealer who bought while at Kem Kem. Sadly he wouldn't part with the long thin bones in the box about 4mm X 100mm. I'm working on it!
  4. Dinosaur bone ID?

    We think this is Spinosaurus. location of find Kem Kem beds, or Tegana formation, the Continental Red beds of Kem Kem, south of Taouz in the S. E. Morocco. Looking to identify this anatomically and specie wise. Any ideas?
  5. Anhanguera

    I am the very fortunate winner of the wonderful artwork by Forum member, Charlie AKA fossilized6s. Here is the Forum thread that will give a view of the artwork. ++++++A pair of "Old Devils" for AUCTION++++++ - Auctions to Benefit the Forum - The Fossil Forum Prior to this acquisition, I had purchased a pair of teeth IDed as Anhanguera sp. After winning the auction I received a third, larger tooth also attributed to that ancient flyer. The teeth came from two different dealers, both located in Spain. The info they provided was identical for all teeth. Labeled as: Anhanguera sp. Middle Cretaceous, Albian-Cenomanian Kem-Kem Basin, Tegana fm, Red Sandstone Beds Taouz, South Morocco, Sahara Desert I have mounted the teeth in small plastic "jewel boxes" and will affix them to the frame of, or display them near the drawing. My ID question is how accurate do you judge the provided ID info? Here are the teeth. The rule is mm. The small ones especially have beautiful surfaces. On the larger tooth striations may be seen toward the root aspect. All the teeth have a subtle surface "dimpling." Close examination of the photo of the smaller teeth reveals this feature somewhat. Any comments as to the veracity of the given ID will be appreciated.
  6. Stromatolites

    Hello forum members Do different stromatolites have classifications/individual Latin names? I can't seem to find much on the web. I've been given these stromatolites which came from Morocco and I'd like to label them. Thanks John
  7. Orthoceras

    From the album Beginner collection

    Orthoceras. Length : 9cm ; width : 3,4cm. Age unknown.
  8. Orthoceras

    From the album Beginner collection

    3 polished Orthoceras. From the left to the right, lenght : 5,5cm, 4,5cm and 7,8cm ; width : 1,5cm, 0,9cm, 2cm. Age unknown.
  9. Reptile tooth

    From the album Beginner collection

    Masosauridae Globidens phosphaticus (Upper Maestritchian) and a piece of jaw. Length of the tooth : 3cm ; width of the tooth : about 2cm.
  10. Shark tooth

    From the album Beginner collection

    Otodus Obliqus (Khouribga ; Paleocene). Length : about 5cm ; width : 4cm.
  11. Fish Tooth

    From the album Beginner collection

    Enchodus Lybicus (Khouribga ; Lower Maestritchian). Length : 3cm ; width : 0,8cm.
  12. Fish Tooth

    From the album Beginner collection

    Onchosaurus Numidus (phosphates of kem-kem basin ; Aptian-Albian). Length : about 4,5cm ; width : 1cm.
  13. Trilobite

    From the album Beginner collection

    Flexicalymene Tazzarinensis (Caradoc...upper Ordovician ; Tiouririne near Maider. Length : 6,5cm ; width : about 4cm.
  14. What is this Morocco fossil?

    And friend of mine found this strange fossil in Boujdour South Morocco. Neither he nor I have any idea what it is...
  15. Geraststos Granulus

    From the album Trilobites

    Geraststos Granulus, Devonian, Anlif, Morocco.
  16. Interesting coral - Morocco

    Hi all, I was perusing the gem show down in Tucson today and came across these interesting little corals. The vendor couldn't identify them except to say they were from Morocco and were coral. Anyone out there know what these are? They measure about 1 1/2" - 2" across.
  17. Hi all. I am currently looking for a genuine Basilosaurus tooth. Problem is, the market is too heavily saturated with other Archaeocetes like Dorudon or Zygorhiza. As far as I understand, if a tooth comes from Western Sahara of Morocco, and is over 10cm in length including root, there's a chance it could be cf. Basilosaurus isis. Here I have several candidates. Tooth A - 6 inches in length Tooth B - 5.5 inches in length Tooth C and D - 6 inches along the curve Is there any way I can positively ID out a Basilosaurus tooth? Do any of these 4 teeth look like one?
  18. Tethysaurus jaw (T. nopscai)

    From the album Mosasaurs

    93 - 89 mya Asfla Village, Goulmima, Errachidia Province, Morocco
  19. Tethysaurus jaw (T. nopscai)

    From the album Mosasaurs

    93 - 89 mya Asfla Village, Goulmima, Errachidia Province, Morocco
  20. Mosasaurus tooth (M. cf. hoffmani)

    From the album Mosasaurs

    70 - 66 mya Ouled Abdoun, Morocco 2.73 inches straight
  21. Mosasaurus tooth (M. beaugei)

    From the album Mosasaurs

    70 - 66 mya Ouled Abdoun, Morocco 5.42 inches long 1.99 inches wide
  22. I really like proetida, and this one caught my attention because it was a bit different. It is from the region of Foum Zguid, Morocco. The cross-section reveals quite a bit, and shows some sort of Diademaproetus-like trilobite. Only, a lot of details are really off, for example the preglabellar protrusion is missing. The proetida is a surprisingly divers order, but the devil is always in the details, so it can be quite challenging to identify. But first, prepping it. The bug is covered with numerous small tubercles. They tend to 'grab' the matrix, making the preparation much more challenging and time-consuming. But patience pays off, as you can see in the second picture. You can also see I just discovered the left free cheek with the eye. It is slightly dislocated, but that is not unusual.
  23. Reptile sarcum

    From the album Reptile Fossils

    Partial sacrum fragment of reptile. Likely from a crocodile. Location: Kem Kem beds, Morocco Age: Cenomanian, Late Cretaceous

    © Olof Moleman

  24. Pterosaur Beak

    From the album Reptile Fossils

    Beak fragment of a toothless Pterosaur. Possibly from Alanqa saharica. Location: Kem Kem beds, Morocco Age: Cenomanian, Late Cretaceous

    © Olof Moleman

  25. Hi all, Im new here and interested in buying some dinosaur fossils. Nothing crazy, just a few little teeth or something to give as gifts and one or two to keep as myself. I am traveling to Morocco next month and was told there are lots of dinosaur fossil dealers there. I thought it would be a fun adventure to try and meet up and buy some fossils directly from a local dealer. Anyone know a reliable fossil dealer in Marrakesh or Fez? Thanks and happy holidays