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  1. Cretaceous teeth collection

    Over the past 2 to 2 1/2 years I have been assembling this collection of Cretaceous set. I was directly inspired by TFF user Andy, who made a set of the apex predators of the Cretaceous seas and waterways with many of the same species featured in this collection. I would like to give credit to him for this collection idea. Obviously I couldn't travel to Niger, Morocco, or even Kansas, travel is expensive and time is limited. I will plan to go to Kansas one day as my dream location, but for now, Ohio will do. While this isn't complete, I added fossils from some of my favorite prehistoric creatures. As a fossil hunter/collector, I find that marine reptile and fish teeth interest me the most. The species are as follows; Onchopristus numidus Tegana formation, Kem Kem Beds, Taouz, Morocco. acquired in the summer of 2016. This is the only piece of mine that has any repairs. In the future I'll search for one without repairs.
  2. Squalicorax

    This fossil is around 70 million years old. It's 2.25 cm in height. Specimen is 100% percent complete.
  3. 2 Dino bones Kem kem

    Hey everyone .. during too busy X-mas days and NY plans ...fossils can't be too far away Would anyone have an ID of these two bones from the Tegana formation from morocco around Erfoud/Taouz, they would be Cenomanian in age... thanks in advance! d
  4. Mammites ?

    The second ammonite my husband bought me for christmas come from Morocco. That's the only indication i have about it. It is about 13 cm on 13 cm and i think it can be a Mammites nodosoides :
  5. Some of you who've known me for awhile know I am on the hunt for a large 3 in+ plesiosaur tooth. I acquired one this month at last! This beauty here measures 3.75 inches exact in a straight line. He came in a large chunk of rock, so I had to chip off quite a bit of matrix, cutting myself slightly in the process from a hidden shark tooth. I opted to leave this matrix because I think it looks good, and I fear further breaking would break the tooth. He's a Zarafasaura oceanis from Sidi Daoui of Morocco, dated to 70.6 - 66 million years old (late Cretaceous).
  6. Morocco shark tooth

    I'm picked up this little tooth a few weeks ago on the auction site, then description was as follows; "A Fossil Sharks tooth from Cretolamna bi-auriculata, from the Eocene age Phosphate deposits of Morocco." Wondering if anyone has any thoughts, opinions or confirmation on the ID. Thanks!
  7. Unkown dino tooth

    Hi all I have no clue about the owner of this tiny theropod tooth coming from Kem Kem basin (Morocco). To whom it may belong? Size: 1cm more or less. It appears that its shape is different from those identified as Carcharodontosaurus, but denticles are of similar size in both carinae, so it may not belong to dromaeosaurids. Abelisaurid perhaps? Thank you very much in advance
  8. Hi everyone, I am new on the forum. I found this Mosasaur jaw for a very good price on a local auction site. But I doubt if its real because of the price.. I assume that the jaw was found in Morocco, but it looks nothing like the common fakes. What is your opinion about the specimen?
  9. Hi there. I've been looking at this jaw, and based on what I've read, I'd guess that the matrix is probably real but the teeth have been placed after the fact. Can anyone offer any insights please? Thanks.
  10. Hey guys this is my first tooth purchased. I bought it from a fossil website because I thought that would be a safe bet with my lack of experience. I know I overpayed for the tooth, I payed $150 for the tooth. After receiving the tooth and actually holding it, the tooth appears to seem completely reconstructed. I just wanted to know some opinions, some spots almost appear completely covered with glue.
  11. Spinosaurus Teeth

    Today I decided to drive 60 miles to a local auction house, as it was their last auction of the year. I spotted a large riker mount containing 20 Spinosaurus teeth and I was able to be the highest bidder at $80.00, not too bad.
  12. Prognathodon tooth

    Tooth of a durgophagous mosasaur.
  13. Khouribga Material: ID?

    Hello again, Here are the other things that I bought at the same time as my Squalicorax tooth, in an earlier topic today. They all come from Khouribga, Morocco (Maastrichtian in age, ~68mya), but I do not know what they are... Any help is appreciated! Best regards, Max
  14. Dromaeosaur Metatarsal

    Partial metatarsal of a Theropod dinosaur. Probably from a Dromaeosaurid. Very similar to metatarsal II and IV of Velociraptor.
  15. Is this Dactylioceras or Perisphinctes?

    Hi Everyone, I purchased this ammonite from a shop in Colorado several years ago. The only identification they provided was that it was an ammonite from Morocco. I believe them because the opening has been cut flat and filled in like ammonites from Morocco typically are. I have tentatively identified it as a Dactylioceras but I'm not sure, another possibility could be Perisphinctes. There also could be other possibilities, too. Since I don't have information on where it was collected, I don't know what age it comes from. I think I read an older post on this forum that the ribs on Dactylioceras only split in two, but on Perisphinctes they sometimes split into three, but I haven't been able to find that post again (Ludwigia, I seem to remember you were the one who made that comment). This one looks like some of the ribs split into 3, which might suggest Perisphinctes. Also I've included a photo showing a suture line, which I understand can be used to make an identification, but I haven't found anything on the web that gives examples of suture lines for different families. Can anyone help with the identification? Thanks for the help, this forum is amazing!
  16. Hi I have never collected any starfish fossil so I do not know what to look for in a fabricated specimen. So here is a pic of a specimen I'd like to get but I am unsure if this specimen had any restoration done to it. To me it looks quite ok. Do you guys agree? Any comments are welcome.
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