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  1. Something caught my eye at the cheap table of trilobites at a Moroccan vender at a past fossil show. There were several Scabriscutellum of mediocre quality but I bought two. You can see them here. I am pretty certain these fossils are legit. One seems to have to have a clear cleft in the pygidium. There is even a small overlap of one pygidial "lobe" over the other. This is the first time I have seen such a "dramatic" mutation. I would guess that it is far more likely to be a developmental issue rather then a genetic mutation. The cleft trilobite obviously survived to its current size just fine
  2. Mrtoad

    Shark teeth ID

    Hello, I found these in a bowl of Otodus obliquus teeth in a jersey shore gift shop. I’m assuming they’re from Morocco. The serrations tell me they’re something different but I don’t know what. Any ideas?
  3. FF7_Yuffie

    Atlas Mountains theropod tooth

    Hello, thoughts on this? It is described as theropod. From the El Mers Group. Boulmane Province Jurassic. 1.25 inches. Seller says the tip might be repaired. Now, is it as described--location wise? Apparently there is a Kem-Kem related Cretaceous deposit also in the Atlas Mountains, so some teeth described as Jurassic actually aren't? So, is this a Jurassic one, and can anyone possibly narrow it down to a more specific species? Also, any signs of fakeness or restoration? there is a fair bit of matrix on, which I know is a red flag with Kem Kem fossils. But i
  4. PetrosTrilobite

    Jurassic crocodile from Morocco?

    I see some good teeth with ID "Jurassic crocodile" from Boulmane, Morocco (El Mers Group) - Atlas Mountain and age 170 million years. I can't find any article about jurassic crocodiles from this location. Is the ID real or these teeth are just Goniopholis from Morrison or other common croc?
  5. Flaffy

    Moroccan Abelisaurid tooth?

    Hi! I've been eyeing these supposed Abelisaurid teeth from Morocco (Kem Kem beds?), but I'm unsure if they are what they're labelled as. Are these two Abelisaur teeth? Or are do they belong to another theropod in the formation? (Mostly being confused with how one differentiates KK "raptor" teeth from true abelisaur teeth) Tooth A: Images 1 to 4 Tooth B: Images 5 to 8 I've read @Troodon's fantastic guide to Kem Kem teeth. However, as a very amateur fossil collector, I'm only able to identify but the only feature I am able to identify as abelisaurid is the mesial side being curv
  6. RickCalif

    Siroccopteryx moroccensis

    From the album: Morroco Fossils

    Pterosaur Siroccopteryx moroccensis Middle Upper Cretaceous about 105 million years ago Kem-Kem Basin
  7. RickCalif

    Sand tiger shark

    From the album: Shark teeth

    Striatolamia macrota teeth Morocco
  8. RickCalif

    Otodus obliquus

    From the album: Morroco Fossils

    Otodus obliquus is an ancient predecessor to the megalodon shark. Otodus obliquus lived from the Paleocene to the Eocene time period, roughly 40 to 60 million years ago. Real Otodus teeth in a mix that is à try to look like in the field matrix
  9. RickCalif

    Carcharodontosaurus

    From the album: Morroco Fossils

    Carcharodontosaurus genus of large carcharodontosaurid theropod dinosaur that existed during the Cenomanian stage of the mid-Cretaceous Period in Northern Africa. Lived: 145 million years ago - 72.1 million years ago African T-rex
  10. RickCalif

    Enchodus Libycus

    From the album: Morroco Fossils

    Enchodus Libycus saber tooth herring fish Cretaceous Oulad Abdoun Basin, Morocco
  11. RickCalif

    Morocco crinoid

    From the album: Morroco Fossils

    Scyphocrinites elegans crinoid Upper Silurian 420 Million Years old Boutschrafin, Erfoud, Morocco
  12. Ludwigia

    A Crinoid

    This time I've attempted a portion of a Scyphocrinites elegans crinoid plate which is a well-known and frequently available species from Morocco. I picked this one up for a song a couple of years ago. This took quite a while to complete.
  13. Fossil "D"

    Elasmosaurus vertebrae?

    Was purchased as an Elasmosaurus vertabrae from Morocco 5.91" x 6.19" I found one similar online but the one I acquired seems to be a little more on the flat side. One of the processes has been repaired and seems to be stabilized. If it is indeed from an Elasmosaur, could it just be from a different section of the spine and is why it has a flatter profile? If so, what section could it be from? I'm just trying to get all the information on it that I can. The last three pics will be of the one I found online. Thank you in advance!
  14. Jurassicz

    Cretalamna appendiculata? Morocco

    I got these 2 shark teeth a few years ago. They are from Khouribga, Morocco I labeled them as Cretalamna appendiculata and Cretaceous-Eocene as I saw several Cretalamna appendiculata labeled sometimes as Eocene and sometimes Cretaceous. Does anyone know if its the correct species or how to identify shark teeth from Khouribga?
  15. Hi, These crinoids from Morocco look very nice with the good contrast of the red matrix. My question is if the seller has enhanced the red colour of the red matrix with paint or is his red colour the real and natural colour? I hope that anyone with experience can advice me in this. Thank you.
  16. ThePhysicist

    Otodus obliquus

    From the album: Sharks

    Otodus obliquus Ouled Abdoun Basin, Morocco This species is a candidate for an evolutionary ancestor to the megalodon in the Eocene.
  17. ThePhysicist

    Macrorhizodus praecursor

    From the album: Sharks

    Macrorhizodus praecursor Extinct Mako shark Samlat Fm., Ad-Dakhla, Western Sahara This is one of the last common ancestors to the lineages that spawned the modern Great White and Mako.
  18. M.Youssef

    Ordovician fossil ID

    Good day Can you help with the ID of this fossil from the Ordovician of Fezouata formation, Morocco. Cheers Malek
  19. Seanrad09

    Moroccan Fossil ID - Vert

    Here’s another one I’m not sure about. I know we are still learning about the Kem Kem Beds daily, but I wanted to give this one a shot to see if any of the community had any input. I know you all know much more than I do. It was sold as Dino/Crocodyliform, so not much to go off of besides it was in the Cretaceous Kem Kem beds.
  20. Ludwigia

    A Trilobite this time

    I was asked recently by @Top Trilo when I would do a trilobite, so I decided to take up the challenge with this Hollardops mesocristatus from Morocco which I acquired a while ago. It's preserved in a somewhat concave position, which made for an interesting point of view.
  21. ziggycardon

    ID requested: Kem Kem tooth

    Hi everyone, I am currently eyeing this Theropod tooth from the Kem Kem beds in Morocco which is listed as a Deltadromeus tooth. Now I know that no teeth can be attributed to Deltadromeus as no cranial material has been found yet and I know that most teeth sold as Deltadromeus are in fact Abelisaurid teeth but this tooth seems way to curved to be Abelisaurid which could my eye instantly. So I was think if this might be a Dromaeosaurid tooth which while rare (and not yet officially described from Kem Kem) are somethings found and sold as Deltadromeus. Or might this be a small ant
  22. Truthseeker

    Tooth from the Kem Kem beds

    Hello, I'm trying to correctly identify a tooth found in the Kem Kem formation. It is clearly predatory! I was told it was possibly dromeosaurus, however after a search it seems there are many wrongly identified as this species from that location. Any help would be much appreciated.
  23. Tj1977

    Please help identify

    I'm not sure what dinosaur this tooth belongs to from Morocco. It is not carchardotosaurus as it curves.
  24. Tj1977

    Please help identify

    Hello I have a few dinosaur teeth like these and can't identify them. They are dinosaur and they are from Morocco. At first I thought Carchardontosaurus or Abelisaurus but 1. I have teeth if both and they don't look the same. 2. There is a curve and thickness that reminds me of tyrannosaurus teeth. Any help will be appreciated.
  25. PointyKnight

    Kem Kem Notosuchian or Theropod?

    Hey everyone! I just received a few teeth from the Kem Kem Beds near Taouz, Morocco. Among them one has me particularly stumped - I’ll do my best to provide as much information as possible, but let me know if more is needed! The tooth was listed as a theropod, though even the seller thought that assignment was only tentative. Its total height is 14mm. As the pictures above show, it’s moderately recurved as well as slightly curved lingually, with very distinct flutes running the whole length of the crown, 6 lingually and 9 labially, with the lingual flutes a
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