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  1. Last Sunday I was able to find a piece with some jaw bones and teeth of an Ichthyosaur in the quarry Kromer near Holzmaden. I was very pleased with that find because the situation in the quarry is not the best. There is only a kinda small pile of stones where you are allowed to search (and where you can find marine reptile fossils, in the other regions of the quarry its very unlikely to find a bone or a teeth of a marine reptile). And this pile consists at the moment only out of very small rocks because they were laying until the beginning of the year there. So many collectors already searched there. And it's very likely that they don't get new material in this summer... Here is a bad picture of the quarry: And here are some pictures of the jaw bone with the teeth: The prep work took about 5 hours. It's a pity that I lost that missing part in the quarry. I searched about 1 hour for it but couldn't find it. But at that time I didn't know that its a jaw bone (no teeth were visible). Now about 65 small Ichthyosaur teeth are visible. They are from a very small Ichthyosaur, maybe even from a juvenile!
  2. French Therapod teeth.

    These are being sold as french therapod teeth from the chevres-richemont quarry. Can anyone ID a certain species and which one is the best? They are all around 1cm.
  3. Help Needed

    Any idea what these are
  4. Some Venice FL finds

    So I recently have been making trips to Venice beach FL. It's a new spot for me as I've previously only hunted in the Tampa Bay area or the Peace River, therefore some of the teeth I'm finding I'm not familiar with. These are my anomalies from the latest two trips. Sorry about only having an imperial ruler, it's the best I can do at the moment. Feel free to ask for more pictures if needed. This first one is the one I'm most curious about. At first I thought it was a shark tooth but when I pulled it out of the sifter, I realized it has a tiny cap and root attached. Small rooted mammal tooth or gator tooth?
  5. Morrison ceolurosaur teeth

    These are being sold as ceolurosaur teeth from the Morrison formation in Moffat county, Colorado. Can anyone ID these? And which one looks as the highest in quality? There are 4 teeth.
  6. More teeth

    Since I have been having such good luck with tooth ID I thought I would dig in to some of my old collection. I got out my old bucket o teeth and found some that look like they were something other than bison or cow. I’ve put these in order from top to bottom. The first one is broken so I don’t know if there is enough there to ID. That one kind of looks like bison anyway. I have no idea on the last three. Found in Nebraska. Thanks for your help!
  7. Small jaw segment with teeth

    Found this small piece of jaw with teeth on the bank of a retention pond in Charlotte county florida. Any ideas?
  8. Is this a shark tooth?

    I found this on the east coast of Florida while walking on the beach, Is this part of a shark tooth?
  9. I bought it from online that's why I'm a bit suspicious.
  10. Spinosaurus and sigilmassasaurus

    Hello so could someone please explain the situation with sigilmassasaurus and spinosaurus was it the same dinosaur? was sigilmassasaurus bigger? Thanks
  11. So i have a small fossil collection and i want to learn how to study teeth and their anatomy the teeth i already have are from spinosaurus, mosasaur, carcharodontosaurus and megalodon if anyone could help me learn how to do it i would be really thankful. Thanks.
  12. How to study fossils.

    So having a small fossil collection i have thought of the possibility of studying the fossils especially the dinosaur teeth but the problem is im not a scientist so i don't know how to study them so if someone could tell me if cheap fossils like these could be studied and how it would be largely appreciated. (Collection includes 2 spinosaurus teeth, a meg tooth, 2 mosasaur teeth, mammoth hair, carcharodontosaurus tooth) Thanks.
  13. Partial jaw bone and teeth

    These big teeth are always a mystery to me. I don’t know how to tell the difference between bison camel and horse. Thanks for looking
  14. Here are some photos of some of my dromaeosaurid fossils from the Aguja Formation of Brewster County, Texas.
  15. Spinosaurus actual form

    So after following nizaar ibrahim's study in 2014 I learned that spinosaurus walked on four legs and it spend a lot of time in water being a good swimmer. But recently I saw that some new studies have been published and then some others and I have lost track so if someone could please inform me about the latest discoveries and tell me if spinosaurus was a good swimmer and if he walked on four it would be much appreciated.
  16. Chippokes State Park VA

    Not a very exciting trip, but we went out to Chippokes Plantation State Park in Surry, VA for Father’s Day to have a walk on the beach and relax, and I found a nice coral, a red mako tooth, some other small teeth, and a bonito nose.
  17. Obsidian alike skull?

    Hello there, since i dont know anything about fossils in general i'd like to ask for a first opinion, if the 'stone' i found could be some kind of fossil. the interesting fact about this is, that i'm 99% sure that this is some kind of biological mass turned into stone, because it fits every aspect a small jaw, including nerves, teeth and the bone. Im curious about the material (what it turned into) and how old it might be. Thank you
  18. Croc or spinosaurid teeth? Kem kem

    Hi! Are these teeth croc or spino teeth? , The curvature and the robustness makes me wonder if they could be croc teeth. Both are from Kem Kem Tooth 1:
  19. Hello! I found this a few days ago in Parrish, FL at my fossil site. Not quite like anything I ever found before. It is 1 3/4” (44mm) long. It appears to have a hole running through the middle. The thinner tip looks chipped and the wider end has evidence of ridges that look like a walnut or similar. At first I thought seed or nut, but now that I keep looking it almost looks like a cetacean tooth. Really have no clue. Please help ID. Thanks so much.
  20. Dino dentist required to ID this one

    This tooth arrived in a box of rocks and minerals from an estate auction. Any help in identifying it would be most appreciated.
  21. Was Spinosaurus a crocodile ?

    So i recently visited this forum and i read somewhere that we haven't yet discovered spinosaurus legs and its appearance regarding its feet and legs may be just speculation. The argument that was made was whether spinosaurus was a species of crocodile rather than a dinosaur because he may had small legs. So could that be the case?
  22. Could these be teeth

    Found these at Myrtle Beach could they be teeth and what kind if so
  23. Been hunting teeth for some time now and I ran across these two things on my last trip that has me scratching my head. Any help in identifying would be appreciated! The items are #1 and #2. The last pic is of all the teeth me and the family dug. Thanks
  24. I’m thrilled to share pics of this tiny fish jaw i found! Jaw and teeth are rare enough to find on the yorkshire coast but i’m pretty sure only a small handful of yorkshire collectors have one of these. It’s the species called Saurorhynchus acutus. Thanks to @TqB for the help with IDing this little beauty who is also one of the lucky few to own a specimin.
  25. I got to make my first trip to Westmoreland State Park (WSP) today. I hit the beach around 1330 today (low tide was ~1430). As expected...it being a Saturday... the place was packed. Most of the traffic was on the first 1/3 of the beach, so I opted to walk about halfway down the beach and setup shop. I can't say that I had lofty expectations, as this was only my second fossil hunting trip. I was surprised to find my first tooth within about 10 minutes. I had multiple sifting sorts (or whatever you want to call it) that had 2+ teeth in them. One had three teeth. It was interesting to see how the teeth were clumped in a spot. I'd find 5+ teeth in a 4' radius in x < 5 minutes and then not find any for 15+ minutes while hitting an area a few times that size. For only two hours work...I was happy with the results. The bottom row includes some junk, to include a couple that I'm guessing are not teeth. Please disregard the amateur hour sorting. The largest one of the bunch. As far as condition...this little guy is the best one of the lot. The badly broken one here...is this a Mako? You can't really make it out, but the serrations on this one look really nice.