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  1. Hello everyone! ive got three slabs of prints created by an unknown prehistoric animal (if it’s even created by an animal) that had been in my collection for quite some time now. Since I’m on the forum and still requires a proper identification for it any identification help from ichnofossil experts are much appreciated! Here are some pictures of the fossils but since the prints might not be that clearly seen I uploaded some other pictures highlighting the “lumps” or the pattern made by the print. Hope that helps.
  2. Flx

    Bissekty Ungual/Hoof

    Hi A few weeks ago I acquired a small ungual that was found in the Kyzyl Kum desert in Uzbekistan (Bissekty Fm). It looks like a hadrosaur hoof to me. I assume a more detailed ID is not possible though. Do you agree? Thanks Felix
  3. Hello. I was wondering if anyone could help me identify this tooth from a friend’s collection. It comes from the Bissekty formation in Uzebekistan. It is 1.81 inches (4.6 cm) long. I think fish, pterosaur, crocodylimorph, or aquatic reptile are potential identities. Please let me know if more pictures are required. Thank you for your help.
  4. Kiros

    Teeth ID Bissekty Formation

    Hello everybody, I recently acquired these three beautiful teeth from the Bissekty formation. The seller wasn't sure about the ID. I think they may be crocodilomorphs teeth based on the geometry. I did some research and I found that in the Bissekty formation there are at least four different crocodilomorphs. Can anyone help me better identifying these teeth.
  5. Masp

    First Bissekty Tooth

    I recently purchased my first tooth from the Bissekty Formation, Dzarakuduk, Kyzylkum desert, Uzbekistan. Tooth size - 1.57” (4 cm) Cretaceous, Upper Turonian Stage, (94 - 89 Ma) Would like to know if this tooth is best labeled as Tyrannosaurid indet, or Timurlengia euotica. Thoughts?
  6. Hi guys, I have recently acquired this tooth. It was sold as a Tyrannosauridae indet tooth from Bissekty Formation. I thought it could be Timurlengia, but i was not sure. From what I read, not much Timurlengia material has been found.. The tooth is about 2 inch long, and it is a little bit worn out. Its serrations are quite small. The serration density is about 12 denticles per 5mm. I am hoping someone can confirm the species for me?
  7. Flx

    Bissekty toe bones

    Hi I know that there are almost no publications about the dinosaurs from the Bissekty formation. However, I was wondering if it is still possible to narrow down these two bones? I am specificatlly interested in the left one. Could it be a Tyrannosaur or Therizinosaur phalanx?
  8. Hello! I want to trade my Timurlengia euotica tooth. It is 6 cm long with some nice serrations. It has restoration made by previous owner, but still very big and nice example with many serrations. I trade it because I have 3 Timurlengia teeth in my collection. I want to trade it against identified Theropod tooth of same collection value (I already have Nanotyrannus and Carharadontosauridae, so this speciments are not prefered) . Item is in Russia, I ship worldwide with registered letter (you'll get tracking number). Please PM me with your offers. Here is the tooth I want to tra
  9. Anomotodon

    Sauropod maxilla?

    Bought this specimen as a crocodile jaw section a while ago, it is from Turonian of Bissekty formation, Uzbekistan. Teeth were definitely conical, which fits only two groups in that area - sauropods and crocodiles, but recently after looking at some skulls I noticed that it really doesn't fit crocodile skulls - both Alligatorid and Pholidosaurid. What it seems to fit, is a titanosaur sauropod maxilla (Tapuiasaurus macedoi skull on the pictures below). Please confirm if I am imagining things here or (hopefully) not @LordTrilobite @Troodon
  10. Anomotodon

    Therizinosaur claw

    From the album: Dinosaurs and Reptiles

  11. Hello! I need your help to ID this tooth. It is from Bissekty formation. Thanks in advance!
  12. legoog

    Identify skull jaws

    Hello ! Please help to identify skull parts. It is were found at Bissekty formation, Uzbekistan All photos available at google drive https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0B4kOegB1CWCJWnpsNnBRNjZXVDQ?usp=sharing Sorry but there is max size for photos Is there are crocodile skulls/jaw parts ? The main qustion Thank you for helping
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