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  1. Crazyhen

    Vertebral bone

    This vertebral bone is from Yunnan, China. Any idea if it’s mammalian or dinosaurian?
  2. Crazyhen

    Turtle/dinosaur claws?

    Three claws and some bone fragments from Ganzhou, China. Cretaceous formation. Are the turtle claws or dinosaur claws?
  3. I am a fossil collector in Hong Kong and I keep seeing lycoptera for sale everywhere in local fossil shops. However,fossils like lycoptera are from China and it is difficult to prove its export date,if not impossible.Yet I know for a fact that it isnt illegal to keep them here and some fossil collectors even bring rarer Chinese fossils on TV shows and mall exhibitions locally(psittacosaurus and dino eggs).Thats why Im conflicted between shall I acquire one or not and want to hear your opinions on this
  4. Haven't had time to post here lately, but I carved out a slot so here we go. In April of last year (2019), I had a chance to visit China. When I was in Beijing, one of my goals was to see the feathered dinos. I visited two museums that had them. One was the Geological Museum of China. The other (The Beijing Museum of Natural History) will be the subject of another post. I took hundreds of pictures there, but I can't post them all here. I have selected some of the better ones, focusing on the feathered critters. You'll have to excuse the lighting and quality
  5. Daouhugounectes primitivus is a predaceous water beetle grub with raptorial forelegs and natatorial mid- and hindlegs. Reference: B. Wang, A. G. Ponomarenko, and H.-Ch. Zhang (2009): A new coptoclavid larva (Coleoptera: Adephaga: Dytiscoidea) from the Middle Jurassic of China, and its phylogenetic implication. Paleontological Journal 43(6):652-659.
  6. Crazyhen

    Ichthyosaur from Yunnan

    This is an unprepped ichthyosaur from Luoping, Yunnnan Province of China. It measures 70cm in length. Any idea which species is that? And the completeness of the fossil?
  7. Wrangellian

    Chengjiang puzzle

    Here's a specimen I acquired a while back. The worm is quite small (21mm long, ~1mm wide) and hard to photograph but I did my best. The question is, what are those little oval pellet-like things inside (or on) the worm? Its last meal? Parasite? Something taphonomic in nature (I doubt it)? Any ideas would be appreciated! Not sure of the worm's ID, either. I guess either Maotianshania or Cricocosmia (or Paleoscolex?) They're all so similar I'm not sure how to tell them apart. There should be enough detail - looks like everything including the spiny head/proboscis (left end) is visible.
  8. Saw this on online and for the life of me, I think it is a scam. I am not an expert, and even less than a rookie but it just looks strange. Let me know what you think. Thanks Jim
  9. My mom purchased this fish when she was in Taiwan. She's a little suspicious that it has at very least been embellished. I've also attached the label it had. Thank you for any help!
  10. This Adcrocuta skull is from Hezheng of China. Is it genuine? And note the ‘mark’ on the left canine, is it cracks or marking?
  11. I recently saw the pictured Keichousaurus for sale from China. Considering the sheer amount of fakes I very skeptical however, they, for the most part, are in uncommon positions and show good removal of the matrix. Are these authentic or have the dealers in China upped their game on fakes.
  12. Crazyhen

    Marine reptile from Yunnan

    This is an incomplete specimen of marine reptile from Luoping, Yunnan Province of China. Triassic. Any idea what is the species? It looks like Diandongosaurus.
  13. Do you think this two-headed Hyphalosaurus is a composite or that it is in fact two individuals with overlapped body (I see quite a lot of bones in abdomen)?
  14. Hello does this looks good or bad. I know these are not rare but good quality is pretty hard to find. So i hope this is real deal Thanks
  15. Fungi might have lived on land earlier than thought. Tiny pyritized fossils over 600 million years old http://www.sci-news.com/paleontology/ediacaran-fungi-09298.html
  16. Is this a genuine dinosaur limb? It is found from Ganzhou of Jiangxi, China. Late Cretaceous formation. The matrix is about 50cm in length.
  17. Is this a genuine egg? Of a small dinosaur or reptile? It was found in Ganzhou of China, Cretaceous Formation.
  18. Crazyhen

    Pterygotus segment?

    This piece was found at Quqing, Yunnan of China. It’s Devonian formation. I’d it a segment of pterygotus?
  19. Hello everyone, It's been a while since I've started a topic on the forum; but over time, it has occurred to me how many of our forum members have spectacular specimens of Chinese trilobites. I hope to start this thread to showcase and celebrate the amazing trilobite fossils that come from China, contributed by no other than our very own. Chinese trilobites have been relatively underlaid in the trilobite collection world by the Moroccan material and Russian material. But with a jaw-dropping diversity and rarity of trilobites, China's trilobites may make up for the incr
  20. Crazyhen

    Plant fossil from Yunnan?

    This is a specimen from Luoping, Yunnan Province of China. Triassic. It looks like a conifer. Is it a plant fossil ? Plant fossils are rarely found in the Triassic formation there.
  21. The specimen below is said to be a Caudipteryx, not sure if it's a C. zoui or C. dongi. Is it a genuine one? Or a very good replica?
  22. Crazyhen

    Dinosaur Bone from Ganzhou, China

    This bone is about 70cm in length. It is from Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province of China in which a lot of dinosaur eggs were found. Cretaceous Formation. Is it a dinosaur bone?
  23. blackmoth

    Melodon majori?

    I got a this fossil piece that is supposedly "Melodon major". with the knowledge that local people would always try to put the broken and/or deformed pieces together, just to make it look more appealing in the market. It seems to me that the occlusion of the front teeth looks "original", and so does the skull, as the cervical vertebra was not visible until I removed the clays (I assume people would not fake something that is not visible). The cheekbone looks kind of unnatural and was probably "assembled", as it is protruding and tends to break off. However, the lower jaw b
  24. Hello, I have an unidentified plant from the Jiufotang Formation of Sihedang, Lingyuan, Liaoning Province I acquired this plant as a Baiera sp. However, due to the way it was preserved, I cannot tell if it has the characteristic "split-vein" lobes of Ginkgoales. Also problematic is that Baiera sp. from Jiufotang seem to come in a wide variety of shapes Here are two pics of Baiera sp. from China. There is also a paywalled article A new species of Baiera from the Early Cretaceous Jehol Biota of southeastern Jilin, China so I'd appreciate if anyone can share i
  25. Stunningly preserved ‘Cretaceous Pompeii’ fossils may not be what they seem By Mindy Weisberger, Live science https://www.livescience.com/agu-dinosaurs-3d-cretaceous-pompeii.html The talk is: Chen, E., MacLennan, S., Kinney, S., Chang, C., Olsen, P., Sha, J., Fang, Y., Liu, J. and Shoene, B., 2020, December. A New Look at the Lujiatun: Dinosaur Attrition in Burrows, Not a Cretaceous Pompeii and Not a Shoreline to the Jianshangou Lake. In AGU Fall Meeting 2020. AGU. https://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/sites/default/files/u1748/Chen_Abstra
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