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  1. Hello. I would like to request help on this supposed claw of Moroccan Pterosaur. Thank you to all who always help me! Size: 13.3 mm = 1.52 in Weight: 1 g = 0.04 oz
  2. Is this a claw?

    I think this is a claw of some sort. Found this in a brook in NJ.
  3. Is this a toe?

    Found this in a dry creekbed near Silver City NM. Thought it may have drifted down from the Permian rock that's about half a mile away, or the Cretaceous rock that's about the same distance. Looks like a toe bone with a claw on one end, but I can't tell if I'm just imagining things. Don't know why, but I'm thinking maybe Dimetrodon? Any clue? Thanks.
  4. I've been really wanting to get back into fossil collecting, so I thought I could start off by buying something to make my collection better. I've always had an interest for theropod material probably since it's so rare. I came across these claws on eBay. It's a bit pricey but before I make any purchase I'd like to know if I should have any worries of them being fake. Is this claw genuine?
  5. Claw?

    Me again and my crazy finds. Does anyone know what this is? It was found in Big Brook State Park, NJ. Thanks in advance, Brooke
  6. Claw, jaw, or not at all?

    Hello, I have another one that's puzzling me. At first I thought it was a jaw with teeth, but there is no enamel present. My next option was a crab type claw, but it's much larger than the typical ones we find in Virginia. Any information would be greatly appreciated!
  7. can someone ID these?

    Found these in Big Brook over the past few years. Unfortunately, I am not knowledgeable enough to identify these with any certainty.This one obviously looks like a shark tooth, but I question it because it is not made up of the same shiny material as the other "regular" looking shark tooth fossils we found. No clue about this glob.Porous The top tooth has a sandy texture and less boney look but same shape. The left one does not seem fossilized to me. Not sure if prehistoric squid or something like a claw or nail? Centers seem to be a little hollowed out.
  8. what is this?!

    Found these in Big Brook over the past few years. Unfortunately, I am not knowledgeable enough to identify these with any certainty.This one obviously looks like a shark tooth, but I question it because it is not made up of the same shiny material as the other "regular" looking shark tooth fossils we found. No clue about this glob.Porous The top tooth has a sandy texture and less boney look but same shape. The left one does not seem fossilized to me. Not sure if prehistoric squid or something like a claw or nail? Centers seem to be a little hollowed out.
  9. Is this a Claw?

    I found this and thought it might be a claw? Found in the Eastern Washington/North Idaho area. It weighs 20 oz and measures 5" x 4" and is about 1.5" at its thickest point. I do have more pictures but I'm having sizing issures. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
  10. Claw or tooth?

    Went out on a hunt today and found the usual shark teeth ray barbs. Two of my finds I'm not sure about they seem to be either a claws or teeth. Found them in north Louisiana in an outcrop from the Late Cretaceous Epoch. Anyone have any ideas?
  11. Dinosaur Claw

    Hi everyone, I found this claw in the Hell Creek formation of Montana. Any idea what it might have come from? Not sure if the tip is broken off, worn off or just naturally short. Thanks very much! Lauren
  12. Interesting finds in South East Asia

    Hi All, Wow, great forum. So many helpful people Thank you for the prompt replies on my last post. I have posted a few more pictures I took while travelling through SEA. Not sure what any of the fossils are, sorry. I especially like the fossil in the first picture. Some kind of claw or spine...? Hope you enjoy. Cheers, M
  13. Two Lance Formation Claws

    Hello Everyone, These two items were both collected by me last summer in Eastern Wyoming, Lance Formation (Upper Cretaceous). They come from a productive sandy microsite which also produced material from triceratops, hadrosaur, dromeosaur, fish, amphibian, crocodile, and if I remember correctly, mammal. I found the two claws below, and was looking for opinions on what they might belong to. I searched for a while trying to find the rest of the larger partial claw, but no luck. It may be tough to make out the grooves on that larger partial specimen due to weathering and lighting, but they are there. Any thoughts are greatly appreciated.
  14. Dinosaur claw

    Hi, I bought this claw in Rissani, Morocco for a week ago. It was found in the Kem-Kem area. But I'm not sure the species it belong to. Any suggestions?
  15. Dinosaur Claw Question

    Hi TFF, I have this dinosaur claw from Hell Creek. I purchased it a couple months ago and now I have noticed something I didnt really notice when I first got it. Its like hair- type stuff in the fossil itself. I thought it was just from the riker box it was in but when I tried taking it off, it was like it is part of the claw. Was just curious if you guys know anything about it if its is fungal or something. And how to take the stuff completely off it. Thanks guys and for the replies.
  16. What is this?

    I think we found this at the beach...don't remember. Has been sitting on a shelf for some time. Thanks!
  17. Crab Claw from Peace River???

    Found something else today in the River I can't ID. It sort of looks like a Crab Chelae from what I've found on the internet. It is hollow, it is a three sided pyramid shape with on side being nearly planar, and it is covered in "pimples". All guidance appreciated! Calvin in North Port, FL
  18. Can someone help me identify this "claw looking" fossil I found yesterday at Peace River in Arcadia, Florida. Many thanks!
  19. Possible Crab Claw Fragment?

    Ive had this little piece for a while, and had not really given it much attention until I ran into someones fossils from south florida, in which they had a tiny almost identical looking fragment. Heres a photo of mine, located last year at Calvert Cliffs!
  20. Possible tooth?

    Found this in a river a few years ago, and liked to believe it is a tooth. However unsure of true identification, and its very possible its just a stone. The base however looks similar to how a tooth does below the gum line, with pronounced difference in textures, which has led meto belive it maybe more than a rock. Please help. I can supply better images if needed.
  21. Florida claw tip

    I bought this many years ago in a bag of Floridian fossils. Any ideas?
  22. It's been awhile since I posted so I thought I would share a few recent buys. These two claws are definitely some of my grail fossils. Enjoy!! Allosaurus hand claw, digit 2:
  23. Cretaceous Claw

    I have been sifting / sorting through some additional matrix from the cretaceous, Albian of central Queensland Australia and have found another claw this time broken at both ends. The blood groove is present on both sides and it appears in this specimen it appears the blood vessel also goes into the claw on both sides. I am unsure if this is normal in some specific animals. Due to size I am guessing bird as the layer the fossil comes from was laid in the middle of a cretaceous sea so to far for a small animal to swim. The scale in the photos is in millimetres so the specimen is 7 mm at the longest point and 1.5 mm wide. Thanks in advance for any information or leads that can give additional information on this specimen. Mike D'Arcy
  24. indet. shrimp claw 6.JPG

    From the album Troyes - october 2016 - fossils from the albian clay

    An indet. shrimp claw from the albian clay of Troyes area (Aube - France)
  25. indet. shrimp claw 5.JPG

    From the album Troyes - october 2016 - fossils from the albian clay

    An indet. shrimp claw from the albian clay of Troyes area (Aube - France)
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