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  1. musicnfossils

    Dinosaur Egg?

    Hey y’all, super curious about this potential egg as I’ve never found one before. Could be just a strange rock but I had to be sure. Apologies for the lack of measurements I misplaced my measuring tape but I can provide better photos as soon as I find it. Dinosaur park formation, steveville AB
  2. Duddyson


    Hey everyone, my brother obtained this fossil from my grandma who got it from my great grandpa after he passed away. I have no reason to believe my great grandpa would fake this because he kept it to himself. However if it’s an archaeopteryx it’s pretty hard to believe. Let me know what you guys think, thanks in advance.
  3. Found a peculiar bone in the upper HSCF this weekend and am unsure of what it is. I occasionally find marine material, but for the most part the area is all terrestrial dinosaur fossils. What could it be?
  4. Hi everyone, just wanted to hop on the Paleoart side of the forum and post one of my favorite pieces I've done in the last year. I gave it the apt title of "Unreferenced Hadrosauridae" as I began drawing the head of a random hadrosaur, not of any particular genus, with a charcoal pencil and began filling it in with scales. I would later submit the drawing to be displayed in the student art gallery, which was a cool first. Here it is after I finished the scaling, pre color. Add some color, red for the flashy bits, earth tones for camouflage.
  5. Hi Fossils Preparation Fans, Last week I received 1900kg of unprepared dinosaur bones in plaster jackets. Now my neigborhood thinks I lost my mind and I received a lot of eye-rolling from my wife. However, my two sons (7y and 2.5y old dino fans) and myself think it was an excellent idea to acquire the material. The fossils have been collected in the upper layers of the Morisson Formation. Location: Moffat County, Colorado As always when buying unprepared dinosaur bones you do not really know what you get. However, it seems that most material is Apatosaurus (
  6. Third topic I've posted in two days, lol. Found some cheap Taco fossils, listed separately but may or may not be associated. First one is metatarsals: Second is a femur: Third is a tibia: The seller says that these are "reconstructed from matrix". What I assume that that's supposed to mean is that these were broken bones that were removed from the matrix and then reassembled. Or that's what I hope, at least. I also found what appears to be a complete Taco foot.
  7. Thefossilman92

    Very tiny tyrannosaurid tooth

    I have this very tiny tyrannosaurid tooth from hell creek formation, south dakota. Im wondering if it's possible to know if the tooth is from a infant nano or t-rex? Distal serration density: about 6/mm Can't see any intact serrations on the mesial side. Crown Height: 4 mm Crown base-lenght: 2,5 mm Crown base-width: under 1 millimeter, about 0,8 mm to roughly estimate (very hard to measure this one).
  8. EvolEd

    Camptosaurus Ischium

    Hi folks, I just wanted to share my latest addition to the Jurassic wing of my humble collection! This is a beautiful near complete Camptosaurus ischium. It has great bone quality despite being extremely fragile. It's about 14" long and is just missing some of the flanges but is otherwise complete. The Morrison Formation is one of my favourites and I'm extremely lucky to have secured this specimen, as they don't come around very often in all my years of scouring the internet. I absolutely love it Cheers Marcus
  9. I see a vertical pupil raptor eye and embryo in the egg shaped, smooth rock. I was looking for geodes, I found this tiny geode, broke it open at home, and the other half broke into pieces - 3 or 4 crumbly. I did this 17 years ago. Now, I have joined a lapidary group, ALMS Alabama, and been to a meeting, and I have had this on my shelf for 17 years. I was thinking it is an ugly geode nodule? But then, yesterday I thought, it looks like an egg, it's insides are multicolored like a fossilized egg? I then go my magnifying glass and I can see an eye, and 3 part skull with divisions line
  10. My granddaughter was watching this earlier and I thought maybe there is hope for kids cartoons. Title was suspose to say peppa pig
  11. sharktoothboy

    Allosaurus Illustration

    Hey everyone, Here is an illustration of an Allosaurus I just finished. I used ink on Bristol board. I plan on doing many more illustrations of other prehistoric animals similar to this and I'll be sure to post those on here too. My two passions are paleontology and art and I strive to learn as much as I can about both. If you want to see some of my other work in the meantime you can visit my website www.mikeosheaart.com. Thanks for looking! -Mike
  12. Hello, some time ago I bought these 3 theropod teeth from Morocco. I suspect they come from the Kem Kem Formation, but I'm not sure because the colors are sometimes unusual. Do any of you have any idea what species or groups of dinosaurs we are dealing with here? I first labeled them as Abelisauridae indet., but I'm not sure if that's true, especially for the first tooth. Thank you in advance. Tooth 1:
  13. prehistoricpeasant

    Possibly a tooth or a scute?

    Found in Drumheller, Alberta, about 3/4 inch. Any idea what it is?
  14. Hi everyone! I recently acquired some really interesting little Theropod teeth from the Hell Creek Formation of Carter County Montana. I have my suspicions on IDs, but I would really like a second opinion. Tooth 1: My first thought with this little guy was Troodontid, but I have no experience with Troodontid teeth. It might also be a really tiny Dromaeosaur. No serrations or even a trace of serrations on the mesial side is kind of a unique feature. It doesn't look like they were there and wore off either, it looks like there were never serrations on that side.
  15. What do you guys think? Full size dromaeosaurus from East Asia I think. Seems too good to be sold
  16. I purchased this rib from Kemkem beds,but I'm not sure if it belongs to a dinosaur or a crocodile, does anyone have an idea? Thank you
  17. DHC

    ID help - Alberta

    Hi all This one has me stumped. Found along the Red Deer River outside Dinosaur park. I thought it had some characteristics of a jaw? Any help and direction would be appreciated.
  18. Le Ouistiti

    Kem Kem dino bones

    Hello fossil lovers, i bought those bones at Sainte-Marie-aux-mines and i need help for identification. All are from Kem Kem. 1 : I think an abelisauroïd (?Noasaurid) cervical but i need confirmation. 2 : no idea about this vert. 3 : distal caudal vert but no idea for the identification. Croc ? Dino ? 4 : Spinosaurid mid-cervical vert but i need to know the exact position
  19. patrickhudson

    Tyrannosaur model

    Had an idea a while back to try and make a replica maxillary cast of a tyrannosaur and set some of my real teeth I’ve collected from the JRF in it. This was attempt one - took me about an hour. Wanted to see if it was worth putting more effort into it. Next step would be getting someone much smarter than me to help identify some of my teeth so they can be in the correct area of the mouth. I’ve got about 40 to choose from. For now, it was just to get an idea.
  20. prehistoricpeasant

    Possible hadrosaur jaw segment?

    Found in horseshoe canyon AB is 1.5 inches long. Any idea if this is hadrosaur and then what type of hadrosaur?
  21. jikohr

    Are these Juvenile Rexes?

    Hi everyone! I acquired these two pretty recently and immediately though Juvenile Rex, but after that other one I figured I should be more careful and ask for a second opinion. Both are from the Hell Creek of Powder River County, Montana. Tooth 1: Crown Height: 11 mm Crown Base Length: 5.5 mm Crown Base Width: 5 mm Mesial serration density: 4.5 per mm Distal serration density: 4 per mm Tooth 2: Crown Height: 14 mm Crown Base length: 7 mm Crown Base Width: 5 mm Mesial serration density: 4.5 per mm Distal serration density:
  22. Kirsten 79

    Can anyone tell me what this is

  23. I figured I would trade a few of the teeth which I have multiple of, and see if anyone is interested in trading for something that I haven't got. 1 - rare, rooted likely Psitaccosaurus tooth from the Yixian Formation of China. Lujiatun beds. 2 - Partial Rhabdodon tooth from Gres a Reptiles 3 - Ichthyovenator tooth from Laos Interested in any trades for dinosaurs I may not have. So will consider any offers.
  24. Simonsaz

    Daspletosaurus tooth?

    Hello, a quick question. I bought this tooth as Daspletosaurus tooth 2 1/8. it was found in the Judith river formation (exactly?) is it conceivable that it is also a Gorgosaurus tooth? Or is it even possible to determine exactly? I would be very happy about your opinion. Best wishes.
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