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  1. Really beefed up my collection this year: Amber: Spent a while with my trusty loupe combing through Chiapas amber sold by the gram and found a very uncommon flower petal. The seller took a moment to offer up a page on his phone about the healing properties of amber, and he gave me a polite nod and laugh when I said I'm more interested in the scientific properties. I like dead stuff. Big Claw: Always wanted a thick beefy claw! Labeled as a Carch claw from Kem Kem but after reading some of @Troodon's posts it could be a Spino or generic theropod. Really love the shape
  2. Hi, does anyone have or know where I can view images of a anklysaurus/nodosaur foot but especially the ungals? Having a hard time finding images for a comparison.
  3. Fred007

    Dinosaur foot or something else?

    Hi, new to this forum and looking for an expert eye, my parents have a rockery and as we live near the beach the majority of rocks are from the beach. One rock caught my eye and it seems to have fossil type feel, it looks like a Dinosaur claw/foot. Now it's either a fossil or I have been watching too many movies!! Any feedback will be appreciated. Thankyou
  4. carch_23

    Pachy ungual claw?

    Hi all, would like to ask your opinions on these claws i purchased labelled as Pachycephalosaurus Foot claw (Juvenile) from Powder River Montana. Ive just seen some threads where some mistake Thesc claws with Pachy claws due to their similarities I guess. Just wanted to make sure or confirm the species of these little guys. Cheers!
  5. Seller says It has field crack repair but I was wondering if it looks restored. Thanks
  6. @hxmendoza is one of the foremost dinosaur claw experts I know. I spoke to him several days ago about the "typical" dinosaur claw we see from Kem Kem. He pointed out something interesting. Let me know your thoughts!
  7. AJ Plai

    Dino Teeth & Claws Collection

    From the album: Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Assorted collection of dinosaur teeth and claws from North America (upper shelf) & Morocco (lower shelf)
  8. DSMissed

    Hell Creek SD claws and toes

    The first two pictures I think are struthiomimus, although I'm not entirely sure if that toe bone matches up to it or not. They were found together though. The claw is about 2" long, the toe bone is about 1.25". The third and fourth pictures, I think is either struthiomimus as well, or raptor, but I don't know which. It is just under 2" long. The last picture of the tiny metatarsal or metacarpal, I have no idea.
  9. Jaimin013

    Thoughts on this Allosaurus claw

    Hi there, Let me know your thoughts on this allosaurus claw? I think it has a small bit of resto to it, thanks! Location: Morrison Formation, Bone Cabin Quarry, Wyoming
  10. njfossils

    Are these dinosaur claws

    Need help with I'd purchased so i don't have any info
  11. Earlier this week I received a package in the mail with two very important fossils. Years ago, I owned a gorgeous Bambiraptor feinbergi Sickle claw from the Two Medicine Formation, and a Saurornitholestes langstoni hand claw. I foolishly sold them away to a very good friend of mine back East. I've regretted that decision for years. Well last week I was able to convince my friend to sell them back to me. I sold a very nice fossil claw (something I rarely ever do nowadays since restarting my collection) in order to come up with the money to purchase them.
  12. Reptilia

    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
  13. Lisa wardle

    Dinosaur claw or not????

    Is this an authentic dinosaur claw??
  14. AJ Plai

    T-Rex Claw?

    A friend of mine sent me these pictures of a dinosaur claw which has been turned into a fashion accessory (!!!!) and would like to know from what kind of dinosaur it came from: I am no expert on dinosaur claw identification, but the owner was told it's an American claw (once again, no clear locality, just North America) and a T-Rex claw which from as far as I can tell, this claw doesn't seem to look Hell Creekish, so I am very skeptical about this claim. What do claw experts here think this could be from? Assuming that these are not replica (which I frankly don't know for sure, unfortuna
  15. This is a claw found in Hell Creek so I assumed it's a Dromaeosaur but upon searching for pics online it seems that a Dromaeosaur seem to have a smaller digit bone that connects with the claw so my guess is it could be a claw from Chirostenotes but can't be sure. This is the specimen: Just the claw: And this is the digit bone: What do you guys think it could be? Thx for the help
  16. From the album: My Cabinet of Curiosity & Geological Art

    Assortment of dinosaur and reptiles teeth and claw from various localities
  17. Dinosaur claws are probably one of the most expensive dinosaur fossils you can find since it's much rarer than teeth, and no doubt, many if not all dinosaur collectors would probably like to have at least one in their collections. Dinosaur claws also seem to have many fakes and replicas floating around due to its impressiveness and rarity. Its probably easy enough to distinguish the resin or plastic replica from real ones with simple observation, handling to get a feel of a specimen's weight and hardness or test like hot needle to see if it melts or not. Plus, so far I haven't seen any dealer
  18. car209

    Id Help?

    Hello Everyone. Can anyone possibly tell me what I have in these pictures? There are 3 what I think are claws?? There is more of this animal that I will be posting. Im so anxious to hear what everyone has to say . The Large claw # 1. actually has veins in the petrified bone at the beginning of the claw, I guess there veins. #2. is spectucular in itself. Almost tooth like but feel its a claw as well. #3. is claw like but not real sure. It is some kind of Bone,it appears to be anyway. I appreciate anyone that takes time to answer this post. Thanks again
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