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  1. SCfossilhunter

    Possible hadrosaur tooth fragment

    Found this while sifting a Cretaceous marine sight in upper New Jersey. Resembles a partial hadrosaur tooth but I'm not 100% on that ID and curious if it's actually something more common that I'm not aware of. It's approx. 1.9 cm (3/4") in length.
  2. Alex Eve

    Hadrosaur tooth variation?

    Howdy all I’m wondering if there is any variation in the teeth between different hadrosaur species? In the guide to common vertebrate fossils of Alberta there is a diagram that portrays a supposed Corythosaurus tooth and that some other tooth diagrams do not represent Corythosaurus. There’s a bit of a difference between the diagrams, but I’m unsure if it warrants identification to a genus level. I took a look at my hadrosaur teeth and noticed there is a difference between these two. The one on the right is wider and has a more prominent central carina. Could this be ta
  3. Harris

    Hell Creek

    Are there any excursions other than Paleoprospectors where you pay for the fossil excursion and you can keep your finds? Hells Creek
  4. Hi everyone! Got this at an auction for a really good price (probably because of the missing portion) labeled as hadrosaur. 66-67 million years old. from hell creek formation in South Dakota. length about 3.3 inches, width roughly the same. I guess it seems a bit too good to be true for me as it’s my first vertebrae specimen and it’s also a hadrosaur which I see commonly running for +. Thanks in advance!
  5. I received an offer for a Hadrosaur egg from Nanxiong formation.. and I am confused because the egg looks too perfect... and the crack of the egg looks unnatural to me. Would you share your opinions?
  6. I am told this is an fossiles egg from dendroolitihus sp. It should be real, but who knows?
  7. hadrosauridae

    Distal MT3 of a Hadrosaur

    Finished my latest prep. Now, I realize that in the worlds of both commercial and academic paleo, this is a useless, junk fossil. Its an unassociated, partial in poor condition, and any final monetary value doesnt meet the time invested in the prep. However, its special for me in that its my first "wild" find. I hiked, explored, tracked the float, found the end of this in the face of a wall, then excavated it. I was hoping for a much more complete fossil, but this was it. It is highly fractured and deeply root rotted. But I carefully disassembled all its parts, cleaned them, consolidated t
  8. My wife and I recently traveled to Fairbanks, Alaska for a mini vacation and toured the Museum of the North on the University of Alaska, Fairbanks campus. It brought back some old memories as I completed my undergraduate training there in 1986. Here are a few pictures from the displays that I found interesting. The hadrosaurs display is fairly new and in the entryway Mammoth display Dinosaur interpretive displaysRay Troll art. Enjoy! AK Hiker
  9. This is supposed to be a Hadrosaur egg from China, from an older collection. I'd appreciate any input. From the images I've seen its not obvious, but more convincing than some fakes I've seen. I'm afraid other than 'Hadrosaur' and 'China' I don't have any further information.
  10. Hello, Any thoughts on this? It is a Hadrosaur egg from Guangdong, China. 9.4cm x 8.8 x 6. I know it's far from the best egg you'll see--but I was offered it for a good price, less than even I've seen poor conditioned eggs go for) . But does anyone see any restoration/composite to it? Now, I wish to check--the grey is eggshell, still partially covered by matrix? Or is the grey bits, which I am thinking is ill-cleaned eggshell, actually not eggshell either? I'm considering it for a piece for my desk at work here in Taipei--got my eye on a better
  11. Kevin Shales

    Hadrosaur Egg

    Hi there I’m new to this site ..... could this possibly be a Hadrosaur Egg? I found it down a long coastal track on the Wild Coast in Transkei South Africa. It’s extremely heavy! Many thanks in advance . Cheers. Kevin.
  12. Hello, I am waiting to here back from the seller a more specific location, so I will update when I get a county/town. But info I have thus far is this is a Hadrosaur column, tail vertebra, supposedly from the Two Medicine Formation of Montana. Is the description of it being Hadrosaur correct? I assume if Hadrosaur, it will be difficult to narrow down further given the number of different Hadrosaur species there are.It is 6 fused vertebra, and if it's Hadrosaur, it might make a nice display piece for me so I will likely go for it. I've also requested some extra photos.
  13. FF7_Yuffie

    Hell Creek vertebra

    Hello, Can someone take a look at this and give your thoughts? I bought it without getting it ID'd because of it's ridiculously low price--if I waited to get it ID'd it would have probably been snapped up. So, figured it was worth a buy now, id later. Anyway, it is sold as been "dinosaur vertebra" from Hell Creek, Montana. I think it is Edmontosaurus because of the heart-shaped centrum--others online seem to have that shape to them. I was wondering if it might also be a Thescelosaurus vertebra given the small size, but most of them I see seem to have more rounded centru
  14. ThePhysicist

    Hadrosaur

    From the album: Aguja Formation

    Dinosaur material is uncommon in this matrix. This is a fragment of a small hadrosaur tooth.
  15. musicnfossils

    Alberta Gold

    Went on a wild fossil hunting trip today out on private land in the Dinosaur Park fm. and found something that I’ve since reported to the Tyrrell. My best guess is a partial hadrosaur tail. The specimen is about 3 feet long by 1.5 feet wide. There was no other associated material nearby but there may be more of this dinosaur under the surface. I’ll also post a few of my favourite surface finds for today. I have a before and after photo of a vert, a large partial rib and some tyrannosaur teeth & a croc tooth.
  16. I'll start with the jrf vertebrae which I believe to be a hadrosaur cervical wondering if it is possible to narrow it down to a species if possible? And again anyone who is taking the time to look over these I thank you very much in advance.
  17. Good night All, please try to check attached egg photos. There are 2 hadrosaur eggs and one oviraptor egg. Do you thing all this material is fake. Some person is trying to sell it to me. Do you thing all this have red flags? Best regards. Alvaro.
  18. musicnfossils

    March Has Been Pretty Nice...

    ...so I headed out to find some Dinos. All fossils dinosaur park fm. Got some new land permissions so I have lots of area to wander. Here’s some notable finds from today. Large hadrosaur (or possibly ceratopsian) foot bone, large hadrosaur foot claw, tyrannosaurid caudal vert, possible tyrannosaurid toe bone, and some indet. fused verts. These will be pictured, there were various other verts and smaller bones found that I may post later.
  19. CBchiefski

    Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide

    The Advanced Dinosaur Egg Guide Please share this with those who have egg questions. When possible, technical terms were avoided or defined. Every effort has been made to ensure accuracy, but it is always important to do your own research. This guide is merely a snapshot of information taken from many scientific publications. I am not an expert on eggs, rather I just love sharing what little I have learned over the years, what science has learned over the years. For an overview on how to spot a fossilized dinosaur egg and the sizes of eggs, see the basic guide:
  20. Rexofspades

    Two Medicine Hadrosaur vertebra ID

    Hi! I got this Hadrosaur caudal vert from the two medicine formation. in Pondera County. I was wondering what part of the tail this bone would have come from? the seller says it is likely a proximal vertebra, but couldn't give any details on its placement. Is there any possible way you can tell what part of the tail this fossil belonged to? assuming a grown individual of the species. If exact placement isn't possible, Ill settle for general region. The centrum of the Vert is 2.7 x 2.3. x 2.2" and the process is 7.6" long in a straightline including the anterior points
  21. Kasia

    Is this really it?

    Hello, I received this yesterday as a birthday gift - it was sold as an imprint of hadrosaur skin, Cretaceous, from Hell Creek. Do you think it really is hadrosaur skin?
  22. I found this specimen along with some other fossils during a fossil hunt. This vertebra is very peculiar and unique, due to its small size, and it’s composition. It is completely permineralized by hematite, making it feel much heavier than the average rock. It almost feels like a chunk of metal. Probably belongs to one of the endemic hadrosaur species of the Cerro del Pueblo Formation, such as Velafrons coahuilensis, or Latirhinus uitstlani.
  23. I purchased these two fossils a while ago. Both are from the Hell Creek Formation in South Dakota, and both were described as hadrosaur jaws. They definitely seem to resemble the jaws of hadrosaurs, however I've noticed that the empty tooth rows of ceratopsians look extremely similar (to my untrained eyes), which is making me reconsider the seller's ID. I am hoping that someone out there with more knowledge can state confidently if these are ceratopsian or hadrosaur, and preferably if they can briefly explain why they think so. Bonus points if you can state if these are from the upper or l
  24. bcfossilcollector

    Hadrosaur jaw fragments

    These are two Hadrosaurus jaw fragments I’ve had for awhile. As far as I know they are from the Hell Creek formation of Montana. I think they might be Edmontosaurus but I really can’t tell. The fragment exhibiting tooth channels is about 8 inches in length. The other fragment or chunk exhibits many broken teeth and is about 4 inches in length. @Troodon @jpc might like to have a look?
  25. Hello, I am hoping someone can help identify this fossilized vertebrae that was found along the Missouri River near St. Louis, MO. It is 2" across.
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