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  1. brinyside

    Herbivore tooth - fossil or not?

    I am trying to find out if this herbivore tooth is fossilized or not, and what animal it is from. It was found on a sandy beach in Gloucester, MA. Any ID help would be appreciated. If it is old or fossilized, wouldn't it be more worn down? I'm not that familiar with horses, if that's what it is. Tooth is wet in one photo. Thanks in advance!
  2. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

    Diplodocus tooth from Moffat County, Colorado.
  3. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

    Diplodocus tooth from the Morrison Formation, Moffat County, Colorado.
  4. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

    Some of my herbivorous dinosaur teeth. I need to fix a couple of the labels, as I've recently learned that "Tegana Formation" isn't actually a thing.
  5. Frightmares

    Thescelosaurus tooth

    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

    Thescelosaurus tooth from Hell Creek Formation
  6. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

  7. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

  8. Frightmares


    From the album: Dinosaur Teeth

  9. Ericlin

    Herbivore tooth?

    I found this strange tooth in Lance formation matrix. It is very small so I apologize for my image quality. Not sure what to make of it maybe some herbivore dinosaur tooth or lizard tooth? It’s .1875 inches. Interested to see what other people think. Thanks
  10. Pachycep

    ID Moroccan herbivore claw

    Hi everyone, I recently stumbled upon a dinosaur claw from the Kem Kem formation in Morocco. It dates to the Late Cretaceous. By the flat bottom and lack of a sharp point it clearly belonged to a herbivore. I am aware that there is very little documentation on fossils from this area, especially wen it comes to herbivores. Yet I was wondering of someone might know to what (general) species or family this claw could belong. Similar claws from other geographical areas are more then welcome as well for reference. Note: the scale bar in the photo is in centimeters,
  11. These are all out of the same estate auction as my earlier posts. One of the members, found that much of the collection was posted on this site by the former owner but these weren’t. I sent him a message but doubt I will hear back given the nature of estate auctions. Any help identifying these is as always greatly appreciated.
  12. JorisVV

    Dinosaur tooth?

    Hi everyone, maybe a strange ID. Here is the best pictutes i could take of it. Have no idea where it is from, likely somewhere in the USA. Also have no idea what it is.
  13. Home and settled, have 3 more teeth I’d like ID’s on before I do a trip report. 1) Very obviously a herbivore tooth - half of one anyway. 2) Tooth of some kind with enamel with vertical Hunter-Schreger bands 3) Looks like a Dugong tooth fragment kinda, but could also be a rock 1) Herbivore tooth: 2) Enamel banded tooth: Top: Root: View of enamel: 3) Dugong?
  14. Meganeura

    Peace River herbivore tooth ID help

    So literally just got back out to my spot from yesterday in the hopes of continuing with a good shovel to start off the day. First shovel of the day results in this: Dugong? Tapir? Any help appreciated! @Shellseeker @Harry Pristis
  15. Picked up this tooth today in the Peace River and I'm really not sure what herbivore it's from, I'm thinking possibly camel? Any help would be appreciated! Top: Bottom: Sides:
  16. Mtwtgt

    Peace River herbivore tooth?

    My son found this tooth today. We believe it is a herbivore tooth based on the flat smooth surface. We're uncertain though, and would appreciate any info you may have.
  17. Stuwii

    Herbivore Tooth?

    Can anyone help me identify this. It was found in gravel deposits in the River Ribble in Lancashire , UK. I have posted it elsewhere with not much luck getting it ID. Thank you.
  18. I've had this partial ulna in my collection for many year's, found in some Pleistocene river channel mud deposits in the UK. Labelled it up as Bison due to the amount of Bison material in the area. But after showing it to a collector of similar finds we have agreed that it's not Bison but could possibly be from a carnivore. Can anyone else see carnivore as well please. Can supply measurements and different photos if needed.
  19. Jordy3d

    Tooth herbivore

    Hi I found this in airdire Alberta I don’t know what animal or dinosaur this is from. I’m thinking maybe a cow or bison? In the area that I found it I usually just find Gastropods or fossil shells. Thanks
  20. alisonh2o

    Found in Cape Fear River, NC

    Hi All, About 3", this was found by a friend this weekend by the Cape Fear River. We're guessing a jaw of some herbivore, but no clue beyond that! Anyone know? Thanks!
  21. Kimi64

    Herbivore Tooth

    Hi Everyone, I had a great outing at Flag Ponds Park yesterday. The day started with my first intact Meg about 20 minutes into my search. Then later on I found an herbivore tooth. Please help me ID the species. It measures approximately 2.6 cm x 2.7 cm. Thanks for your help.
  22. BasilTheBulgarSlayer

    Deer Molar?

    Hello everyone. I found this molar when searching a site recently, and I am not sure what it is from. I don't know my teeth very well, but I suspect it came from a deer? Maybe a worn molar? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  23. Good evening everyone, Does anyone have an explanation why there are so many theropod teeth from Kem Kem available (Carcharodontosaur, Spinosaur) while there aren't way as many herbivore teeth being offered from that area? Shouldn't herbivores have outnumbered the theropods by a lot?
  24. Spinodude

    Fossil bone/tooth, Bison? (NL)

    Found this large fossil tooth at the Kaloot beach, The Netherlands while looking for fossil shark teeth. Tried cross referencing it to the local database and I think it might be a European Bison...but I'm not sure. Maybe some of you guys can ID it! It's about 10-12 cm tall (rough estimate), two deep grooves on top. Bottom is hollow. Quite worn, you can see the internal bone structure in several places. Sides are smooth. Would love to hear what you guys think!
  25. Kurufossils

    Large NJ Cretaceous Bone

    Found this thick bone piece in a new jersey cretaceous creek and wonder if its possible to maybe id since one side has a distinct rough texture while the other is flatter and striated, I would guess either large turtle, mosasaur, or dinosaur. My friend joked its a theropod maxilary skull fragment, but we all know around here that material seems close to impossible to come across haha. Interested to hear any other thoughts.
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