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  1. Fossil Maniac

    What type of dromaeosaur is this?

    Hello! I bought this dromaeosaur tooth and I’d like to know what genus maybe even species it is from. Thank you! (The tooth measures 0.46 inches and is from hill county Montana it is 74 million years old.
  2. Dino Dad 81

    Saurornithelestes, Troodon?

    Hello and thank you for checking this out. I got this tooth a while back. It comes from the Judith River Formation and is about 8mm apical length. The serrations seem large to the tune of Troodon, but they're too worn to be certain that they point apically throughout the posterior carina. (It was sold as Pectinodon, but I'm not seeing that.) What do you think it is? Thanks!
  3. fossils-uk

    Judith River Theropod Tooth

    Hey guys, I obtained this tooth at tucson this year direct from the finder. It is from the Judith river formation, hill county, montana. 2.2cm long. got a characteristic V shaped flattened area on each side of the tooth, which i have seen in nanotryannus but it can't be that ? as nano doesnt occur in the judith river.... or it's has been mislabelled? My question is tyrannosaurid or dromeosaurid? if so what could it be? thanks for your time. @Troodon
  4. Dear all, as an early Christmas present I got myself this tooth. It was sold as a Dromaeosaurus from the Judith River Formation in Montana. I tried my best to take close-up pictures of the denticles… They are clearly visible on one side but seem to be very worn (they are only faintly partially visible) on the other side… Can you agree on the ID of Dromaeosaurus albertensis? Thanks in advance and have a great Holidays!
  5. jikohr

    Dinosaur tooth id help

    Hi everyone! A little while a go I bought some Tyrannosaur tooth fragments from the Judith Hill formation. They all looked correctly identified but this one looks a little funny to me. It's definitely a partial theropod tooth from Judith Hill formation of Montana. I just would like another look at it. It's a little less than an inch long.
  6. I'd came across an sale listed as an associated pair of juvenile Hadrosaur Dorsal vertebrae - from the Judith River Formation. I had been wondering, are they really associated, and how can you tell if fossils are associated? Here are the pictures from the seller.
  7. Good morning buds! Managed to acquire for a very affordable price this theropod tooth, told from Judith River Formation. The seller believe it's Saurornitholestes langstoni, but some guys from my instagram account where I have posted it suggested it's a small tyrannosaurid. The only pic is missing is the base view, but the tooth base is almost rectangular. Very flat. Can't spot the denticle tips pointing up on mesial carina. If someone can tell out more from it it would be really appreciated! Thank for your time, have a nice day!
  8. PaleoNoel

    Tyrannosaurid Tooth

    From the album: Judith River fm. Fossil Finds

    Probably my best find from that trip, this is so far the largest self found theropod tooth in my collection. It either belongs to Gorgosaurus or Daspletosaurus, though it is difficult to determine. Tyrannosauridae indet. (Either Gorgosaurus, Daspletosaurus or another taxon). Judith River fm.
  9. PaleoNoel

    Ornithomimid Claw

    From the album: Judith River fm. Fossil Finds

    One of my favorite finds from my trip to Montana last summer, a foot claw from an ornithomimid. Probably not identifiable beyond the family level. Ornithomimdae sp. Judith River fm.
  10. PaleoNoel

    Dromaeosaur (cf. Saurornitholestes) Tooth

    From the album: Judith River fm. Fossil Finds

    cf. Saurornitholestes langstoni Late Cretaceous (Campanian~76 mya) Judith River formation
  11. Hey everyone, I've entered the final week of my awesome 3 week excursion with PaleoProspectors! We finish in Northern Montana in the Judith River formation. Monday we started at microsite which was easily accessed and a location I had some success two years prior- in 2017 I found a Troodon tooth here among other nice fossils. It became readily apparent that this location was going to give us another productive day. Although I found no complete theropod teeth early on, I did find a number of partials and fragments, along with spit teeth and some crocodilian fossils. The bea
  12. WhodamanHD

    Tyrannosaurid tooth?

    I acquired this tooth a while back from a seller who labeled this as daspletosaurus. He said it was collected in the Judith river formation. Is there any way to tell if this is correct? The Judith river formation according to Wikipedia has only two tyrannosaurs, deinodon and aublysodon (which is possibly a junior synonym of deinodon) so I'm guessing it's one of those? Any one know anything further?
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