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  1. Joseph Kapler

    Theropod Tooth Identification

    Can anyone help with a Family-level identification of this tooth? The tooth is from the Kem-Kem beds of Morocco.
  2. Hello, I like to buy some crocodile teeth. I am unable to decide between Hamadasuchus, Elosuchus or another species. Location Kem Kem. I have this picture , I hope somebody can help me out. From left to right: 26 mm, 46 mm and 37mm
  3. Hey everyone! I recently found these items which are claimed to belong to Chthonosuchus lethei. However after some Googling, I found that this species doesn’t appear to exist outside of this dinosaur handbook. If possible, could you guys please help me identify what these species these specimens might belong to? There is a tooth, vert and what is said to be a juvenile jaw section. These are claimed to be from the Kem-Kem bed of Morocco. Many thanks. The set, with info card: Tooth: Vert: Jaw section:
  4. Ericdlr

    Vertebrae ID (Kem-Kem)

    Hi! I recently got 4 vertebras from Morocco (Kem-Kem beds). They told me that one of them (the smallest one, nº4) is a theropod vertebra but I don't know what kind of theropod it comes from (or even if it is possible to know). And I'm completely lost with the other 3 (number 1 - 3), I don't know if they are Spinosaurus, crocodile or even a mosasaur... Can anyone help me? Thanks in advance!
  5. Bilmor

    Dinosaur claw

    Hi, I bought this claw in Rissani, Morocco for a week ago. It was found in the Kem-Kem area. But I'm not sure the species it belong to. Any suggestions?
  6. There are two Thorectichthys species in Gara es Sbâa: The deep-bodied T. marocensis and the more slender T. rhadinus. Etymology: Generic name from the Greek "thorectes", masculine, meaning a warrior armed with a breast plate, in reference to the abdominal scutes of the fish, and "ichthys" meaning fish. Species name from the Greek “rhadinos” meaning slender, tapering or lithe, in reference to the body depth of this species being much less than in T. marocensis. Taxonomy from Murray and Wilson 2013. Diagnosis from Murray and Wilson 2013, p. 276: "Differs from the type species Thore
  7. There are two Thorectichthys species in Gara es Sbâa: The deep-bodied T. marocensis and the more slender T. rhadinus. Etymology: Generic name from the Greek "thorectes", masculine, meaning a warrior armed with a breast plate, in reference to the abdominal scutes of the fish, and "ichthys" meaning fish. Taxonomy from Murray and Wilson 2013. Diagnosis for Thorectichthys marocensis from Murray and Wilson 2013, p. 269: "A deep-bodied fish with body depth being between 57 and 65 % of standard length, having a deeper body in relation to standard length than Ellimmichthys, Ellimma, ‘Di
  8. Taxonomy from Murray & Wilson 2011. Diagnosis from Murray & Wilson 2011, p. 4: "Differs from the type species by having fewer pairs of pleural ribs (12–13 compared with 15–16 in S. elusivo); articulation of jaw more posteriorly placed (below midpoint of orbit rather than below anterior part of orbit in S. elusivo); lower jaw correspondingly more elongate than in S. elusivo (mandible about 70% of head length compared with 57%–64% in S. elusivo); second dorsal ray elongated compared with that in related genera, but much less so than in S. elusivo (less than 50% of standard length (S
  9. snolly50

    Anhanguera

    I am the very fortunate winner of the wonderful artwork by Forum member, Charlie AKA fossilized6s. Here is the Forum thread that will give a view of the artwork. ++++++A pair of "Old Devils" for AUCTION++++++ - Auctions to Benefit the Forum - The Fossil Forum Prior to this acquisition, I had purchased a pair of teeth IDed as Anhanguera sp. After winning the auction I received a third, larger tooth also attributed to that ancient flyer. The teeth came from two different dealers, both located in Spain. The info they provided was identical for all teeth. Labeled as: Anhanguera sp. Middle Cret
  10. Hello, What do you think about that? I think is 100% real bone but 0% of claw...Lot of fake claw from the Kem-kem on Ebay
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