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  1. Hello! Good morning to all my friends from my favorite forum ! Unfortunately my English is not very good, but I would like some help, please, for this fossilized tooth. I know there is no publication of any fossilized skull, and unfortunately it is rare to find publications on the fossils of Moroccan teeth ... But I believe this tooth does not fit with a Carcharodontosaurus. By the morphological characteristics, it fits more with a Dromaeosauridae family. What do you think? Hugs to all!
  2. val horn

    Dino vertebra unknown

    I ended up with a fossil with almost no id. (I need to avoid fossil shows; where I can yield to temptation) It is reported to be a Moroccan dinosaur vertebrae. If anyone can make a educated guess as it its species, age and formation, based on its preservation and shape, I would greatly appreciate it. It is a rough oval 14 cm by 10 cm and 9 cm in height
  3. Hey everyone! So recently I purchased some unprepared Moroccan trilobites. I am having a very hard time preparing them and am making a lot of mistakes. And I was just wondering if these maybe are not the best for practice for a beginner, or is it just me? Thanks, @fossilhunter21
  4. will stevenson

    Moroccan marine reptiles

    Hi guys I have quite a few teeth that I would love to be able to identify let’s start with mosasaurs I think 1. 2. 3. I recall these have a new name past globidens? 4. 6.
  5. Andrea marotta

    Moroccan bone

    Hello everyone! Would anyone be able to identify this bone from Morocco ? Thank you
  6. Hello, I have found these trilobites online and would like to know if they are real. 1.- Paralejurus rehammanus, Emsian Devonian, from Khebchia fm. 2.- Cheirurus (Crotalocephalina) gibbus, Middle Devonian, El Atchana, Alnif. I had to cover the name of the seller from one of the images. Thanks!
  7. How does one reliably differentiate Moroccan Pterosaur teeth from similarly elongated fish teeth? Are there any grooves, striations etc I should be looking out for under a loupe? (Image credit: AJ Plai, http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php...)
  8. Sjfriend

    Trilobite buy??

    Bought a couple Trilobites from different dealers in Quartzsite Arizona. Hoping to get better info then what I was given. One has a faded label, the other nothing. First one supposedly came from an old collection and has an old label stating "Astropyge, Alnif Morocco. Size 1.5 inch 2nd one has no information. Know its from Morocco (at least very sure) Size 2 inches I know they're not perfect but at least from what I could tell they both look real. They both have decent eyes. Thanks for looking
  9. Yasmin95

    Moroccan Jaw

    Guess who's back I have this piece of I think a left lower jaw from either a crocodile or dinosaur. If I look at the toothsockets they are for round teeth, so crocodile (looking at the size Elosuchus?) or spinosaurid. I am leaning more towards a crocodil. Size: 18x6x2cm Thank you
  10. will stevenson

    Moroccan heteromorph

    Hi guys bought this when I was in Morocco however seller had no idea of provenance still bought it as it was very cheap. But would anyone have any ideas as to its age, species , location etc thanks so much
  11. Max10

    ID Moroccan Trilobite

    Good evening! My name is Max, i'm writing from Italy and i'm new (just did my presentation) This is my first topic... I want kindly ask you if it is possible to make an identification of the following trilobite. I tried to make the best photos i can with my cellphone (unfortunately i don't have any other cameras ). I give you also the information that i have on this trilobite...but i doubt about the taxonomy... Phacops rana africana Jbel Zguilma (Foum Zguid), near Alnif, Morocco Emsian, Devonian Lenght: 6.0 cm Wide: from 2.5 cm
  12. I have here a 5" Spinosaurus tooth. The claim is that it has some repair to it using glue, but that it's all one tooth as opposed to a composite. If that were the case, I would be fine with it. However, I have my suspicions that it's a composite. I'd appreciate some more eyes on this!
  13. Hello! I recently saw this crocodile skull fossil at a rock shop. I understand that there are many fake croc fossils from Morocco, but I'm having trouble identifying this one. I don't see any obvious signs that are present with bad fakes, but I'm a real novice at fossil identification. Are there any red flags I'm missing? For reference, the skull is approximately 11" x 4".
  14. Spinodude

    Theropod (?) vertebra

    Just bought this vertebra. Small thing, just about 4,5 cm in length. Added a 1 euro coin for size reference. Obviously the spine on top and sides are gone. It was sold as a 'unidentified' theropod (caudal) from Ifezouane Formation, Kem Kem. I was wondering if people here could come to a better ID. I suspect it might just as well be crocodilian but to be honest: I'm fine with whatever it turns out to be. Didn't pay much for it anyway. So, is this: - a dinosaur or croc? - theropod - species (?) Would love to hear your opinions!
  15. Curtis Forrester

    Books about Moroccan Trilobites?

    When or is there a book available for sale specifically on Moroccan Trilobites??
  16. I am looking for some nice, decent prized Moroccan dinosaur fossils. I can't really find any decent sellers online though, I would really appreciate it if someone could maybe PM me some contact info! Thanks in Advance!
  17. So I bought this Trilobite from what seemed to be a very reliable place, although no information was given about the species or age of the fossil, just that it came from Morocco. I’m new to fossil hunting and by no means am an expert however I heard that Moroccan Trilobites have a habit of being fake. I myself am fairly convinced it’s real, due to the fact it’s quite detailed, however as I say I’m no expert so it would be good to have someones input. If more pictures are needed please let me know. Also if you know what classification it is I’d like to know that too.
  18. Raulsaurus

    Huge carcharodontosaurus teeth

    Hello! I am looking for buying these two great teeth of carcharodontosaurus. The seller assures that they are not restored. I think they are of good quality and have good enamel and good serrations. Do you think they are of good quality? Is it possible to get better pieces? Thank you very much for your help. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1N__GZroIEmRJ2VHlUzf8YvgeQbacdhfr/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1_Ft6XS2bwSgrG63tuUipBwDKM4fC-w-d/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Na_iaYfJz7w-OK8S6pqLRmp0Y8DDSmRn/view?usp=drivesdk
  19. MrR

    Love at First (Trilo)Bite.

    Greetings, experts and seekers of expertise and knowledge. I posted an image of my first trilobite, along with a mosasaurus tooth and some images from the Ventura Rock, Gem, and Fossil Show, which took place last weekend. I posted it in Member Collections because it appeared to be the best spot. However, it seemed to have very limited views and comments, so I'm posting in the world famous I.D. section. I'm relatively sure that the little trilobite was correctly labeled, but it would be nice to have comments on that from the experts. I checked it against some images at trilobite.inf
  20. I am going to feel bad if there is already a post with as much information as I am looking for, but I can't seem to find one. Essentially, I am having a hard time finding the proper consolidation materials. I have never prepped before, and I am going to be starting my first project this weekend. That being said, the extent of my knowledge of sealants comes from research on this forum. I am looking for the right materials to use (with or without acetone dilute) to keep my fossils from being damaged while working on some Moroccan matrix. I'm not finding anywhere reliable to purchase PVA B-15, Bu
  21. Deinocheirusmaster!

    Moroccan tylosaur tooth?

    I went to a museum that sells fossils in there gift shop and bought this mosasaur tooth. I then looked up what species it could be on the Fossil Forum. There was a page on mosasaur species I’d for teeth that I read and I saw the tooth I have looks remarkably similar to the description to the Moroccan tylosaur. Could this tooth I have be an example of that description?
  22. Wondering what people think of this kem kem claw. Thanks!
  23. Hello. Good morning to all my friends from my favorite super forum! Yesterday I had to break my little piggy bank and from this piggy bank I was able to get my last US $29,99 to get this little gem of nature. I know TFF does not allow valuations, but only what I would like to ask is whether it is real? And whether it was a good purchase? It is a fish of the species Triplomystus sp. The seller's description: This fish is found in sublithographic limestone similar to that seen in Lebanese Lagerstatte (where the genus Triplomystus is a
  24. PaleoRon

    Oddball Moroccan dinosaur tooth

    A Spinosaur and a Carcharodontosaur walk into a bar . . . . . . I don’t have large numbers of dinosaur teeth, and most of the teeth I have are from Morocco. I have a couple from Montana and two or three I found in North Carolina, but my dino knowledge is limited. I haven’t bought any Moroccan dinosaur teeth for several years. I was pretty satisfied with the specimens I already had. This year at the Tucson show I found one interesting enough to buy. I think it is a Spinosaur tooth but the shape is not what I am used to seeing. Even though I don’t own a lot of dinosaur teeth I ha
  25. Good evening to all! Today I bought this lot of Moroccan fossils. All opinions are welcome, and I thank you! Fossil No. 01 - DINOSAUR TOOTH FOSSIL Is this fossil tooth Real? Can this tooth be classified as an Undetermined Abellisauridae, or only Theropoda Undetermined? ============================================= ============================================= Fossil No. 02 - ZARAFASAURUS TOOTH FOSSIL Is this fossil tooth Real? I know this is not from Kem Kem, but I do not know if it h
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