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  1. New paper on cf. Spinosaurus dental pathology. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0195667123000277 Paywalled
  2. cen003998

    Ammonite fossil from Morocco

    Please help me identify what species the ammonite is,from Morocco /Cretaceous Thank you
  3. I just want to let everyone know that there appears to have been a theft of a big and beautiful Spinosaurus Hand Claw at the Tucson Show. Would like everyone to be on the alert if they see one offered for sale. Thanks Contact: Kendal at geosourcellc.az@gmail.com
  4. New paper on Kem Kem pterosaurs. Open Access. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12542-022-00642-6
  5. JorisVV

    Fossil bone or skull piece?

    For a friend of mine. ID'd as a partial fish skull. Found in the KemKem beds. Honestly no idea what it actually is. So give it a shot here.
  6. fossilhuntr1

    Morocco Devonian Ammonites

    These are from the Devonian of Morocco
  7. rocket

    Spinosaur claw or not?

    We got a nice and original claw from morocco. I think it´s a spino foot-claw, but I am not 100% sure. Little bit eroded, so it is not as high as it should be. Has some color and lasure on it, so for the moment the color seems to be a little bit different on some places. Has some filled cracks, but not mounted Size is approx. 9x4x2,5 cm (around 3.6 x 1.6 x 1 ") What do you think?
  8. when visiting the region of Erfoud in Morocco we got some years ago a very unusual starfish. Devonian chalk, perhaps the layers with Cupressocrinites? Do not exactly know. It looks like Helianthaster, but there has nothing been published about starfishes like this one. What do you think? Does anyone know this starfish or has new literature about them? Size is around 10 - 12 cm (original diameter)
  9. Constantinos Petrinos

    Drotops megalomanicus Real or Fake?

    Hello. I bough this item from a fossil shop in France years ago. I am wondering whether it is Drotops megalomanicus and more importantly if it is a fake. I hope you can tell from the photos. Recently members Coco and JBKansas helped me identify some fake ammonites I thought were real fossils. Thank you in advance for your reply. Constantinos.
  10. Francesco1994

    Kem Kem dromaeosauridae ?

    Buonasera ! Browsing online looking for KK teeth, I came across a site that sells several products, including these "raptor teeth" from KK. Is this plausible? I don't think I've ever read about dromaeosaurids found in the KKB, furthermore some would seem to have the appearance of being small carcharodontosaurus teeth...
  11. Hey everyone. Im looking to trade my big 5'15 footclaw of a Spinosaurus. Im myself looking for mostly african theropod teeth. Especially carch and spino. Feel free to dm.
  12. LordWampa

    Mosasaur tooth species?

    Hello, Is it possible to id the species of this Mosasaur tooth from Morocco? Thanks!
  13. Tidgy's Dad

    Adam's Early / Lower Devonian

    The Devonian period is known as "The Age of Fish", but could also be known as "The Age of Brachiopods." In the Early / Lower Devonian, brachiopods reached the height of their diversity towards its end in the Emsian. We see the ancestral groups occurring, lingulids, craniids, orthids, protorthids, pentamerids, rhynchonellids and strophomenids, as well as the later successful groups we have seen before such as atrypids, athyrids and orthotetids, plus the rise of spiriferids, spiriferinids and productids and the beginning of the terebratulids. By the end of the Devonian , several of these g
  14. mediterranic

    All the Asaphidae doubts in one post

    Hello guys, I would like to know your opinion about the ID of the Asaphidae ssp. I have. Thanks in advance for your always precious help. Best wishes, Miguel a) From Zagora
  15. Hi, so i just got this mosasaurus jaw from morocco, could someone help me to figure out if it is real? If so, is it possible to say from which exact species it is? Its said to be from morocco... Thank you in advance!
  16. Are there uses for fake spinosaurus claws?
  17. Hi. I was wondering if anyone knows about the laws regarding purchase of dinosaur fossils from Morocco, Niger or other African locations. It seems that they could be legally prohibited but these are some of the most common locations I see fossils for sale from. Also many places selling them are large legit companies that say they were legally collected. I have read that it sounds like Morocco does have ability to export but only with certain registered dealers but I’m not sure. I was wondering this because I would like to add fossils from some of these dinosaurs to my collection but I don’t wa
  18. Hi, I’m wondering if it would be a difficult task to remove the matrix/dirt layer off this carcharodontosaurid tooth. I have no experience, but might seem like a cool project? Would a dental pick, brush, and needles suffice?
  19. Are these real Spinosaurus claws? You probably know that I recently posted about Spinosaurus Claws. I am very confused whether to buy or not. Therefore, the seller has sold other spinosaurus claws in the past, so please tell me if the claws are genuine. If the nails that were sold in the past were real, the idea is that this nail is also real. I am always bothering you, but please help me.
  20. Are the claws pictured above really real Spinosaurus claws? I don't doubt everyone on the forum, but I feel like the shape is different See photo belowThis nail was introduced by Phos01 as a real nail in the topic "Buy Spinosaurus Claws" posted by @Phos01. I feel that the shape is a little different from this real nail. Are these real Spinosaurus claws?.
  21. JorisVV

    Deltadromeus vertebrae?

    Came across this Vert from the KemKem region. Looks like a regular croc or crocodylomorph vertebrae to me, apparently he is very convinced it's a "deltadromeus" vert. Anyone that can help clear this up
  22. Fissiletag

    Unknown Trilobite (Order Harpetida)

    I recently got this trilobite and don't know the genus. I think it is from the Order Harpetida. The listing said it is from the El Kisan formation, but I can't find any formation called the El Kisan formation. If that formation doesn't exist I think it's from the Fezouta Formation. It was found in Zagora, Morocco and is Ordovician in age. I haven't seen anything similar and it might be undescribed, but that's just speculation. It is 0.9 cm long.
  23. Are these real Spinosaurus claws? From Kem Kem.
  24. Ginger0412

    Is this a Rugops claw?

    Forum folks, I bought this nail, can you please tell me if this is from Rugops? Made in Kem Kem, Morocco
  25. Hi fossil forum! I am hoping to get some opinions on the authenticity of these trilobite fossils. If this belongs somewhere else on the forum please let me know where so I can move it, or feel free to move it yourself. I know trilobites are often faked and that fakes are getting more sophisticated, and was looking for a second opinion and my local fossil seller/appraiser recommended this forum. I did tests myself (eye detail, uv reactivity, tooth test) and am fairly confident, but would love a second opinion. I would be happy to bring them to someone in the Toronto area in person if anyone her
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