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  1. Seller says this is from Morrison formation but not sure what this is or if its even something I just consider purchasing.
  2. Fossil Maniac

    Ceratosaurus tooth?

    Hello! I saw this theropod tooth labeled as a ceratosaurus tooth from Albany county wyoming. I know ceratosaurus teeth are very rare so I’m a bit skeptic about this ID. The tooth is 1.06 inches. Thanks for any help.
  3. Hello! I would like to trade with someone for a morrison formation dinosaur or Psitacosaurus teeth (exported before the ban), If interested please comment, thank you! (you can also ask me if I have something thats not in the pictures) Here are the things I'm willing to trade. 6 inch alligator jaw with 5 teeth peace river formation miocene 2 inch blue otodus chubetensis tooth south carolina miocene 1.13 inch carcharodontosaurus tooth Kem Kem beds Morocco Early cretaceous ~98 million years 2.82 inch Spinosaurus tooth kem kem beds Morocco ~95 million years old 0.41 inch
  4. I found something from our favorite auction site that looks very interesting, however I have my doubts if it is legitimate or allosaurus, and would like to hear someone else's input. Seller describes the item as a fused humerus and radius, but I am guessing they mean ulna and radius, of an Allosaurus, found in the morrison formation. Do anyone have information regarding whether these bones even fuse in theropods, or whether they even resemble the ulna/radius bones of Allosaurus? Thanks
  5. Fossil Maniac

    Diploducus tooth

    Hello! I bought this 1'' Diploducus tooth a couple weeks ago, But I've seen other people who have teeth that look the same as mine and theirs is labeled as "Diplodocidae" teeth, mine is labled as Diploducus sp. So I was wondering if it's just a Diplodicidae tooth or still a Diploducus sp.
  6. jikohr

    Allosaurus tooth?

    Hi Everyone! I've been looking around at some potential Allosaurus teeth I'd like to buy but before I do I'd like to make sure that's actually what they are and learn how to id them, as I'm assuming the Jurassic fossil market is as rife with misidentification as the Cretaceous one. Here's one I'm curious about, very clearly a Theropod tooth. Apparently found in the Morrison Formation of Washakie County, Wyoming and measures 1.08 Inches in a straight line measurement. So what do you all think? Is it Allosaurus? How do you know? Is it even possible to pin a Morrison tooth o
  7. Jdub1182

    Possible Hadrosaur Fossil

    I found this fossil on top of the Unchompagre, in an area of the Morrison Formation. I am trying to verify if this is possibly a Dinosaur Fossil??
  8. Hi all! I've had this tooth in my collection for a while now and I want to give a more narrow ID. It was originally sold to me as belonging to Ceratosaurus sp. and even then I knew how bold a statement that was and have had my doubts about it. My knowledge on Morrison Theropod teeth is very limited so any of your help is appreciated.
  9. I’m wondering if these two teeth (both are from the Morrison Formation in Moffat County, Colorado) have been identified correctly as Allosaurus and Marshosaurus. Here are the measurements of both: Allosaurus: 4cm long serration count is 10/5mm on anterior and posterior carinae base length is 21mm and base width is 13.5 mm (note from dealer: Please note that the base of this tooth is broken and the transition of enamel to root is not present. The base measurement may have been larger.) Marshosaurus: 4cm long se
  10. Hi everyone! I have my eye on a nice size sauropod tooth from the Morrison but before going for it was hoping to get some insight from an outside source as I have zero experience with the Morrison. The seller claims the tooth is 2 inches and was found in Moffat County, Colorado. He can't tell if it's Diplodocus or Apatosaurus either so any potential insight or tips on that would be greatly appreciated as well for this and future reference.
  11. Chodge613

    Camptosaurus Ungual Identification

    This was found at Bone Cabin Quarry. I need help identifying it please. I was told it’s Camptosaurus. The tip has some restoration.
  12. Hello everyone, I saw this fossil, and please I would like to know if it is indeed a partial coracoid of Diplodocus. The provenance data are as follows: Morrison Formation Big Horn Basin Wyoming. Thank you very much in advance.
  13. I bought this fossil not long ago. It’s supposedly a genuine caudal vertebrae from a dryosaurus. It was found at bone cabin quarry. I believe it is real, but I wanted a little assurance.
  14. Hello! I want some photos with scientifically accurate Diplodocus and other Morrison diplodocids life restoration.
  15. Hello everybody. I have a question: I saw this online, according to the description it is a fragment of dinosaur bone from the morrison formation, found in Utah. I know that it is very difficult to attribute specific species to such fragments. However, I would like to know, at least, what genre it could be. My personal opinion is that it resembles a piece of ankylosaurid skin plaque. The bone has been polished on one side, which can be seen in the fifth photo. That is the question that I would like you to help me solve please.
  16. FossilHunterNYC

    Morrison Formation

    This apparently came from dinosaur monument in Colorado. Are the dark areas bone fragments?
  17. All of these teeth are Diplodocus teeth from Colorado. But, why so many differences between the teeth, mainly in the shape of the tip?
  18. PetrosTrilobite

    "Crocodile" tooth from Morrison Fm

    I buy this tooth from Morrison Formation (Colorado), as a "Goniopholis sp." I think the tooth belong to the family of goniopholididae but not to the genus Goniopholis. The tooth is 0.5 inch.
  19. PetrosTrilobite

    Camarasaurus teeth

    I know that there are three species of Camarasaurus on the Morrison Formation, but the most sellers sell teeth as Camarasaurus grandis and not Camarasaurus sp. This is incorrect or the sellers and the paleontologist know the ID of the teeth?
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