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  1. Kmcnalley

    Trilobite Mortality Plate ID

    Hi everyone! I purchased this trilobite mortality plate a few months ago, but I haven't gotten the chance to get an ID yet. All the info I have on it is that it was collected near Tafraoute, Morocco and is from an Ordovician formation. (not sure which one) They are all about an inch and unfortunately most of the heads are not preserved great. I can provide bette r pictures if needed. Thanks!
  2. jacob86795

    What species would this claw be?

    I added this claw to my collection from a trade and was wondering what species it might be
  3. Hiya everyone I purchased this bone block at auction a little while back as it went quite cheap any help would be great
  4. Hiya everyone I’m interested in this mosasaur bone and teeth block just curious as to how much of its real and if the roots of the teeth are real only have one picture at the moment unfortunately. cheers
  5. Georgemckenzie

    Help with this morrocan metacanthia

    Hiya everyone just looking for help with this trilobite to make sure of the species haven’t seen one with this preservation before, I’m more used to the black exoskeleton, any help would be great cheers
  6. Okay so just in the short amount of time since I’ve signed up I’ve already learned a lot. Especially how many fabrications come out of Morocco. I had no idea until I did a little bit of digging. With that being said, what’s your opinions on this spinosaur claw? Real? Fake? I think it’s definitely made up from real bone as there is sheen coming off of it. But I can’t tell if it’s been carved or not. My eye has yet to be trained. Even if it’s real I’m still embarrassed that i
  7. I have seen online this Acadoparadoxides levisetti (Middle Cambrian), from the Wawrmast Formation, Alnif (Morocco). 14cm I was wondering how much restoration there is, or if it's all a cast. @Kane @piranha @aeon.rocks
  8. Jurassic_Joe

    Need Help To ID Dinosaur Vertebra

    Hi everyone! I’m an amateur fossil collector who wants to collect and learn more about fossils and hope to learn more through this forum. Growing up I’ve always been fascinated by dinosaurs and sharks in particular. Today I went to a fossil show and found a vertebra that I found particularly fascinating. I bought it not knowing exactly what it was so I can chase the thrill of learning what it is and why. The man I had purchased it from had said it was from a spinosaurus. However, I’m skeptical because he was also marketing a tooth as an allosaurus tooth. He was honest man and had told
  9. Agus T

    Spinosaurid vertebrae?

    Good evening, these vertebrae are announced as spinosaurid, but it's posible to know just with the centrum preserved? At Kem Kem beds there are a lot of other reptiles so, it's posible to know with incomplete material like these?
  10. Hi guys, I'm interested in this Metacanthina issoumourensis from Morocco. According to the seller it has no restoration. It seems that the rest looks good, but I do not know if there may be something in the cephalon. as you see ?
  11. 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.
  12. Hiya everyone I’m looking to buy this ceratarges trilobite, it’s from a trustworthy seller any help would be great .
  13. moonlight

    turtle skull identification

    i have been compiling an osteological analysis of this turtle skull unfortunately despite research i have no idea what species it is. due to poor cataloging when first discovered all that is known about the fossil is that it was found in Oued Zem morocco.
  14. Hi, My name is Satoshi. I want to study Spinosaurus fossils. I think this fossil is not fake and high quality.But,very little. What do you think, guys? Please help. Thank you very much.
  15. Is it really from Carcharodontosaurus or some other theropod? Information I got with it, Carcharodontosaurus saharicus Kem Kem Beds, Morocco
  16. Hiya everyone some help with these would be great I suspect some restoration or maybe complete fabrications but any help would be great
  17. So I needed a lot of Spinosaur teeth and cheap since they were going to be a gift for kids 13-14 years old as a part of a school project. I contacted a known online shop which sells at a discount if you buy similar to seen instead of actual as seen. I think that I got a bit scammed. Maybe not, is just that these teeth looks a lot more (for me) as crocodile than Spinosaur. I know that there are a lot and the pics are not that good, but I really need just to know if some of them are in fact not Spinosaur since then I would cancel the gift. I can't just give fake information at
  18. bcfossilcollector

    Crinoid

    I’m looking for some information regarding this crinoid. It looks typical of the fossil crinoids I’ve seen from Morocco but I’d really appreciate a more learned perspective. A family member is thinking of acquiring this specimen. Only photo I have unfortunately. Thanks. @Tidgy's Dad
  19. Hi members. I am a new member and developing a collection. Currently I am looking at a sample I am seeing online. They have incorrectly identified as Barrandeops. I have one and this definitely is not that species. The one I am displaying has no eyes. It comes on a matrix with other specimens, but this one picture is the best of the group. I would appreciate if someone can identify this Moroccan fossil. It is not smooth at all, or are the others.
  20. Hiya everyone some help with this trilobite would be great
  21. Hiya everyone my sister got me this trilobite as a gift was wondering if it’s had any restoration to it
  22. Hoya everyone I recently purchased this spiny trilobite from morroco and was wanting some help on its authenticity many thanks
  23. Crankyjob21

    3CD4BCD5-A0FC-40FB-8FC6-E150D710B73C

    From the album: Cranky’s album of fossils

    Unknown phacopid trilobite of the Ordovician and of Morocco
  24. Crankyjob21

    81F6EE08-F577-4BFF-AF76-00CADB092E4E

    From the album: Cranky’s album of fossils

    A trilobite belonging to the genus Reedops, and was found in the Lhandar formation, in Atchana, Morocco. Also it is dated to the pragian stage of the lower Devonian.
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