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  1. Hi FF, I recently bought a "raptor tooth" that came from the Kem Kem beds in Morocco. I wanted to make an information card for it in the display (it’s a gift for a young paleontologist), but the description said “These small theropod dinosaurs from the Tegana Formation have yet to be described, primarily due to lack of articulated bone material having been found in the formation." Someone told me that it was most likely from an Abelisaur (rather than a raptor), and recommended that I ask for advice on this site. I'm just trying to find out more about the fossil and the best
  2. Hi all! I am relatively new to the forum as well as to collecting but I have put together a small collection of various specimens over the last year. This collection will keep growing and I will continue to post when I get new specimens. I have some more small specimens but for now I am only posting a selection of my collection. Enjoy! -Ben
  3. Hello everyone on the forums. Please tell me if this raptor claw is real. Here is the information from the vendor: Type: Dromaeosaurus Raptor Age: 980,000-930,000 years ago Middle Cretaceous Origin: North Africa, Morocco, Toz, Sahara, Kemkem Formation Everyone, please cooperate with me. Thanks for everyone's comments! Thank you.
  4. Hello, this is a very small raptor tooth I found (I can hardly believe I found it lying there, it is so small) and I have tentatively id'd it as Richardoestesia. It is about 3 mm long. Thanks for any help. Mesa Verde Formation - Wyoming. The last 2 pics were taken through a microscope.
  5. Hi all, I picked up a Lot of 15 fossils and one very large whale vertebrae at an auction recently. Sadly it had all been treated as junk and several fossilised teeth had been broken, one tip lost, no identification or history attributed to the items. I find it quite sad when a fossil survives for 100+ million years in nature then gets wrecked immediately in someone’s care because it doesn’t make as much money as a pair of earrings . Anyway, going off topic... so I have this group of unloved fossils - teeth, vertebrae, bone - which I will probably never be able to fully identify. Amongst th
  6. Blubby the blobfish

    Mysterious skeleton fossil from China

    Hi all. As per request on my last post about the dinosaur eggs. Here is my fossil skeleton inside its matrix from Jiangxi, China. Bought it cheap, no clue what it is or what it could be. I can clearly see a skull, and what appears to be a claw or a hand. Nothing to see on the other side, I assume the rest of the skeleton is inside the matrix. Any help wil be appreciated, but I have let alot of knowledgable people look at it and no one was able to give me anything clear.
  7. ThePhysicist

    Paravians of Hell Creek

    From the album: Hell Creek / Lance Formations

    Even in the final years of the non-avian dinosaurs, the paravians remained diverse, with many species represented in the famed Hell Creek formation.
  8. Hello, I am trading my Saurornitholestes sp. from the Aguja Formation of Brewster County, Trans-Peco region, Texas for another rare dromaeosaur tooth. I do not mind an indeterminate genus or species as long as it's from a rare locality, preferably Two Medicine Fm I already have dromaeosaur teeth from the following localities: Hell Creek Fm Judith River Fm Horseshoe Canyon Fm Lance Fm Kem Kem Grp So ideally, I'd like a dromy tooth from another formation. Thank you
  9. FB003

    Tooth ID request - Dinosaur

    Hi all! Got another tooth here I'm looking for help on ID with. Only unfortunate thing is the exact county is unknown. Bought from an older collection so all the seller knew for sure is Hell Creek Formation. Seller has been very cooperative and is also very interested if an ID can be found with that little caveat. It was labeled dakotaraptor from the old collection. Initial thought was R. gilmorei or nano but doesn't look to have the defined nano pinch. No mesial serrations visible or can be felt. Best picture he could get of the serrations is below as well. Appreciate any inp
  10. SomeDino

    Is this an Acheroraptor tooth?

    I obtained this tooth on a dig back in early June close to Jordan, Montana and was immediately told it was definitely a raptor tooth and was content with that. But more recently I’ve gotten curious and done some reading to try to figure out what exactly it was. From what I’ve read and seen online, it is pretty much a token Acheroraptor tooth with the very apparent ridges and larger serrations on one side while the other has small or none, but I wanted to double check with someone more familiar with the teeth to make sure. I’ll post any pictures requested, thanks! (also, please don’t
  11. Ginger0412

    Is this a raptor claw?

    Is this a raptor claw? If anyone knows, please let me know. Thanks in advance! Morocco
  12. Sergiorex

    Identification nano, trex or raptor

    This was found in Powder River county, Montana. and I was wondering what species it is, they think it’s nano but I’m leaning towards trex as it’s more robust and has a circular bottom
  13. Does this look like an authentic claw? Or carved bone??
  14. I was wondering if anyone can verify the descriptions match the fossils. Second one is a lance creek formation fossil, they believe it to be a partial triceratops skull, it looks like a partial skull but not those of a triceratop?
  15. FF7_Yuffie

    Nanotyraannus, Rex or Raptor?

    Hi, Any thoughts on this? It is from Garfield, County, Montana. 1.8 cm so it's quite small. The serrations are a bit battered and have matrix stuck on them, but are present. Any thoughts would be appreciated. The white marks, am I right that this is from plant roots wrapped around the tooth? Thanks
  16. Hi TFF, I am a Dromaeosauridae enthusiast and have been collecting online for a little while now. I want to thank the members here for getting me educated on so many aspects of fossil teeth identification. I want to share my small collection in the hopes this is helpful for some of you in the future. Your critical input is highly appreciated, as always! #1 First up, one of my treasures, a robust Deinonychus antirrhopus tooth from the Cloverly Fm. A big thanks to @StevenJD for letting go of this one – much appreciated! Note the asymmetry in the placement of the carinae
  17. I see a vertical pupil raptor eye and embryo in the egg shaped, smooth rock. I was looking for geodes, I found this tiny geode, broke it open at home, and the other half broke into pieces - 3 or 4 crumbly. I did this 17 years ago. Now, I have joined a lapidary group, ALMS Alabama, and been to a meeting, and I have had this on my shelf for 17 years. I was thinking it is an ugly geode nodule? But then, yesterday I thought, it looks like an egg, it's insides are multicolored like a fossilized egg? I then go my magnifying glass and I can see an eye, and 3 part skull with divisions line
  18. Zapsalis

    Possible Dromaeosaurid Tooth?

    Hello, So I came across this seller offering a “Dromaeosaurus tooth”, and I was wondering if it was properly ID’d. The serrations are pretty worn up front, so I’m unsure. The only locality that I can get is Judith River Formation, Montana. (IIRC, Dromaeosaurus isn’t found in the Judith River Formation.) The dimensions of the tooth are 1.3 inches long, 0.2 inches wide, and 0.1 inches thick. It’s been a little while since I’ve last posted here, because I was busy with life and university. Hopefully I did things correctly.
  19. Redbearded812

    Micro Raptor

    I have some weak terrible pics of it, but I think this is a micro Raptor from the Triassic period, size of a cat, first time a bird evolved to dinosaur. I think it's curled up in a ball and died sunk to the bottom of the what use to b ocean for millions of years and was embedded in sand and limestone combined with the water replacing the nutrients of the fossil made it well preserved, similar to the way most matrix would house dino fossilis, except this isn't digging it out of a rock quarry somewhere, this was just a Rock at the bottom of the bottoms in a creek.
  20. Purchase this raptor egg from a gem and mineral show. Was wondering if anybody can identify the species. and if it’s authentic
  21. Nanotyrannus35

    Hell Creek Dromaeosaur Tooth?

    I'd recently received this tooth and was wondering if it would be able to be identified. The serrations are worn off, it's about .2 inches and the only providence that I have is Hell Creek. Thanks for any help. One side The other side And one of the carina
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