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  1. FB003

    Acheroraptor? Something else?

    Hi all, Trying to place an ID on it. Seller had it listed as "dromaeosaur". I wanted the near perfect troodon tooth that came with it so didn't matter what this was. Looks like a tiny little acheroraptor to me but I could be wrong. Still learning. Tough to get closer on the serrations even with a macro lens but if needed just let me know. Thoughts? Thanks, Frank From Hell Creek - Carter County, MT Measurements below in mm.
  2. Neovenator

    Nemegt "raptor" tooth.

    Hi there. I'm looking at this tooth listed here as coming from the Nemegt Formation. I'm curious as to what everyone else makes of it. The seller states it is a "raptor" tooth but is unable to make any further guesses, I feel that is quite far from accurate but Nemegt is a blind spot for me. I know a picture like this is far too unclear, but I feel the morphology of this tooth is interesting enough against the seller's I.D. It's a bit late right now so I'm not going to hit the literature for the time being. I will say that the term raptor being used over any taxonomical nomenc
  3. Hi everyone! This came from Powder River County, Montana Hell Creek Formation. CH is 12 mm (I think, not sure where the root begins.) CBL is 5 mm CBW is 2 mm no serrations on the mesial side but there are some on the distal side but only in the middle and not near the tip. The density is 7/mm. I have a two others like this I'll try and post pics of later. one other has full serrations on the distal side (7/mm) and some very light serrations at the base of the mesial side (7/mm) and another that's fully serrated on both sides (7/mm on both sides) Other than
  4. Hello! I am student of the biological sciences with an intended minor in geology. I have been collecting fossils for a long time, and am excited to join the forum! I just purchased my first "dinosaur" specimen from an annual fossil show. My collection and interest has always been in Paleozoic invertebrates, so my dinosaur knowledge is extremely limited. The seller said the species was of the Dromaeosaurus genus and the origin was from the well known Hell Creek formation, however I took everything he said with a grain of salt. After reading some previous posts on the forum i've seen that i
  5. jikohr

    Are any of these raptor claws?

    Hi everyone! I acquired some dinosaur claw partials and am trying to learn to tell them apart. There are a few different morphologies so not all of them are Anzu (I think). Any insight would be greatly appreciated! The length measurement given is from the tip to the top of the base in a straight line Upper left, first pic set: 24 mm Upper right, second pic set: 21.5 mm Lower left, third pic set: 29 mm lower middle, fourth pic set: 25 mm (probably Anzu) Lower right, fifth pic set: 26 mm (also probably Anzu)
  6. Hi everyone! How do I differentiate cretaceous hollow bones from Morocco from being Pterosaur or something else like raptor or theropod? Here's a few hollow bones I'm working with right now, if e could provide some insight on differentiating them I'd really appreciate it. I think all but the one in the lower middle is Pterosaur since it has really thick bone walls.
  7. jikohr

    Is this a raptor claw?

    Hi everyone! I speaking with a fossil dealer about potentially purchasing a big claw from Morocco It doesn't look like it's fake or restored the question is the id. Can anyone offer insight if it's deltadromaeus, dromaesaur, or something else? It measures a bit over 2.5 inches along the curve. Thanks as always!
  8. Hi everyone, About a week ago I posted pictures of a tiny carnivorous dinosaur tooth from Hell Creek thinking it was raptor and it wound up being Tyrannosaur. Since then I've been taking a closer look at my other tiny teeth and this one which I thought was Acheroraptor stuck out to me when I took a closer look at the serrations. It also occurred to me that there are serrations (although very worn that I for the life of me could not get a decent shot of but are present) on the anterior carina which you don't see on Acheroraptor teeth so now I'm leaning more towards a tiny Tyrannosau
  9. Hi everyone! I've got one more tiny hell creek tooth that I need help on. I didn't even think there was any mystery to it until I took a really close look at it. I acquired it as part of a set of Paronychodon teeth which are pretty distinctive looking and at first glance I though that's what this was since it's a small theropod tooth with the prominent lines going up the side (I forget what they're called) and with really nice serrations and wait..... Paronychodon doesn't have serrations. At least I don't think it does. I looked around to see if there have been any documented serra
  10. Hi everyone! I could really use a second opinion on this one. I'm thinking Dromaeosaur Acheroraptor at first but after looking at more pics I'm not sure if it might be Ricardoestesia or possibly even a juvenile Dakotaraptor. It's Hell Creek, about .35 inches. Serrations don't veer off to one side near the base so I really don't think it's a baby Nano. If pictures from another angle are needed to make an id let me know. Any feedback is greatly appreciated as always!
  11. Truthseeker

    Tooth from the Kem Kem beds

    Hello, I'm trying to correctly identify a tooth found in the Kem Kem formation. It is clearly predatory! I was told it was possibly dromeosaurus, however after a search it seems there are many wrongly identified as this species from that location. Any help would be much appreciated.
  12. FossilsandScience

    What is this dinosaur tooth?

    Hey everyone, There is this small 0.62 inch theropod tooth that I would love if someone could identify. I was thinking it was nanotyrannus or some sort of raptor tooth, but I can’t be too sure. Please help! Please respond if you even know the tiniest bit. Thanks everyone! - FossilsandScience
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