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  1. Are these Sauropod teeth real? They are from the Kem Kem Beds, Morocco If so are they restored? Repaired?
  2. LordTrilobite

    Kem Kem Vertebrae ID Thread

    So, lets figure out vertebrae from the Kem Kem beds. As many of you know the Kem Kem beds has a pretty enigmatic palaeo fauna. There is some literature about it, but not a whole lot. Some of it is behind a paywall and much information is pretty scattered. So I got this idea that maybe we could combine our knowledge and information to collectively get a better picture of which bone belongs to which animal, in this case, vertebrae. I know some of you have some fantastic specimens in your collections, if we combine these in this thread we might be able to see some patterns. We probabl
  3. Hi everyone . I recently acquired this sauropod tooth from France came from an old Ex-museum collection and was found in "Charente region , France" labeled from previous owner as Bothriospondylus cf.madagascarensis But after i did some research the only paper i can found was paper in 2007 "Dinosaur teeth from the Cenomanian of Charentes, Western France: evidence for a mixed Laurasian-Gondwanan assemblage" from an Abstract of this paper there were six dinosaur taxa described from this location : Carcharodontosauridae indet., Dromaeosauridae indet., Troodontidae indet., Brachiosauridae inde
  4. Hi Guys ! I have this Titanosaur indet. tooth (Sauropod tooth) from Kem Kem basin for quite sometime now. As you can clearly see this tooth is composited with glue and sand in the lower part but have a nice tooth crown with feeding wear at the tip. I want to try to remove the composited part because that irritate me every time i look at it ! So i need some advice on prepping this tooth... what is the step i should do or the best way to prep this tooth. I only have a simple tools like surgical blade and dental pick . tbh with Y'all i am completely new to prep work ! ... arr.
  5. Dear Forum, I bought the following 'fossil' - labelled 'Kem Kem Vertebra Process'. I was wondering whether anyone could identify for me to what type of dinosaur it once belonged (i.e. sauropod, theropod... the more detailed the better!)? Best Regards Jamie
  6. joeride95

    Tooth Camarasaurus

    Hello everyone ! I would like to have some opinions on this tooth of Camarasaurus. It measures 2.6 inches and comes from the Morrison Formation.
  7. This sauropod tooth from kem kem have repair/restoration?
  8. Hi All, I'm new to this forum and thought I'd send over images of my theropod teeth plus one extremely impressive sauropod from Madagascar. Hope you like them! Paul
  9. This is a sauropod tooth from Irhazer formation, Niger. It measures almost 2 inches from tip to base, and the widest part measures 0.9 inches. The seller mentioned this tooth may be a Jobaria, but there is no Jobaria have been described from the Irhazer formation. The Irhazer formation underlies the Tioraren formation where Jobaria was reported. The only spoon-shaped teeth sauropod known from the Irhazer formation is Spinophorosaurus, but the teeth has no serration on it. According to the paper 'Sauropod Tooth Morphotypes from the Upper Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin (P
  10. I saw a tooth of an Tyrannosaurid Indet. The price looks good and the size is 3.3 inches including the repaired lower end. The seller told that this is from Judith River Formation, Northern Montana, and No restoration. Can anyone find any evidence of restoration? I can't find any... And.. this is another one from the same seller. This is also Tyrannosaurid indet, and from JRF.
  11. FF7_Yuffie

    Sauropod scute -- Kem Kem

    Hi, I saw this for sale and figured it'd be nice to display alongside my Kem Kem Sauropod teeth. But is it actually a dermal scute as described? I see a few others of these sold as sauropod scutes, but it just be a case of misidentification, so figured it best to check here. It is from Kem Kem. Sellers description says these are sold as scutes but that he hasn't seen any scientific papers describing them as such, so the ID could be wrong. Thanks
  12. Hello! I want some photos with scientifically accurate Diplodocus and other Morrison diplodocids life restoration.
  13. JeffTX

    What Sauropod do I have?

    This estate sale find hand no locality information for this Sauropod Femur measuring 22 inches by 6 inches by six inches and weighing 9 pounds. Please identify what I have! Thanks for your help to this brand new member!
  14. FF7_Yuffie

    UK Sauropod vert?

    Hello, any thoughts on this? Sold as UK Sauropod from Abingdon. I've struck out so much with these, but fingers crossed ... 11 x 12 x 5.5cm Many thanks
  15. Hi all, I have several sauropod teeth from the Yixian Formation of Liaoning that I need help identifying. This is Tooth 1 - White Length: 44 mm Formation: Jianshangou Beds of Yixian Formation Locality: Chaomidianzi, Sihetun, Beipiao, Liaoning Province I believe this is a Dongbeititan dongi tooth as this tooth has the morphology of titanosauriform teeth, and Dongbeititan is the only titanosauriform from that locality as far as I know. The formation is based off the locality of Chaomidianzi (my source was confident of that locality
  16. I recently acquire this tooth from Kem Kem basin , Morocco . size at 2 cm long . I think it look just like the Nigersaurus tooth from Paper publication attached below But as far as i know there is no Nigersaurus present in kem kem ?? or this tooth is just another sauropod indet. ? What do you think ? Best regard Guns
  17. Top Trilo

    Longest sauropod?

    I was trying to find the largest sauropod ever and have seen upwards of over 200 feet long, I know most of these giant estimates are based off only a few bones so I guess my question is what is the longest sauropod with a reliable length, and are some of these less reliable estimates still larger than others even at the lower estimate. Thanks guys in advance
  18. FF7_Yuffie

    A pair of sauropod verts

    Hello, I am interested in these, sold as Cetiosaur. From Abingdon. Sauropod fossils are found there, but a lot sold are plesiosaur/pliosaur verts that are misidentified. So if anyone could take a look and give your thoughts on these, that would be great. The centrum shape doesn't resemble the shape of the sauropod vert I have from that fromation, but it could easily be from a different species or something. Anyone, two verts. 1st one -- 7.5cm by 3.5 cm.
  19. FF7_Yuffie

    Another UK sauropod vert?

    Hello, I'm more hopeful about this one. It looks different than the other verts that are for sale which are usually misidentified plesiosaur/pliosaur verts. Plus, while it has a couple of holes at the bottom--they are nowhere near as distinct as others. It is from Abingdon, Kimmeridge Clay. Dimensions are 6.5 x 5 x 7 Now, I haven't seen Sauropod verts listed for sale which are this shape--which half makes me think it's something else entirely. But, then again, most sauropod verts from the UK are misidentified so I can't really judge with others listed for sa
  20. Hello everybody. I get some interesting Stuff from El Mers (Boulmane) and Ksar Metlili (Talsint) I am looking for some information and publicacions about these 2 formation... I only find few old publications... I hope you can help me... Thank you so much!
  21. Lucky Pete

    Embryo Fossil

    Greetings Fossil Forum members..I am looking for a positive Identification on this specimen, which was found on private property in New Mexico, near the town of Edgewood..Appears to be cast/mold of the contents inside an embryonic egg...I have circled in red highlighter what I believe to be the enlongated, oversized head of this unidentified creature, thought (by me) to be the unborn offspring of an unidentified type of smaller sized plant eating dinosaur, or Sauropod...
  22. Hi all, I have 3 teeth here I need help with The first is a Stegosaurus tooth: It comes from Wyoming, USA. Morrison Formation. It looks like a Stego tooth to me in terms of size and morphology, based off this thread > --- Next, a supposed Barosaurus tooth: It comes from Sundance, Wyoming. Morrison Formation. I cannot find any good literature on Barosaurus teeth. This tooth doesn't seem to have the spade-like shape I usually associate with Camarasaurus teeth. --- Lastly, there is a sauropod toot
  23. Hello, I'm interested in getting one, maybe both of these. Sold as Borthriospondylus, but, unless I'm misaken, that's a name attached to fossils to sell them and a better labelling is Eusauropoda. Anyway, unfortunately, there is no formation, I emailed seller and he doesn't know. But both teeth are from Madagascar, 164 million years old. I was wondering, are they both from the same species? While they both look similar and have a similar shape around the base, tooth number 1 has a flatter top--does this mean they're from two different species, or does it just have more
  24. PetrosTrilobite

    Diplodocus vs Camarasaurus

    I can buy only one Sauropod tooth. I am 50/50 for Diplodocus or Camarasaurus. I love both. I don't know what tooth i want more. What is your favorite one?
  25. FF7_Yuffie

    Sauropod vertebra?

    Any thoughts on this? Being sold as sauropod cetiosaurus vertebra from Kimmeridge Clay. 11cm x 12 x 5.5 The hole at the bottom, seller says is predation from a scavenger -- size and shape matching croc or pliosaur. I'm suspecting plesiosaur, looking at a drawing of cetiosaur verts I found online. This one seems too rounded. Any thoughts, much appreciated. Attached the drawing below too.
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