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  1. Made a second trip to North Carolina's Black Creek group last week, and was definitely rewarded! Lots of interesting finds, the best of which are shown below: Deinosuchus rugosus (D. schwimmeri) teeth, osteoderms, skull fragments, and one MASSIVE coprolite. Also, the bottom right bone is either mosasaur or crocodillian/alligatoroid, I believe either from the hand or leg, hip maybe, but not sure on the exact ID.. Dinosaur teeth! One's definitely hadrosaur, the other I have as the broken-off, enamel-less tip of an indeterminate therapod crown..you be the judg
  2. Good day and thank you for reading! I bought a 7-inch Spinosaurus claw in an auction and was hoping to get a second opinion on the condition and authenticity. I can send it back within a month for a full refund. I am also hoping for some pointers in knowing if is repaired or a composite. I have read many of the forums on here, but I have more questions. The length is 7 inches, but I do not have a ruler at the moment. This fossil is supposedly from the Kem Kem beds in Morocco. Any help is appreciated! Btw I do not have many fossils and plan to display this one to the public at my work if I keep
  3. First off, this is my first time posting on the forum. So hello everyone! I just got my hands on some Spinosaurus fossils, allegedly from the Kem Kem beds. Both are from a seller in Arizona. One of them is a hand claw, as seen below. I'm not 100% sure that it's from a Spinosaurus, so I hope someone can tell me. But it seems very real. The other specimen, though, has some bizarre properties. I thought it might be fake. But after doing some tests on my own, I'm only more confused. These are the vertebrae that I bough
  4. Mioplosus_Lover24

    Troodon Tooth?

    I found this tooth in my Aguja matrix and the serrations are way larger than any of the other teeth I've found! I can take more pictures but this tooth is so tiny and I'm unsure of it's exact measurements.
  5. DardS8Br

    Chonker, the Carcharodontosaurus tooth

    From the album: Dard’s fossil purchases

    Carcharodontosaurus tooth from Kem Kem Beds. Preserved serrations and I believe the white is root. The tip is also intact. Measures 3.93in in length.
  6. DardS8Br

    Sigil, the Spinosaur tooth

    From the album: Dard’s fossil purchases

    Rooted Spinosaur(us) tooth from Kem Kem Beds. Measures 5.55in in length
  7. Joseph Kapler

    Therapod Tooth Identification

    Here is a small tooth, probably a juvenile therapod, from the Hell Creek Formation, Garfield County, Montana. The collected horizon reportedly produces material belonging to 'Nanotyrannus'. Any thoughts on what taxonomy this tooth may represent? It show feeding wear and nice distal serrations, but no mesial.
  8. 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.
  9. From the album: Robs Fossil Collection

    Coelophysis bauri or ichnospecies Grallator sp therapod footprints Age: Jurassic-Hettangian Location: Languedoc-Roussillon, France Plate measures: 34.5 cm x 25.5 cm
  10. Found this in Big Brook Nj. To me it looks like a phalanx or toe bone of a dinosaur based on shape, texture, color from research I did. Would appreciate any opinion you may have, please. My first post here, Great site and excited to be part of this fine community!
  11. Teresa Cooper

    Is this a Fossil or am I crazy?

    While digging holes for sage bushes at my mother's house in Granbury, we found this. Both pieces appear to fit together. Is it a fossil? If so, of what? Should we dig some more? Or am I totally wrong? I have additional photos. Thank you.
  12. ThePhysicist

    Crushed hell creek therapod

    Hey y'all. I've had this therapod tooth for a while, and I'm wondering if an id can be placed on it. It's completely shattered unfortunately, so I don't expect an id to be easy. It's from the Hell Creek formation. It was labeled as T. rex, but I'm not convinced. Though, I've very little knowledge of dinosaur teeth. I've attached various photos of the tooth in question, and some reference serrations from a probable rex. Thank you!
  13. SULLY

    Theropod Claw?

    Does anyone have an idea of what this might belong to? The claw is approximately 2 inches long. This claw was found in the Judith River Formation. Seller is claiming it’s a Therapod of some sort. Any input would be appreciated! Thank you.
  14. Dracarys

    Therapod Tooth - Albertosaurus?

    This one inch robust tooth came out of Hell Creek Montana and labeled as Albertosaurus. Does that appear correct? Can one tell the difference from other therapods in the region? Thank you in advance
  15. I just obtained a Nanotyran tooth that is 2.2 inch. It's beautiful but wanted to know what causes the unique difference in the color of the teeth between the nano teeth or any tooth for that matter. Golden brown vs Chocolate brown vs black vs the variant that I have. Thanks in advance.
  16. Seanrad09

    estate Sale - Hell Creek Theropod

    First post, but frequent follower of the page. I just came across a toe bone from an estate sale. It looks Hell Creek by the bone material and by what else was in the collection. It is definitely theropod. Would any of you be able to ID this? Any insight would be helpful. Thanks! Sean
  17. Hi I was wondering if any body has some theropod fossils they would like to trade ( majungasaurus, allosaurus, T. Rex ex: ) I have a lot of fossils I am willing to trade I will send you some photos later on thanks.
  18. Pterygotus

    Lourhina therapod tooth

    I recently saw this therapod indet. tooth for sale from the Lourinhã formation, Portugal. It measures 21.99mm x 10.40mm x 3.78mm. How does it look and are those lines cracks/wear or natural? Also does anyone have any idea on the ID? How is the quality and should I consider buying it or pass it on?
  19. Pterygotus

    French Therapod teeth.

    These are being sold as french therapod teeth from the chevres-richemont quarry. Can anyone ID a certain species and which one is the best? They are all around 1cm.
  20. Pterygotus

    Lines on therapod tooth

    Does anyone know what these lines are on this tooth from the Lourhina, Portugal and do they help in ID?
  21. I recently saw these teeth for sale online. Which of these in everyone’s opinion is of highest quality and easiest to ID? And which are your favourites? Also am I correct when I say the lines on the second tooth are seen in some ceratosaurus teeth? These teeth are from the Lourhina of Portugal.
  22. Pterygotus

    Portuguese teeth

    A forum member recently offered these teeth. One as partial torvosaurus or megalosaurid and the second as dromaeosaur. How rare are they and what is the exact ID if possible?
  23. Pterygotus

    Therapod teeth from the Lourhina

    Could someone please ID these therapod teeth from the Lourhina formation? All are kimmeridgian and around 2cm. No. 2 is described as allosaurid, lourhinasaurus?
  24. This is being sold as a UK therapod metarsal from the Wadhurst clay formation, Hastings. Does anyone know what dinosaur it could be from?
  25. Pterygotus

    How does this therapod claw look?

    I saw this therapod claw for sale from the Tegana formation, Morocco. Does any one know what it could be and if it could be a juvenile?
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