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  1. Updated Dec 30, 2021 Collectors, online sellers and some dealers periodically ask me to help them in the identification of tyrannosaur type teeth. So I thought I would put together a guide from Western North America (US/Canada) to help in identification. The following is the current understanding of those Tyrannosaurids described/known with the stratigraphic unit where they are found. If I missed any let me know. Albertosaurus sarcophagus : Horseshoe Canyon Formation cf Albertosaurus indet: Wapiti Formation Gorgosaurus libratu
  2. What do you think about this ? It has some repair done but can you show me where how much. Location: Hell Creek Fm., Powder River Co., Montana
  3. Here is my new wood grain Tyrannosaurus rex tooth. Found in Hell Creek, South Dakota and just shy over 1'40 inches. I really like the split with the serrations. Makes it extra special for me.
  4. Saskatchewan researchers have reportedly discovered an extensive network of blood vessels preserved in the fossil of a tyrannosaur rib. This discovery, if confirmed, would be the first of its kind. Sask. research teams make rare find inside Scotty T. rex fossil How dinosaur blood vessels are preserved through the ages Scientific Reports Who is Mauricio Barbi
  5. Rikache

    Albertosaurus and T-Rex teeth?

    Hi there everyone! I’ve recently been looking for a tyrannosaur tooth to add to my collection and I came in contact with a very nice seller who’s in possession of two theropod teeth. The main tooth I have questions about is the “Albertosaurus” tooth as that one seems to be the one which would be easiest to ID. I was wondering if it was truly an Albertosaurus tooth or if there was any other identification that could be given to it. The other tooth, the “Tyrannosaurus Rex” tooth, only has one picture and seems to be in two pieces. I’m aware that the single pic
  6. Hi there everyone! I've recently been adding specimens to my collection and I came across a listing advertising a juvenile tyrannosaur / nanotyrannus tooth coming from the Hell Creek formation in Montana. The seller is very reputable thus I have no doubt that the specimen itself is truly a fossil. Instead, I was wondering if anyone could help me positively identify the specimen as being from a juvenile tyrannosaur / nanotyrannus (depending on which camp you come from). Thank you!
  7. Hi! I'm looking for my first T-Rex tooth for my collection. I know all T-Rex teeth are pricey and I found this piece on website with acceptable price. So I need to make sure this is real T-Rex tooth. Seller said it is from the Hell Creek Formation, Garfield County in Montana, U.S.A. Thank you!
  8. Tigereagle12345

    Potential T. Rex Bone?

    I found this bone on a fossil hunting trip in North Dakota, it was identified as a theropod, probably a T. Rex. Can anyone verify this claim? Thanks for any responces! (The ruler is mesuring in centimeters)
  9. So I had been wondering, what characteristics of Tyrannosaurus bone make it identifiable as Tyrannosaurus? On the forum I think I've seen that "Honeycomb" structure means tyrannosaur. Just wondering if anyone has tips on identifying dinosaur bone as Tyrannosaurus.
  10. Nanotyrannus35

    Show us your tyrannosaur fossils!

    Show us your tyrannosaur fossils! My only tyrannosaur fossil is a small fragment of a tooth, but it has some really cool patterns. I can't post pictures right now but will later. So show us your fossils!
  11. This should be a Tyrranosaurus Rex Tooth. Correct? Info regarding the Tooth: Fossil information : Hell Creek Formation, Jordan, Montana, VS. Size: 58mm, Cretaceous (66 - 70 mil y) The tooth been left as found. Just some cleaning. Has a very nice natural wear on the tip. I have seen some other Tyrranosaur Rex tooth trough searching, they were much rounder and thicker towards the lower end. Perhaps those are located differently in the jaw more to the back to crush meat. Looking forward to your thoughts
  12. lone5wolf117

    Nano or trex tooth?

    Hello I recently got this tyrannosaur tooth would it be nano tooth or trex tooth ? it's form hell creek formation and its about 2.6 inches
  13. Hi there! I recently purchased this online, could you please help identify this? the seller was unsure if it was a juvenile trex or a nano. It was found in Hell creek dawson County east of Glendive Montana Thank you :)
  14. Is this a real T-rex tooth? this tooth belong to someone i know. He claimed that he got a big rex tooth from USA (no more specific locality). Here are Three pictures I have. What do you guy think??
  15. I have yet to see a conclusive list of EVERY dinosaur known from the Hell Creek Formation, I am curious if anyone has one or knows all the dinosaurs, thank you!
  16. Is this a real T-rex tooth? The seller is marketing it as such but I can't stop a hunch that it may not be true. and / or it's a carcharodontosaurus tooth or something but they're usually thinner I thought. There is very little description and not a lot of accompanying information either. What do you experts think?
  17. DatFossilBoy

    T. rex tooth?

    Hey guys, Is this a T.Rex tooth? It looks like it. It’s only the tip though. Frome Lance Creek, Wyoming, USA Thanks for the imput and regards.
  18. bowfin

    Another Wyoming dig

    Last years dig season. Fossil was found lying on the ground, no digging. I was saying to myself is that what I think it is, not used to seeing or finding toe bones this large. Measures 17 inches in length. It was in three pieces which fit back together quite nicely. This was in the Lance formation and is complete.
  19. lone5wolf117

    Trex skull section?

    Hello I was offer this has a trex skull section would it be form one? And was told its would be at the rear of the skull. Form hell creek formation
  20. With the current pandemic I decided now was as good of a time as any to get some matrix from the Aguja Formation with the help of PaleoTex! This turned out to be a great decision as I was extremely lucky, finding about basically everything I wanted to, and more in only 5 pounds of matrix! I'll be sure to post pictures but I got numerous amia and gar teeth, along with atleast 36 gar scales. Tons of Crocodile teeth including a large Deinosuchus tooth. Several shark teeth and a partial hybodus spine, also several brackish water pycnodontid teeth and tooth pallets. 4 fish or salamander jaws with t
  21. Quick tour of my trip to The Ultimate Predator: T.rex exhibit at the American Museum of Natural Hisptory, NYC back in September. Some pics are not of the best quality and I apologize - the room was very dark. Speaking of which, in that dark room when you come face to face with Tyrannosaurus rex at the end of the exhibit, you are left imagining how frightening it would be to encounter such an animal in the evening . Most representations of Tyrannosaurus rex I come across don’t phase me because they either appear too outdated, or unrealistic. This is one is different because it’s not
  22. Hadrosaur carcasses must have been great hiding places for fishes during the Cretaceous. A beautifully preserved primitive sturgeon, in the belly cavity of a Brachylophosaurus skeleton. Thanks Jack Horner Here’s the holotype skull of Gorgosaurus libratus. This specimen was collected by Charles Sternberg from Dino Prov Park, Alberta & described by Lawrence Lambe, Canada’s first vertebrate palaeontolgist. Thanks Dave Evans Thigh bone and shin bone of a subadult Triceratops. The thigh is much longer than the shin making for a relatively short stride, sug
  23. Just opened the package up with this beauty in it. I have wanted a T-rex tooth for a long long while but I have never been in a position where I was willing to spend the money for the size I would get. Anyway, after watching them go up in price for the last decade plus, I finally bought one. Sold a nice old winchester rifle to pay for it, but I am pleased as punch with it. It is a hair over 3 inches in length. Found in Hell Creek formation in Powder river county, Montana. Tooth was originally in 4 pieces and has been glued back together. It's got some wear and missing enamel, b
  24. Not sure if this is the correct place for this, but looking to see if I could get some verification (Is it real? Good quality?) etc as I’m fairly new to collecting.
  25. Hi guys, sorry for posting an ID question here but I don't post very often so not sure where the best place to use on the forum is. I am in the process of buying what I 'think' is a tyrannosaurus rex tooth although the seller has told me it might be either a young t-rex or a large nanotyrannus (I know that there is a lot of division in the scientific community as to whether nanotyrannus is even a real species and not just a juvenile t-rex). Please could you take a look at some of the photos and let me know your thoughts? The tooth was found in Hell Creek and measures 5
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