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Found 57 results

  1. Primitive mammal?

    This clutch is said to be found in Beipiu of Liaoning, China. It is said to be the primitive mammal of Triconodontidae. You can see the presence of individuals of different sizes. Any idea which species is that?
  2. Protopsephurus liui LU, 1994

    From the album Vertebrates

    Protopsephurus liui LU, 1994 Early Cretaceous Linyuan Liaoning PRC Length is around 71cm
  3. Manchurochelys liaoxiensis from Liaoning province. These turtles have shown up in the forum before, some with the conclusion they are real, some not. Here is an incredible display of turtles with fish! However, I am highly skeptical despite coming from a reputable source. They seem to have a halo of color all the way around them. On extreme angles there are some parts where the shell is not attached to the matrix. Even the fish are "on" the matrix, not in it. It is not resin, as I have exposed many parts to a soldering iron. The crack on that back seems to run under, not through, the turtles but is visible on the front where the turtles are not. It even runs under, not through, a limb. To me, a best case scenario is that these "real" fossils were placed onto a stone slab, but that seems like a lot of unnecessary work. If the turtles are casts that are put onto the matrix, is there an easy way to tell? Would x-ray be useful as the turtle and the matrix are likely different densities if the turtles were added on? And can anyone recognize the fish? If they are millions of years apart, that might answer the question. but where are the heads of the fish? Llastly, for a fascinating read on fakes, check this out: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/265208436_Fossil_fakes_and_their_recognition This is not the site of a seller, so it should not break the rules of this forum...if I am not mistaken. Thanks for your thoughts!
  4. Petrified Wood?

    This small specimen was said to be a naturally polished petrified wood found in a river at Liaoning, China. I cannot find any tree rings or wood features. The surface does however has some irregular patterns. Do you think this is simply a geological specimen or a fossil? It measures 6x4x3cm.
  5. Please could you let me have your view on the authenticity of this small Psittacosaurus skull? It is from Liaoning of China.
  6. Salamander non det.

    From the album Vertebrates

    Salamander non det Middle Jurassic Lingyuan Liaoning CN With preserved gills Length 12cm
  7. From the album Vertebrates

    Yanosteus longidorsalis Jin, Tian, Yang & Deng, 1995 Early Cretaceous Lingyuan Liaoning PRC Length 19cm
  8. From the album Vertebrates

    Liaobatrachus beipiaoensis (Gao and Wang, 2001) Early Cretaceous Lingyuan Liaoning PRC Former name was Callobatrachus sanyanensis Lit.: L, Rocˇek Z, Wang Y, Jones MEH (2013) Anurans from the Lower Cretaceous Jehol Group of Western Liaoning, China. PLoS ONE 8(7): e69723. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0069723. You can download the paper here: http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0069723
  9. This is a juvenile Psittacosaurus from Liaoning. Could you let me have your view on its authenticity and whether it is a composite? Thanks!
  10. Any view on the authenticity of this bird fossil? And the species? It is from Xixian Formation of Liaoning.
  11. This juvenile psittacosaurus is from Liaoning. Is it genuine?
  12. Dragonfly non det and Lycoptera davidii

    From the album Invertebrates

    Dragonfly non det. and Lycoptera davidii Early Cretaceous Liaoning PRC
  13. Is this psittacosaurus skull genuine? Is it intact?
  14. Insect ID

    Hello all I received this insect in a trade with another forum member a couple of months ago. All other insects I could ID, but I can't find this one. It is from the Yixian Fm. of Liaoning, China. This formation is early Cretaceous. I finally got a new camera. The pictures are not perfect but I hope they do the job. Insect is a little over 1 cm. Greetings
  15. Reptile fossil from Liaoning

    This is from Liaoning, China. It is small, and looks like a lizard. Any idea what is that?
  16. Is this specimen of Hyphalosaurus lingyuanensis genuine? It is from Liaoning, China.
  17. Pterosaur tooth form Liaoning ?

    Hello would this be a Pterosaur tooth form Liaoning and any idea on the circular fossil in the matrix has well ?
  18. Jinanichthys longicephalus Ma & Sun, 1988

    From the album Vertebrates

    Jinanichthys longicephalus Ma & Sun, 1988 Early Cretaceous ZhenDong Liaoning China
  19. Are these two specimens of Manchurochelys genuine? They are from Liaoning, China.
  20. This plate is from Douhugou of Liaoning. Two mosquitoes. Are they genuine?
  21. Turtle non det.

    From the album Vertebrates

    Turtle non det. Early Cretaceous Lingyuan Liaoning China Length 6cm / 2"
  22. Any idea what species are these two specimens of bird fossil? And if they are genuine? They are from Liaoning of China.
  23. Ordosemys liaoxiensis Ji,1995

    From the album Vertebrates

    Ordosemys liaoxiensis Ji,1995 Early Cretaceous Lingyuan Liaoning China Length 6cm
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