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Hello, It has been a little while since I've posted here; but I'd like some help if possible. I rarely buy fossils but as I'm a ceratopsian fan and we don't have any in our local formations (UK) I've decided to buy a tooth; I'd just like ID confirmation and wether it's a good example. I don't mind a little feeding wear nor matrix, which it has, but from what I've seen via search engines is that the preservation (Judith River Formation) and the fact that the tooth is rooted is quite good? I bought this from FossilEra and I assume they're still reputable. It's noted down as chasmosaurus sp. I reckon you can only ID down to a genus? I don't know much about the Judith River Formation; so it'd be nice if someone could help me out with some context. 1.55 inches long (photos are taken from the website, they're not my own) All the best!