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AJ Plai posted a topic in Fossil IDHi, just want to share with you one of my specimens and would like some opinion with regards to the potential ID of this theropod indet. tooth from the Yixian Formation in Liaoning province. As I have little familiarity with Chinese theropods and don't see a whole lot of real specimens reference pics available unlike their Moroccan or USA counterparts. Any input or insight from experts or experienced collector would be greatly appreciated. Here is the tooth in question and it's details that I gathered: The tooth measures about 1.5" measur
Whole dinosaur eggs are highly sought-after fossils. The ones usually available to collectors are Hadrosaur eggs, Oviraptor eggs and Segnosaur eggs from China. This thread deals specifically with hadrosaur eggs. Hadrosaur eggs (Dendroolithus sp.) as we know from the market are in fact various dinosaur species, often hadrosaurid (many collectors/dealers lack the tools or discipline to examine eggshells under microscopes or have accredited museums examine them). Commercially available eggs vary greatly in price, anything from 150 USD to 1,500 USD depending on quality, size, hatched/u
AJ Plai posted a topic in Questions & AnswersFrom what I know, Chinese has banned export of fossils found in China ever since 2002. But I have heard of some people saying that Lycoptera is an exception since they find so much of it in China. Is this true? Thx