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  1. Earlier today on Little Gasparilla Island, we found this funky lil guy and are unsure what of what if is. Some sort of claw maybe? Hollow inside, has very pronounced nubs of some kind. Thanks for your input!
  2. micro bone and claw?

    found in gravel from Brazos river here in west Houston it appears to be a very tiny claw but will let the more experienced determine also there is what appears to be a small bone also took a pic of it with micro scope camera. I guess another possibility could be a tiny tooth?
  3. Dinosaur foot claw

    Hello! I received this claw today Do you know what dinosaur it can be? The seller assures that the claw is not restored. Foot claw and toe bone (posible from other dinosaur) from Kem Kem (Morocco) 0% restoration, ┬┐Carcharodontosaurus? Size: claw 6cm, bone 3,5cm Thank you so much!
  4. Help needed: Fossil Claw (?) ID

    Bought this online with a bunch of other fossils for my kids. No idea what we're looking at. Any and all help appreciated!
  5. Sloth claw core

    Anyone know what species of sloth this is from? It is from Colombia. It is 6 3/4" long
  6. Hello again, I found this unusual shaped piece on a beach on West Coast, Florida. It's hard to tell whether it's a suggestive rock or mineralized bone. It reminded me of a claw or hoof core. I attached 5 photo views. What do you think?
  7. Tooth? Claw?

    Found in a small creek near the Manatee River, Parrish Florida. Would appreciate help with the ID. Thank you!
  8. Abelisaurid foot claw?

    Hi, Wanted to ask whether the morphology of this claw matches well with an Abelisaur claw, it is 1.5 inches long, and from the Kem Kem. I know it isn't Spinosaurid and the shape seems to suggest either Abelisaurid or Carcharodontosaurid, but i can't be certain. Thanks.
  9. Please Help to Identify... Tooth? Claw?

    Hello everyone, my name is Nolan. I'm new to the forum. I've never posted anything before, but now I find myself at a loss to identify my latest find. Any help you can give me would be really appreciated! INFO Location: Fort Erie, Ontario. Details: It's rough with random black spots. The item is ridged on both sides and it has a slight curve to it. The main body of the item has a different texture (see final photo). The top has a different type of brown stone connected to it. The item was found by chance on a beach, on the northern side of Lake Erie, by the town of Fort Erie. It's currently spring time and the ice is just starting to melt of the beaches. I've attached some photos below that should help with identifying the item. If you require other information or photos just let me know. Thank you for your time!
  10. Partial Tooth, Claw, or ?

    This was found in the Peace River (Florida). I'm not sure what it is. Is it part of a tooth, or a claw or something else? Part of the specimen appears to be hollowed out. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!
  11. Hi all the seller says that this is a spinosaur claw from Kem Kem however it look a fake to me and or/carved out of a bone or some other material. Not too sure what to make of the blood groove either as that's how alot of fakes can be spotted but again that looks carved out too! See above shape just doesn't look right especially around the tip area crack above..
  12. Hi! I recently acquired a few new additions to my permian collection, but there are a few pieces of which I am not a 100 % whether they are ID'd correctly, simply because I am not yet knowlegdeable about the material. So I thought it might be a good idea to post the ones I am doubtfull about here, as I know there are a lot of people more knowlegdeable than me who probably could ID them. The first item is a small claw listed as "juvenile dimetrodon limbatus" from the Red Beds, Archer County, Texas, USA I was a bit doubtfull when they said "juvenile" dimetrodon claw, but I got it anyway because it's a very nice permian claw which was an okay price regardless the ID. The second item is a caudal vertebra that was listed as "Edaphosaurus" (from the Archer City Formation, Red Beds, Archer County, Texas, USA) which came as a set along with a piece of sail spine which without doubt belongs to Edaphosaurus. The last items were sold as a collection of "Eryops megacephalus" fossils from the Wellington garbar complex, Waurika, Okhlahoma. From left to right are a piece of skull plate, a toe bone, a piece of dermal armor and a tooth.
  13. Hi, I know claws have been discussed quite a bit before on the forum, but i wanted to ask about this Spinosaur hand claw. It is said to have about 5% restoration and is over 5 inches long. Can anyone spot any red flags to be wary of or does it look good? Thanks.
  14. Therapod claw from UK

    I recently saw this claw labelled as therapod 4.9cm and Jurassic. From saltwick bay, Whitby, UK. Does anyone know what it could be or if it could just be an interestingly shaped rock?
  15. Does anyone know a good website or auction site where I can get a nice rare therapod claw? Also, how does this albertonykus borealis claw look? I heard the alvelarazsaurids are very rare. It is described as this
  16. 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?
  17. Therapod claw from Faoux, France

    Recently I saw this therapod claw for sale from Faoux, France. It is described as early Cretaceous and 0.2 inches. Does anyone know what it could be? Also, the strange red stuff inside looks a bit suspicious.
  18. A while back, a friend told me that therapod claws get rarer after the size passes under a certain limitation. Is this true or only for certain species?
  19. A claw from Hell Creek

    I bought this claw a little while ago, for close to nothing. Still waiting for the item to arrive. Not sure what it is from though. It was dug up in Hell Creek. The claw and bone measure about an inch in length in total. Anyone who would have a qualified guess?
  20. I found this lovely velociraptorine claw while searching my Wealden bone bed collection. I enjoyed taking these photos, they are some of the most striking images I have taken of a fossil I think.
  21. What does everyone think of this tarbosaurus bataar toe I saw for sale?
  22. Any ideas of what this is

    Anyone have any insight to whether this may be a fossilized claw of some sort or just a peculiar shaped piece of limestone. I found this in central Texas outside of Bandera. Thanks in advance for any help.
  23. Found a very interesting item online. But because of the price-class of it, and because I think the connecting part of the claw looks strange for a theropod handclaw, I thought I'd post it here. What is your opinions? Is this a "Spinosaurus Hand-Claw"? I think it looks real enough, but I just haven't seen any theropod hand-claw without a broad connective-end like this one.
  24. Hi all I came across this for sale on the favourite auction site. It is listed as a claw from the UK but to me it looks like a standard rock in a slight shape resemblance. Im not planning on buying but keen to know others opinions and it hopefully will stop someone making a costly error
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