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Found 137 results

  1. Theropod tooth ID ?

    Hello everyone ! Here is 0.65" tooth from carter country ,Hell creek formation , Montana . I personally think that it belong to Theropod maybe ? (I saw very faint serration in this tooth) A good friend of mine told me that due to weird shape of this tooth it could be a Pre-maxillary tooth of maybe Nanotyrannus with feeding damage at the tip. What do you guy think about this tooth ?? as always thank in advance . Guns
  2. E. annectens feeding wear

    From the album Dinosaurs

    In this image, you can see the enamel, dentine, and pulp cavity. The surface is worn flat and smooth. Nice blue color in there.
  3. Abelisaurid tooth

    From the album Dinosaurs

    Beware, these are commonly sold as "raptor" or "deltadromeus" teeth.
  4. Came across this tooth labeled as an abelisaurus belonging to chinanisaurus barbaricus from the Maastrichtian supposedly found in the phosphate mines of the Ouled Abdoun basin. Looks pretty thick to be abelisaurus and comparable to an extent to some carcharodontosaurus teeth. Is there a way tell the difference or will there need to be more specifics involved.
  5. Theropod tooth ID

    This tooth is listed for sale from dealer in my country as Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth. Info from dealer : 0.53" from Carter country, Hell creek formation, Montana. To me clearly it is not T-rex tooth.I think it may belong to Acheroraptor tooth.Please confirm&correct me if im wrong. thank you. Guns.
  6. Dinosaur tooth found in rock pile

    I found this in a rock pile said to come from Lynne Creek, Utah. (Although I found out there is no such Creek, but did come from Utah.) Can someone please help me identify what creature this came from? In advance, thank you.
  7. Titanosaur tooth ?

    Hello all . Need some help on ID ! i came across this tooth label as Titanosaur tooth from Kem Kem , Morocco seller claim that this tooth have a few repair . pls let me know what you guy think about this tooth many thank you . Guns
  8. Juvenile Nanotyrannus lancensis

    From the album Dinosaurs

    A tooth from a juvenile Nanotyrannus lancensis. Only missing the very tip.
  9. Edmontosaurus annectens

    From the album Dinosaurs

    Hadrosaurs evolved very interesting teeth and complex mastication. Read "Complex Dental Structure and Wear Biomechanics in Hadrosaurid Dinosaurs:" https://science.sciencemag.org/content/338/6103/98
  10. Hello everyone I have had these for years and could use some help with an ID on them please. I know there are two shark teeth but dont know what shark the white looking shark tooth I found in Spain. The Dinosaur tooth and bone were found close to Paris Texas if that helps. Thank you for looking and any help !
  11. Acrocanthosaurus tooth

    From the album Dinosaurs

    Not mine - belongs to a university. I want to say it is about 3 inches in length. I cannot remember exactly where it was found, but I do know it was an isolated tooth found in Texas. Quite a rare and awesome tooth to see in person.
  12. Ankylosaur type tooth?

    Hi all, Unfortunately I have no location info on this tooth which i know is really important but the seller can't obtain this information as it was from an old collection of someone that passed away. Does the morphology match Ankylosaurus or nodosaur rather than Pachy and Thescelosaurus? Thanks Jai
  13. help identify fossil

    found this in the chunky river in central mississippi while point hunting looks an awful lot like a big tooth just curious as to what it may be
  14. Dinosaur Tooth Confirmation

    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!
  15. I found this Dilophosaurus tooth for sale online and am suspicous of its authenticity. The problem is I don't know a lot (or anything) about dinosaur teeth and how one would go about spotting a cast. Any advice would be appreciated, thanks.
  16. HC Theropod tooth

    Listed on everybody's favorite auction site as a Dromaeosaur or Tyrannosaur tooth. 1/2" long theropod tooth. Hell Creek Frm, I believe it said South Dakota but I will double check that. It was very inexpensive so I went ahead and bought it. If nothing else, seems an excellent candidate for some analysis and it was a good way to test what I have learned without breaking the bank lol So lets see if I have gotten better at this. I believe it is Dromaeosaurid based on the difference in serration size and density. The seller posted good pictures so I could count the denticles. No exact scale in mm but the count was done mid tooth. Distal= 12 Mesial=14/15 The mesial serrations look pretty straight. The denticle shape does not look like the Acheroraptor teeth I have and the density difference is less too.I am not seeing ridges. It does seem to be compressed as a Dromaeosaur would be. I know there will be some work to do when it is in hand with measurements and checking out the base. My smartest option is to tag @Troodon and get his opinion lol For now I will go with Dromaeosaurid indet. I think it could be a DR candidate. Either way, it is a nice tooth with nice serrations and a bargain to boot
  17. an interesting Kem Kem tooth

    I have been working on finding a Dromaeosaur indet tooth from Morocco for a few months. Most of the "raptor" teeth from the Kem Kem beds I have seen labeled as such ended up being more similar to the Abelisaur indet teeth and those I have found were over priced or gone before I could get then. This one is different and appears to fit the general profile of what I am looking for pretty well. I do not think it is a Carch and it does not look like an Abelisaur either. At the very minimum, and hopefully @Troodon agrees with me, it seems a good candidate for a multi-variant analysis. Any thoughts ?
  18. Kem Kem Theropod Tooth

    I do not think I will be able to get much help based on the pictures but I thought I would try.Listed for sale as a Raptor tooth. Most of the Kem Kem teeth I see listed a raptor or Dromaeosaur are better fits for Abelisaur indet teeth. This one looks a little different to me so I thought I would run it by the sharp minds here. This is a small theropod tooth from the Kem Kem beds. I does not look like a Carch so I feel good eliminating that one. Its a little over half an inch long. It does appear that there is a difference in serration size but that could be my eyes seeing what they want to see. The seller did attempt to take better pictures but this is as good as it is going to get I think. Again, it looks different from Abelisaurid teeth I have seen but I am pretty limited in my ID skills. It is a pretty nice tooth either way. Any opinions ?
  19. I have found this theropod tooth in my collection. I bought it as a Carcharodontosaurus tooth, but I'm not sure about the Identification. I would like to hear your opinion on the ID. The tooth is from the Kem Kem Formation (Morocco) and is 51mm (2") in lenght. Serrations on the distal carina can be recognized. Can you help me? Kind regards from Germany!
  20. Acheroratpor tooth confirmation

    Based on the numerous and informative posts of @Troodon, I feel pretty confident that this tooth is an Acheroraptor. It is from the Hell Creek formation, South Dakota. I saw some things that looked diagnostic and the seller provided pics that were pretty good. Anybody want to confirm the ID or present an alternative ?
  21. Tyrannosaurid indet.

    From the album My Collection

    Tyrannosaurid indet. (Likely Daspletosaurus horneri or Gorgosaurus sp.) Two Medicine Formation Browning, Montana
  22. Diplodocid (?Apatosaurus) sp.

    From the album My Collection

    Diplodocid (?Apatosaurus) sp. Morrison Formation Upper Jurassic Moffat County, Colorado Size: 6.5 cm
  23. Allosaurus sp.

    From the album My Collection

    Allosaurus sp. Morrison Formation Upper Jurassic Moffat County, Colorado Size: 6cm
  24. Decided to make a thread with an update on my collection with better photos and (currently) up to date info on everything with names and location. Sauropods Jobaria tiguidensis (Diplodocoidea) Jurassic (Bathonian-Oxfordian) Tiourarén Formation Marraba, Agadez Region, Niger Size: 1” Sauropoda indet. (Saltasaurus cf.?) (Titanosaur) Cretaceous (Campanian-Maastrichtian) Allen Formation Rio Province, Argentina Size: 1” Rebbachisaurus garasbe (Rebbachisauridae) Cretaceous (Cenomian) Kem Kem Beds Taouz, Kem Kem Basin, Morocco Size: 0.7” Zby atlanticus (Turiasauria) Jurassic (Kimmeridgian-Tithonian) Lourinha Formation Peniche, Portugal Size: 0.87”
  25. Tyrannosaurus Rex tooth

    From the album My Collection

    Hell Creek Formation, Faith, South Dakota, USA It is a beautiful tooth with no restoration. The tooth has the characteristic d shape profile of a trex tooth on the basal side and this sort of preservation is actually fairly common with tooth also collected from other locations such as Wyoming. The first ever dinosaur tooth that I owned!
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