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  1. I received this nice theropod tooth recently, however it was collected in the 1940s and there's no record as to where it was collected (other than it was likely somewhere in the USA, but Canada is a possibility too as the person who found it often collected in Northern Montana). It might be a long shot, but I was hoping someone on the forum might be able to help me pin down where it came from. I say this it's still embedded in a chunk of matrix which looks quite unique. The matrix is filled with shells, so I'm guessing it's a marine deposit. I acquired two teeth, both in this kind of matrix, so I'm also guessing that dinosaur fossils are common in this deposit despite the abundance of shells. Any help would be much appreciated as they're both awesome teeth and it'd be great to get a better idea of what they might be from, but that's obviously impossible without knowing where they were found!
  2. Teeth from Tenere / Niger

    I just bought a handful of teeht for some dollars found near Agadez. Would be nice to get some id`s if its possible.
  3. Dinosaur bone ID help

    I found these stones today among stones of the digging residue of the suez canal . I hope to identify . many thanks in advance .
  4. IoW jaw-bone or just wood?

    I recently bought a lot of 3 unidentified dinosaur "bones" from Isle Of Wight. But one of them have got me in a bit of a pickle. There's not really any cell structure present anywhere, except from one small spot that seems to have some. Which makes me suspect it's wood. But the overall structure of this piece is really puzzling, because it looks like there are sockets or roots from a jaw in it. I hope someone with more knowledge about IoW fossils can maybe explain what this is.
  5. Iguanodon Vertebra?

    Along with the Daspletosaurus and Alberta fossils I have been looking at in trying to get. I’ve have also been looking at some European Dinosaur fossils to get. I have found this and am wondering if it’s a IGUANODON vertebra?, or another animal? It’s from the Isle of Wight, England. Thank you!!
  6. Kem Kem Vertebrae ID (Croc/Dino?)

    Looking for a little help identifying some small Kem Kem vertebrae. I have some ideas as to what they might be, but I'm sure I'll be corrected. Hopefully the answers will prove useful to anyone else trying to identify Kem Kem verts too! So here's what I think these are: Vert 1: Small theropod, possibly a juvenile spino? (or maybe crocodile) Vert 2: Crocodile Vert 3: Crocodile? Vert 4: Theropod dinosaur Vert 5: Theropod dinosaur (looked a little similar to an Abelisaur vertebra I've come across on the forum before)
  7. Hello all! ive recently purchased this piece (I know I should have consulted beforehand) but I only saw it the last minute before the auction ended. I would still love some insight on it and maybe an actual idea of its locality and species (or genera). The seller claims there is no restoration other than gluing different parts together. He also claims its Enlongatoolithidae either raptor or oviraptor or other therapoda. I would love to have better information on it and even its locality in China, since I assume that’s where it’s from. The fossil is 15 cm long. Unfortunately these are the best photos I could get for the timebeing until it arrives. Best wishes to all, Mohammed
  8. Hello! Long story short, my fossil collection perished in a house fire when I was a kid. I realized a few years ago that I was a Real Adult™ who didn't have to ask for parental permission to buy stuff and could rebuild what I'd lost, so after acquiring my first piece of amber – a big fat spider in Dominican Amber – I was hooked. Researching and buying fossils has been so fun and informative; I've been burned a few times with fakes, I've celebrated rarities, and I love having a little museum in my apartment. This past weekend I did the Museum of Natural History Sleepover in NYC and had a blast talking to an expert in the dinosaur wing, something I couldn't have done without this forum and a total crush on fossil trading, learning along the way. My current stash is focused mainly on claws, teeth, bones, plates, and anything encased in amber. Here's my main collection, with detailed photos and labeled descriptions to follow. Also, if anyone has further identification, feel free to chime in. You're the experts. Detailed pics and labels to come.
  9. Argentine tooth ID

    Hello Everyone, I have had this beautiful Argentine theropod tooth for 18 months now and the previous owner 25-30 years before the ban was introduced. The locality information is a bit flakey, however I thought it would be worth a try to get some kind of ID if possible if there are any Argentine friends out there with some information to hand. I have taken some measurements as follows: Distal - 12 per 5mm Mesial - 12 per 5mm MCL - 18mm MCW - 10mm crown height - 39mm If any further measurements are needed let me know Thanks!
  10. Aloha, I went to the museum yesterday. The Museum König is our big zoological Museum in Bonn, and at the moment it houses a special exhibition about Dinosaurs and the biology of gigantism. ("Groß, Größer, Dinosaurier") I got the friendly permission to upload the fotos as long as no people are in view. The Fotos I took may not be the best because I was busy entertaining a friends five year old then, but they may give you an impression of what to expect. I really liked the exhibits (real and replica) and will surely be back there to take more fotos and read the screens on a quieter day. The Exhibition is here till the 21.06.2020. Best Regards, J
  11. Hi everyone Last Thursday I went to visit the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels as a little pre-birthday trip. I have visited this museum several times in the past few years, but this time I took my camera with me and thought it might be fun to do a photo tour of the museum for this forum Beware, this will be quite a big topic that might take a few days to complete as I took nearly 750 photo's in the museum (a lot will have to be sorted out though due to blurry quality, photo's of only name tags and doubles) as I wanted to show pretty much all fossil displays Especially the Hall of the Dinosaurs, the hall of the Mosasaurs & The Hall of Evolution will be quite complete tours Starting off with some snapshots of the hall of the minerals. The meteorite display room
  12. Came across this peace what does everyone think? Says it’s a unprepared dinosaur skull in matrix
  13. Ankylosaur scute?

    I’ve came across this piece it’s from Morocco Kem kem beds looks like armor scute what does everyone thing?
  14. sauropod phalange

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  15. sauropod phalange

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  16. sauropod phalange

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  17. Possibly a femur bone in matrix

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  18. Possibly a femur bone in matrix

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  19. Possibly a femur bone in matrix

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  20. Possibly a femur bone in matrix

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  21. Possibly a femur bone in matrix

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  22. Sauropod Metacarpal

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  23. Sauropod Metacarpal

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  24. Sauropod Metacarpal

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
  25. Sauropod Metacarpal

    From the album Western Colorado Morrison Formation Dinosaur Bones

    The Morrison Formation, Brushy Basin Western Colorado
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