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Found 1,218 results

  1. Turiasaurus riodevensis tooth?

    Hi again! I see this tooth and I will try to get it. The owner told me that It’s from Riodeva, Teruel (Spain) I read some articles and the id seems correct... What do you think? I read too that spanish fossils are forbidden, Can I have any problem? Thanks!
  2. Kem Kem pterosaur beak. Alanqa?

    Hello! I get this partial pterosaur beak from Kem Kem. Can it be from Alanqa? Thank you!
  3. Huge spinosaurus jaw?

    Hello! I see for sale this huge jaw (50cm) with some teeth. It’s from Kem Kem. What do you think? Any idea for The correct price? Thank you!
  4. Dinos & More Dinos

    Just wanted to post some of my favourites from the last few months of collecting. Winter is only a few short months away so I’m heading to the field whenever I can. We’ve got some tyrannosaurid (gorgosaurus or daspletosaurus) toe bones as of this morning! Very excited about that. Bunch of verts including a big one, I know most of the verts aren’t from the same animal but I like to set them up like a tail for visitors The ornithomimid claw, a few tyrannosaurid teeth, croc scute & skull section (I believe that vert belongs to a croc as well, the one before the string) little theropod limb bone and the longer one under the claw I believe is ornithomimid as well as it was close to the claw. Maybe a radius or ulna? Also putting some photos of my friend & I out in the area and the landscape itself. Enjoy!
  5. Mystery dinosaur claw

    I I have a mystery claw possible turtle, gator or dinosaur from Hells creek. Measures 0.5cm. Need some assistance identifying, thank you!
  6. Chinese dinosaur tooth

    This tooth was just dug out from Ganzhou, China. Is it a dinosaur tooth? It’s Cretaceous formation.
  7. Mystery dinosaur claw

    Hi this is a mystery claw I got from Hells creek on Ant Hill. It’s about0.2 inches or 0.5cm long. I can include better pictures but there too blurry so I included the two best ones.
  8. Help!

    Hi, I’m thinking of getting these teeth and wondering if anyone can help on the ID, there both from the Lourinhä Formation, Portugal. Sorry I can’t get the sellers website out at the bottom. Thank you!
  9. Mastodon tooth?

    I recently found this on a diving adventure and would like any information y’all may have! I have more photos and could take more if needed! Thanks
  10. Sorry for the loooong post. I am a science and natural history illustrator, and I work part time at a fossil shop. We have various, easily identifiable specimens that come through our shop every day. But I've recently stumbled across a specimen from the depths of our collection that has puzzled me. Unfortunately, I do not know its origins so identifying it as belonging to a particular species is probably all but impossible (?). I've taken as many detailed photographs of it from every angle as I can, in hopes that a more knowledgeable mind might be able/willing to shed some light on it. Firstly, I'd like to just confirm that it is indeed fossilized bone & not a rock. Secondly, I would love some insights as to some of the particular features. There are some exposed, whitish areas inside the specimen. I'm wondering, assuming this is a bone, if this might be fossilized marrow? When dampened with a sponge, the white areas reveal red and blue micro markings. The largest of the exposed white areas has a distinct gash alongside it (which I've circled in red). I'm wondering if anyone thinks that this might be a tooth mark of some sort? There are also some distinct red markings on the exterior surfaces. I've seen examples where fossilized protein such as blood or soft tissue can manifest themselves as reddish marks. I'm not sure if that is what is being exhibited here (?). Lastly, and as I mentioned - this is probably a longshot, is there anything discernible or recognizable about the specimen to anyone? Obviously, knowing its geographical origins & knowing more about the rock in from which it was excavated would go along way. Unfortunately, I simply don't have this information. I appreciate anything that anyone might be willing to offer. Thank you in advance!
  11. What bone?

    What bone is this? Thanks for the help
  12. Montana milk river finds

    A few milk river finds. North central Montana in the Judith river formation. the large first bone I figured was hadrosaur, but the more I look at the inside it seems to be a lot of sediment - so I’m not really sure how hollow it is. Thoughts? the second bone is super smooth bone and has a very defined hollow inside. Meat eater? the third I don’t expect much info about - it seemed to be some type of cranial bone - but I’ve got no clue. thanks for any help
  13. I have a couple riker boxes of a few dinosaur teeth. Nothing super high quality; I enjoy a variety of teeth and was on a budget so I never looked for the highest quality of teeth to buy. I'm happy with a nice representative sample of the animal. I've moved away from buying many specimens now as I'd rather go out and find my own at some point, but I bought these years ago and I'm very happy with the diversity they represent. Plus as I teach geology, they are great teaching specimens for the kids to. First up is my collection of Cretaceous North American teeth from Hell Creek, Lance, and Judith River Formations. Most are dinosaurs, though there are a couple other fauna represented here to. Probably one of my favorite teeth from this box is the acid etched raptor tooth. Though I do really like the JR tyrannosaur tooth as well (I watched that one sell for more than I could hope to purchase, but it was returned as it splintered during shipping. So I bought it as a short prep project for cheap. I never filled in the cracks as I prefer most things unrestored).
  14. Hell Creek dinosaur jaw section

    Hey y'all, I have this jaw section from Hell Creek. It was sold by a small rock shop as "triceratops." I wasn't sure that it was, but bought it anyway. Is there a way to distinguish between ceratopsian and hadrosaur jaws? Or more specifically, are there identifiable features on this bone to assign it to either ceratopsian, hadrosaur, or neither?
  15. An archosaurian egg ?

    Hello everyone, I am a Belgian student in biology, and I love paleontology. Last week, I was walking on a slag heap near my home in the town of Marcinelle, at the coal mine called "Bois du Cazier". My attention was mainly focused on fossils of carboniferous plants (sigilaria, cordaites, calamites, etc ...). But at one point, I picked up this pretty little pebble which seemed to me to be a fossilized archosaurian egg. The slag heaps do not really respect the order of the geological layers, so it is very difficult for me to pin a year on it. I wanted to ask you if it was possible to : - confirm / deny that it is a fossilized egg - date it approximately, in view of the material that composes it (in my opinion, it should belong to the Mesozoic area, because of the colour and the fact that it was necessary to logically pass through this layer when digging, before arriving at the carboniferous veins) - identify the order, maybe the family to which he may have belonged. Please excuse-me for my bad English, Thank you in advance for your answers !
  16. I have this dinosaur head that my father found many many years ago and we’re trying to identify it. Any suggestions on how to make this happen is greatly appreciated.
  17. Dinosaur Vertebrae?

    Hi all! I recently purchased this dinosaur bone from an estate sale in Maryland USA. I think it looks like a vertebrae, but I’m not sure if I’m right. Does anyone know what it is, or even what it came from? It weighs 1.475lbs and was labeled from the Jurassic period (although the person that labeled it is a gemologist, not a geologist so it was his best guess after researching). The tape measurer pictured is in inches, I could not find one with centimeters. Thanks for any help!!!
  18. South Dakota hunting sites?

    I’m driving back to Montana from Kansas this weekend and wanted to stop in South Dakota or eastern Montana to do some quick Dino hunting. Does anyone have any advice for the badlands area or western Montana? Preferably the badlands area. I heard you can just surface hunt in the badlands national park, but wanted to see what you guys had to say. Kind of a broad area. thanks
  19. Milk river weird Dino vert?

    Milk river Judith river formation find - north central Montana. Looks like just over half of a large vert with large processes to me - but really no clue. Any thoughts?
  20. Don’t know what this is

  21. Unknown Dino vert?

    Hi, I purchased this unprepared, and was wondering what type of animal it came from? It’s from the lance fm, @jpc @Troodon@hadrosauridae, work your magic, please!
  22. Possible theropod bone

    Hi everyone, this is a dinosaur bone I’ve been prepping, it was found on the lance fm in WY, it seems hollow and I was wondering if you could tell me if it’s a T-rex bone or a different theropod species, 8 1/4 by 3 1/2 TIA.
  23. Dinosaur teeth from Liaoning, China?

    The teeth below are said to be dinosaur teeth from Liaoning, China. Are they dinosaur teeth or teeth of marine reptiles?
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