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Found 12 results

  1. Dipity-Do Done

    Just finished prepping this great Diplomystus found by a guest at our quarry. It was the first fossil they have ever found so I wanted it to be something special for them. Not much to work with but it turned out pretty good. I used a scribe to clean up the fish a bit, PVA to stabilize the fossil and prevent further flaking, and then had to do some restoration using fossil putty and a bit of touch up paint to restore a few missing areas for them, as they wanted a piece that they could hang on their wall and display.
  2. From the album Hoplophoneus Mentalis

    Hoplophoneus mentalis Sinclair 1921 (false sabre-tooth) Osteichthyes - Carnivora - Nimravidae Full reference: W. J. Sinclair. 1921. A new Hoplophoneus from the Titanotherium Beds. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 60:96-98 See also Bryant 1996, Clark and Beerbower 1967, Emry 1992, Hough 1949, Jepsen 1933, Scott and Jepsen 1936, Simpson 1941 and Sinclair 1921 Type specimens: Hoplophoneus mentalis: P.U. No. 12515, a mandible (left ramus of the lower jaw). Hoplophoneus oharrai: Its type locality is Peanut Peak, which is in a Chadronian terrestrial horizon in the Chadron Formation of South Dakota. Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore Age range: 37.2 to 33.9 Ma

    © Seth Sorensen

  3. Hoplophoneus Mentalis Left Side

    From the album Hoplophoneus Mentalis

    Hoplophoneus mentalis Sinclair 1921 (false sabre-tooth) Osteichthyes - Carnivora - Nimravidae Full reference: W. J. Sinclair. 1921. A new Hoplophoneus from the Titanotherium Beds. Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 60:96-98 See also Bryant 1996, Clark and Beerbower 1967, Emry 1992, Hough 1949, Jepsen 1933, Scott and Jepsen 1936, Simpson 1941 and Sinclair 1921 Type specimens: Hoplophoneus mentalis: P.U. No. 12515, a mandible (left ramus of the lower jaw). Hoplophoneus oharrai: Its type locality is Peanut Peak, which is in a Chadronian terrestrial horizon in the Chadron Formation of South Dakota. Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore Age range: 37.2 to 33.9 Ma

    © Seth Sorensen

  4. Pogonodon platycopis Left side

    From the album Pogonodon

    Pogonodon platycopis Cope 1879 (false sabre-tooth) Osteichthyes - Carnivora - Nimravidae See also Eaton 1922, Fremd et al. 1994, Macdonald 1970, Matthew 1910, Scott and Jepsen 1936 and Thorpe 1920 Sister taxon: Pogonodon eileenae Type specimens: Pogonodon platycopis: Its type locality is John Day Units E and F, which is in an Arikareean terrestrial horizon in the John Day Formation of Oregon Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore Age range: 30.8 to 20.43 Ma Distribution: found only at John Day Units E and F, also known as Upper Foree Section Where: Wheeler County, Oregon (44.7° N, 119.6° W: paleocoordinates 44.4° N, 110.7° W) • Coordinate estimated from map Date Range: John Day Formation, Arikareean (30.8 - 20.43 Ma)

    © Seth Sorensen

  5. I just thought I would share the Journey of my two most recent Saber Toothed Pseudo-Cats (Nimravidae). The first is Hoplophoneus. I got this cat and most people would not even recognize it, but I knew it had potential. Here are the origional pics I took before undergoing the restoration process.
  6. Platecarpus skull Finished 2

    From the album Platecarpus start to finish

    Platecarpus ptychodon skull finished. (Platecarpus ptychodon Arambourg 1954), Oued Zem, Morocco, Cretaceous: 146-65 MYO

    © Seth Sorensen

  7. Platecarpus skull Finished

    From the album Platecarpus start to finish

    Platecarpus ptychodon skull finished. (Platecarpus ptychodon Arambourg 1954), Oued Zem, Morocco, Cretaceous: 146-65 MYO

    © Seth Sorensen

  8. Spinosaurus Foot (pedal ungual) Claw

    From the album Dinosaur Claws

    This is a monster Spinosaurus foot claw from North Africa. Sponosaurus (Maroccanus?) lower Albian to lower Cenomanian stages of the Cretaceous period, about 112 to 97 million years ago.

    © © Seth Sorensen

  9. Prognathodon Skull 3

    From the album Prognathodon Skull

    © Seth Sorensen 2013

  10. Prognathodon Skull 2

    From the album Prognathodon Skull

    © Seth Sorensen 2013

  11. Prognathodon Skull 1

    From the album Prognathodon Skull

    © Seth Sorensen 2013

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