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Found 19 results

  1. Kazakhstan Eocene teeth

    Hi guys, I wondered if anyone knew the species I assume they are from the mangyshlack peninsula 1. 2. on the right could be isurolamna inflata?
  2. Protolamna cappettai Kazakhstan

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Albian age Protolamna cappettai from Kolbay, Kazakhstan
  3. Protolamna cappettai Kazakhstan

    From the album Cretaceous Shark Teeth

    Albian age Protolamna cappettai from Kolbay, Kazakhstan
  4. Otodus auriculatus 04

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Otodus auriculatus Kazakhstan

    © © Matthew Brett Rutland

  5. Otodus aksuaticus Kazakhstan

    From the album Cenozoic Sharks

    A transitional Otodus from Aktulagay, Kazakhstan.
  6. Otodus aksuaticus Kazakhstan

    From the album Cenozoic Sharks

    A transitional Otodus from Aktulagay, Kazakhstan.
  7. Otodus mugodzharicus(?) Kazakhstan

    From the album Cenozoic Sharks

    This tooth shares characteristics of Otodus mugodzharicus, but there's a twist: it was found in the locality of Tushbair that produces teeth dating back to the lower Bartonian; much younger than when Otodus mugodzharicus would have swam the Earth's oceans. Possibly a megalolamna ancestor?
  8. Otodus mugodzharicus(?) Kazakhstan

    From the album Cenozoic Sharks

    This tooth shares characteristics of Otodus mugodzharicus, but there's a twist: it was found in the locality of Tushbair that produces teeth dating back to the lower Bartonian; much younger than when Otodus mugodzharicus would have swam the Earth's oceans. Possibly a megalolamna ancestor?
  9. Five photos of teeth from Tushbair, Kazakhstan, middle Eocene. 1. Usakias wardi 2. Notorhynchus kempi 3. Alopias hermani 4. Isurolamna inflata 5. Burnhamia woodwardi
  10. Need help with fossil CRAB

    This specimen recently came into my possession with little information. There was a label that said "near Mangyshlak, Kazakhstan". I did some searching and I see nothing like this coming from Kazakhstan. I know there a number of crab experts on this forum so I was wondering if anyone recognizes this specimen. The concretion is like a sandstone. Looks porous. Also, it would not surprise me that the concretion was shaped into a concretions as there are chisel marks on the outside. The matrix looks soft enough to be shaped. However, I can't be sure. Any help is appreciated.
  11. Identification of this fossil

    This fossil sample has come from Kazakhstan~ Could you identify this fossil?
  12. What is this?

    I found this thing together with many pieces of Cretaceous petrified wood. I take it to my home, because of its interesting form. Niw i am trying to know what is it, but can not find any similar pictures. What it could be? I found it in Kazakhstan. Thank you!
  13. Bone or not?

    Hi! I found some pieces of petrified wood of Cretaceous Period, and same time found some fossile that has not typical structure for wood. It looks like fingerprints or something. I think that it is bone. Could somebody tell me what is this, and if it is bone - what animal it was belong to? It was found in Kazakhstan. Sorry for my english and thank you! Triangle "Knife" form from sideview Macrophoto of fossile stricture
  14. Hello everyone! This may be a stretch, but I am out of options, so posting this question here: I am heading to Astana Kazakhstan (the capital) in a week. I know there are TONS of fossils coming in from that country, like the cool transitional otodus teeth, but am having a tough time finding an exact spot/group to actually do a fossil hunt. Another problem, is I'm only going to be in Astana, and it's a HUGE country. I am looking for a place that is a day trip away. At this point I am simply looking for rock and mineral shops in Astana, but can't find any. Anyhow, has anyone been to Kazakhstan, or know of any fossil places or even rock shops near Astana? Thanks!
  15. Dear Forum members, I have been extending my permian cephalopod collection in the past weeks, but I think that some of the genus and species are incorrect. Unfortunately I see similar looking cephalopods on the internet with different names, and I can't find good descriptive catalogues of all these permian cephalopods from Kazakhstan and Timor. Therefore I was wondering on which papers you base your identification. Thanks in advance, Sander
  16. Your saying did I read the Topic correctly? Uzbekistan? Where is that? Is that a country? Dinosaurs were there? Well yes to all those questions. First: where is it? well its in Central Asia next to Turkmenistan, Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan. I'm sure that clarifies the locality In case your still scratching your head here is a map of the region On the map all of the Dinosaurs in this post come from the Kyzyl Kum Desert. I highlighted the area on the map with two red lines. The area is quite difficult to collect but if you dare quite productive for Dinosaur fossils and meteorites. Here are a few pictures of the area. No its not me in the pictures I'm not that crazy. The Dinosaurs from this area are poorly understood but there has been some study done in Russia. An excellent paper of this area is: Dinosaurs of Northern Eurasia: New Data About Assemblages, Ecology and Paleobiogeography by L Nessov published in 1995 and then translated into English. Unfortunately I cannot find the paper with the plate so no images. Specifics: Age: Cenomanian - Turonian (94.3-89.3mya) Bissekty Formation in the Kyzyl Kum Desert. Navoi Region My collection will begin with a number of Therizinosaurus hand claws. Most of you may not be familiar with this dinosaur. Its one of the most interesting ones ever to exist and paleontologists are still trying to understand it.. It begins its existence in the early cretaceous as a meat eating predator about 4 meters long and ends its reign at the end of the cretaceous as a giant 10 meter long herbivore with gigantic meter long claws on their hands. Quite a transformation, wish I had some of those claws. Great reference : Therizinosaur : mystery of the Sickle-claw dinosaur by the Museum in Northern Arizona. Only $10 The first group of pictures all all Therizinosaur hand claws. more to follow:
  17. Coccolepis socialis

    From the album Vertebrates

    Coccolepis socialis Gorizdro-Kulzycka 1926 Upper Jurassic Karatau Kazakhstan
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