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Found 333 results

  1. Abelisaurid tooth

    From the album Dinosaurs

    Beware, these are commonly sold as "raptor" or "deltadromeus" teeth.
  2. Kem Kem femur?

    Here's a 45 cm / 17.7 inch long bone from the Kem Kem of Morocco. I don't know what animal this belonged to. Maybe a theropod or crocodilian?
  3. Carcharodontosaurid or other theropod?

    I bought this tooth 5-6 weeks ago, as a carcharodontosaurid tooth. Very nice tooth, but, i think that the tooth is very flat for carcharodontosaurid. I don't have photos with the cross section, but try to imagine a tooth 1.94 inch long that is only 6-7 mm thick.
  4. 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
  5. Spinosaurus bone?

    I’m gambling that this is a spinosaur bone, as it is supposed to be, but I really don’t know. Can anyone ID what this bone is, and if it’s spinosaurus or not? It’s apparently from Kem Kem. Thanks so much for any, and all help:)
  6. Alanqa pterosaur beak?

    Saw this pair for sale, now they are sold as Alanqa but, I've seen some Alanqa beak fossils posted on here and they have a triangular shape to them, which makes me think these aren't Alanqa. Anyone able to help and let me know if they are pterosaur and/or which species they might be from, if it's possible to tell? Pictures -1 - 4 are of the first one. It is 1.5 inch Pictures 5 - 8 are of the 2nd is 1.1 inch Many thanks
  7. Pterosaur bone?

    Hello, Any thoughts on this? Sold as a pterosaur finger bone--repaired in two places. From Kem Kem basin. Seller describes it as being dense but lightweight. 10.3 cm long
  8. Real spinosaurus vertebra?

    Hello. Seller claim that this fossil is Spinosaurus vertebra from kem kem basin. May i know your thought about this vert ID. to me personally i think it look a bit like Croc vert. (not sure tho. i have a hard time ID some vert lately.) thank you.
  9. Hi! this is quite a big spinosaurus tooth and i wonder if this tooth have been through a process of repair and restoration or not i personally think this tooth have some restoration&reconstuction to the root and reconstuction and gap fill near the tip.... i am not sure and would love if someone can correct me on that thank a lot guy and stay safe!
  10. Strange fossil from Kem Kem Beds

    Hello, I recently discovered this strange fossil while browsing my collection. It is from the Kem Kem Formation and measures around 6cm on the longest side. I did some research but had absolutely no idea what that could be. I think it's also very difficult to determine, but maybe one of you has an idea. I would be happy to receive a few suggestions! On the left side (red arrow in the pictures) there is a 1cm deep "hole", a kind of bulge, but not broken out, but the natural shape of the bone. Many thanks and best regards from Germany
  11. hello ! I need help ID this vertebra from kem kem basin , morocco original owner label it as dinosaur/croc vertebra .but i wound like to know your opinion ID this vertebra ^^ many thanks
  12. Kem Kem beds: dinosaur toe bone?

    Hello all Some time ago I got this bone from the Moroccan Kem Kem beds (Cenomanian in age). It looks like it's deformed during fossilisation (or afterwards). It would be 10 cm long, about 3,5 cm wide and 3 cm high in it's original state. So is this in fact a dinosaur toe bone? If so what family could it be? Or am I completely mistaken and is this something entirely different.
  13. small kem kem jaw sections

    I'm quite interested in these small pieces. Sold as small reptile jaws from Kem Kem. The longer one is approximately 4cm, the shorter one is around 2cm. So very small jaws. I'm guessing, given the circular tooth sockets, they are from a small or juvenile species of crocodile? Or could they be from a type of lizard? If anyone can take a quick look, that would be great. I'm guessing they are much too small to get an actual species, but would be nice to know if croc or lizard. Thanks
  14. Help ID croc tooth from Kem Kem

    Hi everyone, I got these tooth from an auction. The only information I have that they are all from Kem Kem Basin and the number 1 as the seller description that Elosuchus sp. ~4cm but actually I'm not sure it label. So if anyone has any ideas of all of them that would be great. Thank for reading!
  15. Kem Kem crocodile jaw

    I won this a week or so ago on an auction. It was sold as undescribed pseudosuchia with a description "dog-faced crocodile". 2.33 inches long. From Ifzounane Formation, Kem Kem Basin. Description says it has been analyzed by experts as a new species. Nothing comes up for "dog-faced crocodile" other than this very fossil. Anyway, I meant to post it up here to get looked at but forgot about it until now. Anyway, here's some photos. If anyone has any ideas what it could be from, that be great It also came with a pair of nifty X-Ray type photos.
  16. Kem Kem pterosaur teeth: any clarity?

    I recently purchased the two Kem Kem pterosaur teeth shown below. The seller identified both as "Siroccopteryx (Coloborhynchus) moroccensis", but I've learned by now that sellers will apply any remotely plausible name to help a fossil sell, even if it isn't scientifically justified. I read the pinned page on Kem Kem pterosaur ID, but am still confused about the exact species/genus ID of my teeth (if ID to that level is even possible for isolated Kem Kem pterosaur teeth). So: 1. Are these, in fact, both pterosaur teeth? My understanding is that pterosaur teeth are hollow and have enamel only on the tips. Both these teeth are hollow, and while the larger is missing enamel the smaller indeed has enamel only on its tip. These also do resemble photos of other Kem Kem pterosaur teeth online, though the larger is a bit unusual (though it matches the tooth in Figure 7b of the pinned article). 2. Do any of the experts here feel comfortable stating a genus for either tooth? Or do I just need to abandon my hope for ID of isolated reptile teeth to that taxonomic level? Any help is appreciated!
  17. Hi, Just wanted to check if this fish skull bone from the Kem Kem in Morocco is real or not? I think it is, but I wanted to get opinions about this fossil. Seller states that there is no restoration only a few glued fractures. It is 12cm in length. Thank you.
  18. Spinosaurus quadrate bone?

    Can anyone tell me if this is a spinosaurus quadrate bone? It is apparently from Kem Kem. I think it looks pretty quadratey, just going by a number that I’ve seen in pictures. I JUST purchased/won it, but havent paid yet, so I was hoping I could get opinions ASAP, so I can either pay right away, or discuss cancelling the purchase if it’s not what it’s supposed to be. Normally I would have asked for help on here BEFORE purchasing, but it was a last moment situation, so i barely even had time to think, let alone post on here about it. Any help is greatly appreciated, as always!!! oh yeah, also, what’s that odd thing attached to the side of the upper part, thats even a different color? I’m guessing it’s part of the fossil, just....I don’t even know! I have no idea what would make it so weird and different from the rest.
  19. A pair of skull pieces? Kem kem

    First says, cranial bone with a clear forage (if that means anything?) Seller says probably theropod. 9.45 inch Second, says quadrate skull piece, probable theropod- likely spinosaur. 4.57 inch. Both Kem Kem. Not associated by the way. Anyone able to take a look?
  20. Vertebrae from Kem Kem

    ... as mentioned in my other post, from the Kem Kem is this vertebrae. And before I start cleaning it up it would be great to get some comments from the vert experts here - maybe crocodile?
  21. Spinosaurus jaw?

    It is been sold here--seller gave me permission to post it on the ID thread for a second look. So, if anyone can give me your thoughts, that would be great! It is spinosaurus, from Kem Kem Basin.
  22. Kem Kem teeth

    Hi, just working and prep on a box full of Kem Kem material incl. some verts (will post later) and some nice teeth. below are two teeth which I would now label up as Spinosaurid indet. - can you guys confirm this? 1. a small one 2.3cm long:
  23. Peruvian ammonites and kem kem tooth

    Hi guys I would appreciate your help identifying these fossils I’m sorry I don’t know any more than what is in the title i was thinking the tooth was maybe croc but which one I’m not sure
  24. Hi, Saw this fossil for sale and the seller believes it might be a partial vertebra from a Sauropod. It is from the Kem Kem in Morocco and I am not sure if there are enough diagnostic features to be sure, anyone have an idea as to what it might be?. It is 22cm in length. Thanks.
  25. Abelisaur?

    listed as possible Abelisaur but at just over an inch, seems to big. Most I see for sale are quite small. Anyone have any thoughts?
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