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  1. echinoid ID help please and thank you

    Hi all Can I please have some help on these beauties. I purchased them as a job lot and I did get a good bargain. Unfortunately the only info I got was they are from Morocco. The first two are I think Goniopygus meslei ? The third I don’t know. 1. 2. 3.
  2. About a year ago I came across a fossil hunt report in Morocco and fall in love with the trilobites. From another website, I saw picture of Morocco crinoids plate and I just wish I have them. Last week I found a trip in groupon to Morocco for 15 days. Then I find there are many fossil hunting tours in Morocco from 8 to 15 days. I would like to ask if anyone using the tour for fossil hunt? Are they good and if anyone has a favorite tour company to suggest? I am appreciate any information and help. Thanks.
  3. I’m wondering what the age of the Otodus teeth are in Morocco. Does anybody have any papers on the teeth there? Also, does anybody know how many genera there are there? Thanks
  4. Rebbachisaur Tooth

    Tooth of a rebbachisaurid sauropod.
  5. Abelisaurid tooth

    Acquired from a British fossil dealer in January 2019.
  6. Carcharodontosaurid tooth

    Acquired from a British fossil dealer in November 2018. Labeled Carcharodontosauridae indent. due to the presence of at least two carcharodontosaurids (Carcharodontosaurus saharicus and Sauroniops pachytholus) in the Kem Kem Beds.
  7. Saw this for sale, and was wondering if these are Plesiosaur vertebra's?. The fossil is from the Goulmima region in South - Eastern Morocco. Thanks.
  8. This supposed real Cretaceous croc from Khourigba, Morocco is up for auction and, uh, isn't this just a painted cast with some real croc teeth thrown in?
  9. I just got this orthoceras fossil from the atlas mountains if Morocco. I was wondering if they was a formation associated with it? I've got the age, but not the formation, if any. Thanks, Tyler
  10. What are these?

    I was just wondering what the species for the trilobites are but I’m not sure what the 3rd thing is as it looks like an ammonoid or nautiloids from most angles but it doesn’t have an aphycyus it has an operculum so is it a devils tonail thanks
  11. I got this tooth mixed in with a bunch of small Moroccan stuff and it struck me as something a little different. To me it bears a striking resemblance to Palaeocarcharodon, without the serrated blade. It doesn’t look right for Otodus or Cretalamna to me, it’s too delicate and thin, very much like Palaeocarcharodon. Any thoughts or suggestions on it identity would be appreciated. Happy newyear! Front and back comparison with early Palaeocarcharodon Side profile comparison with early Palaeocarcharodon
  12. Deltadromeus tooth?

    I've been looking at this tooth which is labeled as Deltadromeus agilis from the Kem Kem Basin by the seller. I know labeling teeth as Deltadromeus is iffy due to the lack of skull material, so does anyone have an idea of a possible classification for it? I've tried looking at Troodon's Kem Kem theropod teeth guide but haven't managed to make an ID. Any help would be appreciated!
  13. Hello all, I’m looking to purchase these Mosasaur jaws for a pretty steep price. From what I can tell from them, they look legitimate to me using what I have learned previously from here. But I just want some second opinions by people who have much more expertise than I. These pictures were taken by one of the shop employees, so I apologize for the lack of angles and close shots. Thank you all so much!
  14. Can anybody tell what this vertebra is from? I believe it's from Kem Kem. *would this be a rib cage vert?
  15. Lit.: Joan Corbacho, Scott Morrison, Máximo Alonso. First Mention of Unusuropode castroi Duarte & Santos, 1962 (Crustacea: Isopoda) in the Upper Cretaceous of Gara es Sbâa Lagerstätte, South-Eastern Morocco. Earth Sciences. Vol. 7, No. 6, 2018, pp. 288-292. doi: 10.11648/j.earth.20180706.16
  16. Cretaceous Isopod from Morocco

    Just in time for the Holidays... The mysterious isopods from Gara es Sbâa, Morocco, have recently been described: Corbacho, J., Morrison, S. & Alonso, M. 2018 First Mention of Unusuropode castroi Duarte & Santos, 1962 (Crustacea: Isopoda) in the Upper Cretaceous of Gara es Sbâa Lagerstätte, South-Eastern Morocco. Earth Sciences, 7(6):288-292 PDF LINK
  17. Moroccan ammonite

    Hi, Father Christmas broughted this cute huge ammonite he found in Morocco, but he forgot its age an name. Any ideas ? Each square of the floor is 2 cm wide.
  18. Morocco ordovician trilobite

    This little spherical trilobite is given to me as a gift by a French friend in an mineral and fossil exhibit in Beijing, who said it must be a Morocco ordovician species. Is it possible for me to get to know more here?
  19. Lefebvre, B., Guensburg, T.E., Martin, E.L., Mooi, R., Nardin, E., Nohejlova, M., Saleh, F., Kouraïss, K., El Hariri, K. and David, B., 2018. Exceptionally preserved soft parts in fossils from the Lower Ordovician of Morocco clarify stylophoran affinities within basal deuterostomes. Geobios. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329204055_Exceptionally_preserved_soft_parts_in_fossils_from_the_Lower_Ordovician_of_Morocco_clarify_stylophoran_affinities_within_basal_deuterostomes https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bertrand_Lefebvre2 Other PDF files of papers are: Fatka, O., Nohejlová, M. and Lefebvre, B., 2018. Lapillocystites BARRANDE is the edrioasteroid Stromatocystites POMPECKJ (Cambrian, Echinodermata). Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie-Abhandlungen, 289(2), pp.139-148. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/326558585_Lapillocystites_BARRANDE_is_the_edrioasteroid_Stromatocystites_Pompeckj_Cambrian_Echinodermata https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bertrand_Lefebvre2 Makhlouf, Y., Nedjari, A., Dahoumane, A., Nardin, E., Nohejlová, M. and Lefebvre, B., 2018, November. Palaeobiogeographic implications of the first report of the eocrinoid genus Ascocystites Barrande (Echinodermata, Blastozoa) in the Upper Ordovician of the Ougarta Range (Western Algeria). In Annales de Paléontologie. Elsevier Masson. https://www.researchgate.net/publication/329138078_Palaeobiogeographic_implications_of_the_first_report_of_the_eocrinoid_genus_Ascocystites_Barrande_Echinodermata_Blastozoa_in_the_Upper_Ordovician_of_the_Ougarta_Range_Western_Algeria https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Bertrand_Lefebvre2 Yours, Paul H.
  20. Hello!!! I want to buy some trilobites. The seller send me these photos. What do you think? Fakes, good ones, not good? I don’t know nothing about trilobites... Thank you so much!!!!
  21. drotops megalomanicus?

    Just curios as to what species this is I looked at phacops but non seem to have such defined bumps for a better word also the eyes don't match up at least not to the ones I have looked at. Again questioning this id because what is exposed so far is rather small 0.86" by 0.80" and the size of the matrix block is 2.51" by 2.34" Also I am prepping this currently so not fully exposed yet don't know if that will hinder the possibility of confirming an id. Thanks Matt
  22. Can anyone please offer an opinion on this? The bone appears to be genuine, as far as I can tell, but all but one of the teeth are added in after. The back of the skull seems to be in the wrong position in relation to the frontal bone - does this imply compositing? Something looks 'off' to me, but I haven't seen all that many skulls like this. Combine that with the low-resolution photos and I thought I'd ask for some opinions. Thank you.
  23. Spinosaurus tooth?

    Hello friends, this looks like a spinosaurus tooth to me: is it correct? What's your opinion on this fossil? Thank you very much Alessio
  24. Hello everybody I see non specific mosasaur teeth from morocco all the time but what if I want to purchase a Mosasaurus tooth? How can I tell the differance? The following image is labeled as mosasaurus but how do I know that is true? Thank you
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