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Found 17 results

  1. Is this Spinosaurus tooth real or a replica? 5.5cm in length, from Morocco Also what are all the weird crusty bits on the side of the tooth?
  2. Drotops Megalomanicus

    Drotops Megalomanicus found it mislabeled and under priced at the mall today at a random booth, was a very unexpected pleasure measures somewhere around 5.3-5.4 inches, the condition is not to bad.
  3. Big echinoid

    Ok, what is this. I bought it about 20 years ago. Im sure its from Morroco and i think its some kind of Clipiaster? (spelling) Need some info so I can sell it. Dont want it. RB
  4. Morrocan theropod tooth

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Bought online labeled Deltadromeus agilis.
  5. More kem kem teeth to ID

    These teeth were all bought together, I'm guessing they are labeled more or less correctly, but I want y'all to varify. First was labeled pterosaur, so I'm guessing sirroccopteryx? The next was labeled carcharodontosaurus, which I'm guessing is correct. Lastly a tooth labeled dromeosaur, and from what I can gather, these teeth are from an indeterminate taxon? I can take more pictures, just tell me the angle.
  6. Need help with some teeth

    Until joining this forum, I thought that the kem kem beds were clear cut and simple in terms of teeth, you have crocs, raptors, carcharodantosaurs, and spinosaurs. I was of course, incrediblely wrong. I have acquired a few teeth from various suppliers, and they are of the kem kem beds. I got these way before I joined the forum and I would like to us your collective skills to get the best IDs possible. This will probably be the first of two posts. first up is a small tooth, labeled deltadromeus agilis, a species of which no skeletal elements are known. after that are two teeth in a lot of bones apparently from a sulphur mine.
  7. Recently I bought this fossil. I have a rough idea what he could be. Though I'm really not sure as I have too little experience with such material. I don't want to jump to conclusions but I think it looks like a jaw. A Spinosaurus jaw perhaps? It was not me who took these photos, it was the seller who sent me these photos. So I hope that helps. Any information on this piece would be greatly appreciated.
  8. Moroccan bone fragments

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Four fragments that came with two other labeled theropod too the fragments. These are highly worn and poor in quality which makes me believe that it could be any bone from any thing. Bought online.
  9. Moroccan bone fossil

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    This came with some other fragments online and was labeled as "theropod tooth fragments". I think it could be that, but there is no way to distinguish it from any other none on any other animal. It's from morroco and is internally porous and quite worn.
  10. Moroccan theropod tooth section

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    This is a tooth section from morroco, bought online with some other tooth fragments.
  11. Morrocan sandstone with fossils

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    I removed a mosasaur tooth from this. Bought at a fossil store. Various bone, identity unknown unless it is associated with the mosasaur tooth.
  12. Spinosaurid tooth

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Spinosaurid tooth purchased from store. Labeled spinosaurus sp. from morroco.
  13. Spiky Brachiopod

    This came from a friend in Morocco and it seems very strange. I added a scale to hopefully help. Thanks.
  14. Crazy story... I recently started work with the Port of Miami in Florida, while at work and on a brake i was hiding from the rain that we usually get here every day, and walking around day dreaming about fossils since I haven't hunted in years, when all of a sudden I see this weird looking flat spiral shape in a puddle next to a garbage bin, I thought to my self that there's no way that it might be a fossil, I must be losing it and seeing things,must be some sort of metal washer or garbage but decided to give it a better look... and there it was , an ammonite in the most unlikeliest places, I snatched it pretty fast and put it in my pocket. I thought someone had it as a pendant and lost it but after 5 mins I decided to go back and give it another look.... and there it was, another one and then a trilobite and after that a horn coral, there were broken pieces scattered all over the pavement that led to a garbage bin so of course I had to look inside and there were more broken and whole pieces of different sorts of Moroccan fossils that were wrapped at one point in a Moroccan newspaper. I eventually jumped in and picked up as much as I could, handfuls of broken shark teeth, some minerals, orthoceras, etc. Most of them were completely broken and beyond repair or restoration, a.k.a dust. Some even ended up in the gutter but managed to get my hand in there and save whatever I could. I took a photo of the best pieces, hope this makes it in the " Fossil of the Month " ;).
  15. Phacops?

    I purchased this trilobite from Colorado, I was told it is a Phacops but from what I read it seems a bit on the large side. Since I was told its from Morocco I questioned its authenticity but due to the damage I think it is real but crudely excavated. Any thoughts on this specimen would be appreciated.
  16. Trilobite

    Picked up this trilobite for very cheap, not in substrate, so is it fake? if not what is it?
  17. Paradoxide?

    A very large Trilobite I picked up for cheap. I was told it was an Andalusian Trilobite which seems to be an outdated term. I was assured it was not restored due to being a flatter type of trilobite (even I know better than that) Also told it is from Morroco. I bought it because even if it is half restored I am happy with the price. As far as I can figure out it would be a Paradoxide but on closer inspection I am concerned there is a lot of plaster like material, unsure if these fossils look like that normally... Looking for any input
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