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  1. Went for a trip to the North Sulfur River Wednesday and had a great time. Found some cool fossils and some great points. The Mosasaur jaw section was a nice find but i was even more excited when i flipped it over. I found a couple of emerging replacement teeth pushing into their spot!
  2. Mosasaur tooth? Plus others

  3. Mosasaur tooth? Plus others

  4. Found this in a creek on my dad's land while arrow head hunting. Place is located east of Waco. Please help identify.
  5. Mosasaur flipper bone?

    I found this fossil in the North Sulphur River. The only thing that I think fits is a flipper bone to a Cretaceous mosasaur. Any thougts?
  6. In this small lot, the seller is selling several Morocco Mosasaur teeth. Please, then I have two questions: 01 - Are all these teeth real? 02 - Is there any way to distinguish which one is Prognathodon, Halisaurus and etc? Thanks for all the comments! Teeth 01 Teeth 02 Teeth 03 Teeth 04
  7. mossy bone

    Good evening, I found this at a creek in Austin Texas and doesn't resemble most of my mosasaur vertebrae.
  8. Cool surprise today. Ive found many Mosasaur vertebrae lying in the creeks but never in the bed rock. I’ll have to check back later and see if there’s more. Far North TX Late Cretaceous 85-90 mya
  9. Hi Guys, I found this Mosasaur jaw on the internet, but is it real or an composite? The jaw is from the Kem Kem region.
  10. Mosasaur tooth

    From the album Denton County, TX

  11. Hi everybody, I've seen this mosasaur skull... it has been classified like Eremiasaurus heterodontus from morocco . 750 x 380 mm. What do you think? Thanks
  12. I am looking for a detailed picture of a Mosasaur skeleton. Especially the tail area, I picked up a bunch of vertebrae and I believe they are from a Mosasaur from the Oakley Kansas area and want compare them and assemble them in order.
  13. NSR post rain finds

    Well I almost don’t want to post after seeing some of the amazing finds posted from the NSR recently, but had what for me was one of my better trips. I don’t make it out there often but like many was lured by the recent rains and the hope of finding something great. I will say that I am always happy to get out on water and the weather could not be better than it was this week. I hiked a mile or so both ways and funny enough, as usual my best finds were found where everybody enters the river. I don’t know about the rest of you, but I play a game like a scavenger hunt every time I go. This trip I was after a vert, a mosasaur tooth, and an artifact. Nailed it. Funniest part is I was leaving and found the scraper less tha 25 yards from the stairs as I was leaving. I found a killer piece of P wood that has unreal colorations. Thanks for looking.
  14. What kind of Mosasaur?

    Hi all, This is supposedly a mosasaur tooth. I dug it out of one of those fossil dig kits you can order online. The product stated that it is a mosasaur tooth but did not specify which species. I know there are several creatures that are classified as a mosasaur, but I'd like to know which one mine is. Because it came from a dig kit that didn't specify time periods, I don't know how old the tooth is. It is slightly over one inch, and two very defined cutting edges. I'm aware that assigning this tooth to a specific mosasaur is likely very difficult if not impossible, but I'd appreciate any input. If it's deemed unidentifiable, I'll gladly toss it in a shelf labled "Mosasaur." Just thought it might be cool to know which one I've got. Thanks!
  15. Rare Find For NSR!

    I had a good hunt at the North Sulphur River Texas. I found a nice variety and possibly the first Pterosaur limb bone ever found at NSR.
  16. NSR Binge

    Hi y’all, I’ve been hurting for some good fossil hunting since moving to Memphis and as luck would have it a job put me within 3 hours of NSR. Not to mention the water level reports from last week that I’ve been salivating over. So I hopped in the car and managed to get out and hunt last Friday, Saturday with 2 friends, and Monday.(Sunday I went to Post Oak due to weather lol). Water is still pretty high in most areas and some serious water hiking had to be done to get to the bars. I went in twice and my buddy went all the way in. Most areas where I hunted were undisturbed and fresh for the picking.
  17. Prognathodon premaxilla

    From the album Dinosaurs and Reptiles

  18. Have some or all of these teeth been added in?
  19. Found this little beauty today in north central Texas. Late Cretaceous Eagle Ford Group 86-90 mya
  20. Hello, I saw this jaw on the Internet and I was wondering if it was real (because it is being sold for very cheap) To me the jaw looks ok compared to other fake jaws, but the teeth look a bit weird... These are the only two pictures I have. What do you think? Regards
  21. Fossil Stands

    I wasn't sure where to post this thread, but I have a few fossils that I'd like to either buy or build stands for. I have seen lots of display stands (looks like a wire frame and a metal base) for carch teeth, and mosasaur teeth- that's what I'm looking for but I cant seem to find any for sale on the internet! Not interested in the little plastic megalodon stands, I'm looking specifically for a small wire frame stand where the tooth is held in place by its natural taper. Looking specifically for spinosaurus, carch, and mosasaur tooth stands. Any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you! N
  22. I picked up this tooth a few days. It was in a bin with plesiosaur teeth. But this one was much different. It's 2" long. One carinae, that is not serrated, likely on the mesial side. The other side is rounded. Faint striations that run up the tooth from the base, but slowly fade away towards the crown. I'm not an expert on mosasaurs, looking for help on ID.
  23. So this jaw is being sold as a rare museum quality Hadrosaur jaw. As many of you probably already know, this is a typical fake Mosasaur jaw from Morocco. So it really has nothing to do with any Hadrosaurs. But I think it still deserves to be said that no one should buy these types of fakes jaws thinking they are real. Always be careful when buying any type of fossil, especially fossils from Morocco and China, as those are very often faked.
  24. I'm considering purchasing this platecarpus jaw. The only thing is......I'm not sure its platecarpus at all. It certainly looks mosasaur to me, but something about the spacing between the teeth seems off.....maybe halisaurus? The jaw is 8.66 inches long, it's from morocco (ouled abdoun basin), and it's currently labeled as platecarpus ptychodon. any help would be greatly appreciated!