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Found 12 results

  1. Wanted: Sauropod Teeth

    Hi All, I am looking for sauropod teeth. Madagascan teeth at the top of my list but am interested in all sauropods. I would be interested in Rabbachisaurus teeth but they would need to be in exceptional condition. I have a lot of teeth I would be willing to trade, too many to list. If you have something you would like to trade please let me know and what type of tooth you would be looking for in return. Thank you, Randy
  2. A cool tail vertebra is being sold as the Diplodocoid Rebbachisaurus is the ID correct? Kem Kem Beds. Any resto or repair evident. Thank you
  3. Hello. Shopping day. Want know about teeth - they real, and correct ID. Rebbachisaurus garasbae: Morocco Raptor: Morocco
  4. I had posted these on my collection gallery - and one or 2 people thought perhaps these were NOT rebbachisaurus teeth; rather Spinosaurus. I would like to classify them properly - SO.... looking for opinions! I want to know if corrections are needed. (And I am NOW looking for a GOOD rebbachisaurus tooth online). The dealer I got this from is not a "dealer" in fossils as far as I can tell.... but I will avoid him in the future, I think!
  5. Most everything you see sold on the commercial market as far as Sauropod teeth, from the Kem Kem of Morocco, is label Rebbachisaurus garasbae or Rebbachisaurus. They appear to be incorrectly identified based on the latest research. Feel free to add your teeth to show variations. What do we know of Sauropod teeth from this fauna? - very simple answer, very very little in fact less than we know of Theropod material which is very little to begin with. In the Kem Kem there is one described species a Diplodocoid, Rebbachisaurus garasbae and evidence of a large Titanosaurid. That evidence on the Titanosaurid is based only on a single caudal vertebra. The holotype that described Rebbachisaurus contained only one complete dorsal vertebra, parts of another vertebra, some neural spines, rib fragments, ischium, humerus and a few more fragmentary material but NO skull, NO teeth. Like many Theropod dinosaurs we have teeth but no skull to identify them against and label them to a family level. Why should we not do the same with sauropod teeth there is no difference. The other fact that I find interesting is Rebbachisaurus once thought to be a large bodied Sauropod has been redescribed to a smaller animal and the Titanoaurid from this fauna is a very large one. EDIT: The publication issued in 2018 sheds a new light on this topic. See below on TyBoy's post for that paper and the information here is based on that publication Rebbachisaurid indet Faceted small diameter, smooth surface This tooth is faceted all around the crown. Very round, small diameter This tooth includes a base with enamel on it - uncertain of placement Titanosaurid indet Large Teeth Two very crisp cutting edges and very rough texture in the enamel, no wear facet maybe sign its an unerupted tooth. Have not see the texture on any other tooth. Very pointed Crown - positional? No cutting edges This tooth shows wrinkles around the shaft. No its not a Spino no cutting edges Felt sorry or these two orphans just added them to the mix. Positional, no cutting edges More peg like, no cutting edges, not sure about this tooth - My guess its Rebbachisaurid
  6. New kem kem trip new finds

    I have some new finds these I hope maybe from pterosaur as seems to have characteristics. However problem is I only have phone camera and cannot edit to make smaller so pictures will only come very slowly.
  7. Rebbachisaurus tooth

    A tooth of a Sauropod.
  8. Wear Facets On Rebbachisaurus teeth

    I've been reading a few papers on Sauropods and the topic of wear facets got me thinking. I own 30 plus Rebbachisaurus teeth and only two of them have labial wear facets. Every other tooth with a wear facet has a lingual wear facet. That doesn't really make any sense to me. For most sauropods with tooth to tooth contact, the upper teeth will have a lingual wear facet and the lower teeth will have labial. It could be that I just happen to own mostly upper teeth but I don't think so. Most every Rebbachisaurus tooth you see has a lingual wear facet. Any thoughts on that.
  9. Hello! Good Night to everyone who participates in my favorite Forum! I present to you the newest member of my collection... It was discovered in Kem Kem, Morocco. Very good condition, although there are natural cracks in the enamel these do not appear to have been glued or restored. But I do not think it's a Rebbachisaurus tooth... What do you think? Thank you all!
  10. Baby Rebbachisaurus Tooth

    I recently purchased this baby Rebbachisaurus tooth. It's the smallest one I own at 14 mm. I thought I would contrast it next to the two largest teeth I have at 3 inches.
  11. Moroccan Sauropod Teeth

    From the album Dinosaur Fossils collection

    Moroccan Sauropod teeth Rebbachisaurus (right) & Diplodocoidae sp. (left) Locality: Kem Kem, Morocco Geological Age: Early-Late Cretaceous Specimens Size: 1.6/8" (both teeth)
  12. Just curious since I've been browsing a few sites, looking for some new Dino teeth to buy for my collection. I've noticed though that America sites all seem to be a heck of a lot more expensive than the English ones. Like Rebbachisaurus teeth for example, they all seem to be $100 dollars plus on America sites but an English ebay seller regularly sells them for under £10 and one English fossil site I found has quite a few for sale for around £15. Just wondering if fossil collecting is much more popular over in the States or if there's another reason for the huge difference in prices
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