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Found 129 results

  1. NJ Brook Reptile Tooth Identification

    I found this tooth several years ago in the Ramanessin Brook in Monmouth County, NJ. I initially thought it was from a mosasaur, but now I am having second thoughts. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
  2. Does anyone have, or have seen, small marine reptile's stomach contents? I'm specifying small because what I'm wondering about is of those that eat primarily and mostly squid. Ive been trying to find pictures, but I can't find anything thats close-up enough to see any details at all. Just like from a full picture of a full-body ichthy plate, which is way too far out to see the apparently stomach contents. *i don't mean corprolites, but actual impressions of the stomach contents
  3. Boney!

    I’ve had a seemingly good day today and have found some interesting stuff near Whitby. Not many ammonites but some nice bone stuff hopefully! I’m guessing the first find is fishy, probably Gyrosteus?
  4. Ichthyosaur skull bones

    This piece was found by me two years ago in the Kromer Quarry near Holzmaden and was prepped by Roger Furze ( @Ludwigia ). On the piece you can see a disarticulated Ichthyosaur skull with some ribs and vertebrae. You can see one eyehole very good, although the eye itself isn't preserved. Isolated bones are not that rare in Holzmaden but such pieces are very rare! It could be a skull of a juvenile.
  5. Reptilian skull cap?

    I found this really cool piece. I believe it's some kind of skull cap from a reptile. Problem is, the seller is not English. And his description is only about 6 words. The fossil is 19 centimeters, and the only words that I understand from the description are "Cretaceous" and "Brazil."
  6. Drepanosaurus claw?

    Wondering if this could be a claw from a Drepanosaurus. What do you guys think?
  7. Reptile fossil from Liaoning

    This is from Liaoning, China. It is small, and looks like a lizard. Any idea what is that?
  8. Bone?

    Can someone tell me if i just found my first yorkshire bone?
  9. Vertebrea from the kemkem formation

    A unidentified vertebrea from the kemkem formation in morocco, the vertebrea is about 2,8cm (1,1 inch) in lenght. I hope someone can tell me more about the vertebrea!! thanks already!!!
  10. Triassic mystery bone

    Hi all! I've found this strange bone (unprepared yet) in triassic aged sandstone from the anisian. In the same location there have been many shark, fish, and Marine reptile species reported. I can't seem to I'd what part of the body this bone represent, not even talking about the species... The bumps on the surface are half spheres, some of them protruding half way without squere encourage, I think they can be teeth or some kind of dermal plate. So, does anybody care to share their thoughts on the matter?
  11. Possible Batrachopus Track

    From the album FreeRuin's Finds

    A better, non-chalk image of a previous post. I think it might be a possible Batrachopus footprint (missing a toe, the rock is broken on the left side). Hartford Basin Portland Formation Western Massachusetts
  12. Hey guys. I decided to share with you my two very recent reptile fossils that a friend kindly gave to me as a late birthday gift. It is a incredibly detailed neural arch bone (I believe) from a Plesiosaur. Feel free to tell me which part of the skull this belonged to as I can’t find any answers on Internet. The second gift is a amazing ichthyosaurus plate with from left to right: - a ichthy skull bone - a small paddle bone -a rib -a cute little worn tooth ( very interesting because you can see the inside) Also added to those are three fossils I bought at Lyme Regis : ichthyosaurus : vertebra,vertebra and paddle bone. The smaller piece I believe it to be a paddle bone (found it myself). The big vertebra I believe is from an adult Ichthyosaurus. That is it for my british reptile fossils, always eager to get more regards
  13. Reptile fossil???

    Hi everyone. Saw this fossil online being labelled as fish or reptile fossil. Very cool and interesting piece but I can’t really see what It could be... I don’t think it is a fish fossil. It is 22cm and weighs just over 1kg. I have no location... sorry. On the 4th picture there is some kind of bone or scale material, don’t really know... What to you think? Anything helps. Thanks! kind regards
  14. Reptile or dinosaur from Ganzhou

    Any idea if this is a small dinosaur or reptile? It’s found in Ganzhou, China. I’m sorry these are all the photos I got from the fossil collector.
  15. Kem Kem Beds fossil id

    Could anyone put a name on this bone from the Kem Kem beds? When i purchased it there was a lot of sediment stick on it and looks more like a strange looking stone, but what came out is a complete bone.
  16. Dear Fellow Fossil Fanatics, I just had a great day at Big Brook, found some shark teeth but also 3 specimens that I am not sure at all what to make of. Any insights would be awesome! Best, Huttner
  17. I didn't get any firm id on following tooth. Although worn, there are still spots of enamel, and it may have 2 worn down cutting edges. I'm assuming mosasaur. Any other opinions?
  18. Tooth with serrations?

    I came across this tooth in a local shop. Could only get two pics but I zoomed in on one to show the cutting edge. The tooth is labeled "carnosaur" and it's close to one inch in length. Not sure if this tooth is dinosaur or crocodile. I came across a previous thread here on the forum with pictures of a similar cutting edge that suggested it may be a mosasaur. Hoping for a possible ID before a possible purchase. Thank you!
  19. Found in Northern South Dakota

    I apologize in advance for not taking more photos of this. My father in law found this by Shadehill Reservoir in Northern South Dakota. He would really like to know what it is. It is over a foot long and close to a foot wide at its widest point. It is close to 6 inches in height. I am not where it is now so these are approximate. Thanks in advance for any help.
  20. it was in the cards

    What a fitting tribute!!!!!!!! requiescat in pace,Ian (4,2 Mb) related:
  21. Pachystropheus rhaeticus

    Hi Here's a small femur from the Triassic reptile Pachstropheus rhaeticus. The femur is about 2 inches long and sits amongst some Triassic debris including fish teeth. Nick
  22. nj cretaceous stream reptile tooth id

    worn but just want to verify this tooth...mosasaur?
  23. The Four-Eyed Fossil Lizard

    This one's a bit of an odd critter; an ancient monitor lizard with eyes in the back of its head: http://www.sciencemag.org/news/2018/04/four-eyed-lizard-walked-earth-49-million-years-ago
  24. Reptile jaw sections ?

    Are these reptile jaw sections they are form kem kem ?
  25. Fossil shop mystery

    Hey all. So I stopped in a shop selling fossils yesterday and they had some things I didn’t recognize. Some bits look like vertebrae, others like the jaw bone of a salmon, others possible teeth. The shop owner had no idea what they were and I didn’t feel confident enough to hazard a guess. Also, they have no clue where it came from but I wouldn’t be surprised if it was from Morocco as many of their fossils are. Because of the file size I’ll have to post the pics in a few replies below...
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