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Found 15 results

  1. Spino jaw section ?

    Hello all would this be a spino jaw section or a croc jaw section ? And the tooth has been put on the jaw.
  2. Skull bone structure?

    I can't find any pictures of dino skull bone structure. Does anyone have any, or know where to find any cross sections, or pictures of skull fragments where you can see the internal structure? Preferably the forehead/top
  3. Dunkleosteus armor cross section

    From the album Sharks and fish

    Cross section of dunkleosteus' armor plate showing internal structure of mostly solid bone
  4. Leedsichthys Problematicus

    From the album Sharks and fish

    Small section of a fin ray from a Leedsychthys Problematicus tail. About 2" Lower Ox. Clay, Callovian middle Jurassic. 160 mya Hampton Lakes Peterborough, Cambs, UK
  5. Ichthyosaur stomach contents

    From the album Marine reptiles and mammals

    Cross sections of the stomach, full of squid/cephalopod hooks and beaks, of an early Jurassic ichthyosaur (Stenopterygius quadriscissus). One slice has the animals ribs, the lighter tan objects, around the stomach, while the other is entirely of the stomach contents.
  6. I decided to (finally) spend some money and buy a mosasaur jaw section- my first jaw! I know that there are many fabricated mosasaur jaw sections out there, but I have ascertained for myself that this one is nothing to worry about. However, I still think that if there are indeed any problems with it, expert input would not hurt at all. Maybe I could even attempt extraction! (with the the proper methods, of course.) I really prefer fossils outside of their matrix- I am never content with 1/2 of a fossil while the rest remains entombed inside. Behold! Halisaurus (arambourgi?) Jaw section The section is 8.89 centimeters in length, and 3.17 centimeters in height (crown tip to the bottom of jaw) Found in: "phosphate mine region, Khouribga, Morocco." I wish they could be more specific. This would make a fine addition to my currently expanding collection. Thank you all for your input! If anybody is brave enough to figure out what part of the jaw this is from, that would be fantastic as well.
  7. Reptile jaw sections ?

    Are these reptile jaw sections they are form kem kem ?
  8. Schizorhiza stromeri.jpg

    From the album Unusual Shark Teeth

  9. Theropod jaw section ?

    Would this be a theropod jaw section its was found at Judith river formation.
  10. Big ammonite found in Whitby

    Hi all I found a large piece of an ammonite at Whitby, the whole thing would of been more than a foot across. Would be great if I could get what species of ammo it is. Thanks for looking.
  11. Possible trilobite part ?

    Not sure if I included this query in an earlier post, but I don't think so. Is this just a convenient placement of individuals in a pile-up ? or are the parts associated ? I'll guess "pile-up", but the ribbed center section looks like the segmented portion of a crayfish ... of sorts. Maybe the thorax of a trilobite ? As always .... Thanks !
  12. Iguanodon Jaw Section

    Hello all, I have a lot of unique dinosaur fossils from the Isle Of Wight (since I have a job on the island, and have been visiting there since I was of a young age) dinosaur remains are fairly abundant, however most of the time the larger more defined pieces are lost at sea or "beach rolled" (however I must admit you can get some really nice beach rolled pieces that show stunningly beautiful cell structures!). This jaw fragment if my memory serves me correctly was lying in a box in a locals garage (I believe the local passed away) the box was then given to a small museum on the island and they sorted through the fossils in there and found this. I must make clear that no fossils are passed onto private collectors if they are of any scientific value/worth, the paleontologists that run the museum are very passionate but they do understand that they cannot keep everything, and the money goes towards the upkeep of the museum and the more precious fossils that it houses. (This jaw is highly fragile and had to be treated carefully because it was starting to fall apart we all agree that it's a shame that no teeth where found within it. However if you look at the photographs you can see clearly an "impression" caused by one of the teeth before it came apart from the jaw itself that's how it was confidently ID'd as being iguanodon in origin.) Hope this is of some interest to some!
  13. Unknown Fossil Plant/tree

    More than 40 years ago I met a California desert rat who was nearing the end of his life. He took me to his storage shed and showed me an amazing collection of fossils and minerals he had found over the years. He offered me fantastic fossils at incredible prices, but I was a poor student living on macaroni and cheese. The one thing I bought was a doorstop that he said was some sort of petrified palm. It doesn't look anything like the petrified palm we find here in Texas, but I wondered if anyone had an idea of what this is:
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