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  1. Looking for ID help.

    Hello! We took a short trip to Summerville yesterday & had a good haul. This is the item we are most interested in knowing more about if anyone can help. Thanks!
  2. Good time at the North Sulphur River in Ladonia, Texas this weekend. Here are some of the things we found! I’m curious about the gray ammonite (bottom right). I’ve attached a few photos at the end (first two photos) to see if any of you know what the black line is running through it at the bottom. It reminds me of the vein in a shrimp!
  3. shark teeth

    I think this is a shark due to the multiple rows of teeth but that's all I got they are really small maybe belong to a juvenile the fossil is about 1.5 inches
  4. Crocodile jaw

    i don't know much at all about Cretaceous crocodiles other than there were a ton of them. From what I hear, so many it's difficult to ID even if you have a good amount of an animals fossils, unless it's one of the number of very unique looking species that have a clear signiture. Sadly I'm guessing this fits into the former;difficult/near impossible to ID from just this. *Its a Cretaceous species, from the second phosphatic layer of the phosphate mines in the suburb of Khouribga, Morocco.
  5. Mosasaur teeth identification

    Hi! Any help I can get with identifying these mosasaur teeth would be much appreciated , or if someone can provide me with some good links/pictures on how to identify them. They are all from Khouribga phosphate mines. They are small teeth ( 20-30 mm) and not in top notch condition but still it would be fun to know what kind of species they belong to. I´ve numbered the teeth to make it easier to describe what tooth your talking about. Thanks/Patrik
  6. China teeth fossil

    I want to know fossil ID it from guangdong, China i want to know this species of fossil Size: 5cm
  7. Hi Everyone, I suddenly have a work trip to the Black Hills of South Dakota coming up next week and I'd like to get out and collect some fossils along the way. I'm driving from Denver to Lead, SD and will be driving north on HW 85 and 18 through Newcastle. I'd be really happy to get a few stops in along the way and any potential information would really be great. Unfortunately, I won't have a ton of time to be able to stop and really dig, so some road cuts or target formations would be super helpful for surface collecting. I'm open to every type of fossil. I know there's a lot of fossils in that section of the state so I'm looking forward to hopefully finding some decent stuff! Thanks! Caleb
  8. Hi, I've been finding a bunch of small teeth lately on the Potomac, but now I want a chance to find the BIG ones! I have a small window of time on Saturday morning to go for a hunt. I am trying to decide between Calvert Cliffs State Park beach or around Cove Point. I will be arriving to the area around 5:30 AM and will be able to hunt for about 3 hours. What do you all suggest? Thanks!
  9. Possibility of Getting Abelisauridae Fossils

    My favorite dinosaur is the Carnotaurus (hence the name) and I would love to have a fossil of one but I am aware that they are nearly impossible to come by. I was wondering if any of it’s relatives fossils are more common or easier to obtain. Thanks in advance!
  10. China(may be) teeth fossil

    I want to know fossil ID it from guangdong, China i want to know this species of fossil
  11. Hi everyone, I moved to Clearwater a while ago but I work right between Bradenton and Sarasota. I’d like to start doing some little creek hunts or similar after work but I have been having trouble finding good locations. If you can help point me in a the right direction I would really appreciate it. Or, if you are local and would like to join me that would be great as well! Thanks in advance
  12. Moroccan Eocene shark teeth

    Hiya I got a bunch of Eocene shark teeth from Khouribga, Morocco and I've tried a tentative ID using the highly scientific tool of Google, but I'd like your opinions. The scale is in centimeters. First photo: Odontaspis sp. (substriata?), anterior to the left, lateral to the right Second photo: Striatolamna sp. (macrota?) Thanks in advance
  13. Hello everybody, as I mentioned in my Welcome Topic, I'm new to this whole topic but would like to start my own little fossile collection. In Europe (I live in Germany) there are a lot of sellers with teeth and bones from KemKem / Morocco since it's just over the mediterranean sea. So i thought that it would be the easiest way to start with the most generic fossils out there. Here are some teeth and a vertebra from Carchaodontosaurus and Spinosaurus that look interessting to me. Every item is described as not repaired or fabricated. With some of them I'm really not sure. They are from different sellers. I can't provide any more or better pictures. These are the only pictures available. Pictures are all from the different sellers. I cut away their names. Thank you so much for any information and help you can give me. Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #1, length 2.44 in Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #2, length 1.85 in Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #3, length 1.67 in Carcharodontosaurus Tooth #4, length 1.77 in Spinosaurus Tooth #1, length 3.10 in Spinosaurus Tooth #2, length 3.94 in Spinosaurid Vertebra, length 2.83 in I'm really not sure what to think about this one. Can anyone really tell if this is from a Spinosaurid or is it just some unidentified bone?
  14. Help I'D these from Big Brook, NJ

    I have some items that I cxant identify. Can anyone tell me what they might be?
  15. Spinosaurus teeth so far...

    So far I have only 2 Spinosaurus teeth in my collection. Their not very impressive by the fact that they’re small with lots of feeding wear on their tips. Hopefully, I can collect more impressive specimens in the future. I added a drawing of the animal to give you a sense of what it looks like. This drawing is also on my Deviantart gallery. One thing I have is that the tooth on the left feels to me more crocodilian like in appearance.
  16. I have a few different fossils I was hoping to get some help identifying. I’m brand new to collecting/hunting for fossils. If any other pictures are needed I’ll try to get the best ones possible!! These first teeth I found in Naples, Florida. I came across them by a river there. The second set of pictures is from the Montour Preserve in Danville, Pa.
  17. Dimetrodon tiny teeth

    What is the deal with dimetrodon teeth??? I see them for sale regularly, but they're always MICRO! I even see some still teeny tiny labeled as "large" and "huge"? Even the super rare and expensive ones I've only ever seen a few of, are still less than an inch. Same with claws. I KNOW they have much bigger teeth, and claws, so why are practically dust particle size teeth&claws the only ones found? I know there's many dimetrodon species, but most of them are decent size. At LEAST big enough that even large juveniles should have notably larger parts. Ive never read anything that said that babies/newborns are almost all that's ever found. In fact(this just crossed my mind as im typing) I see sail sections regularly, that all clearly come from adult sized animals. I don't think Ive ever even SEEN small or baby sized sail fragments that come from animals anywhere near as small as all the teeth Ive ever seen. those smaller teeth in these pics may look small in those giant heads, and many pics make them appear smaller cause it's from a side view and the jaw obstructs the lower part of the back teeth from the side. The super rare and expensive teeth Ive seen only a few times ever, were comparable to the smallest teeth in those pictures. And the average size teeth and claws I see are literally fractions of a centimeter. The bottom picture is the average claw size that I see all the time--those dishes are 1.25"!!!!!! in fact, teeth and claws are in those vials of micro-fossils from sifted site debris. whats going on with my 'metros???
  18. Hello everyone, Haven't seen enough of these “show us” threads lately, and I don’t want to walk to a museum, so I started this thread! I want to see the rarest shark teeth in your collection! It doesn’t have to be self collected, just have to have it. Please include a photo or a few and a measurement or a scale and a description. I’m expecting great things out of this thread!
  19. Small teeth, Dorset, ID help.

    This is very tiny stuff from Durlston Bay, on Dorsets Jurassic coast. I think that I have some teeth, but are they fish or reptile? Can anyone identify the larger plate at the top of the first picture? All contributions welcome.
  20. In St George Utah a massive dinosaur track was discovered (and actually is probably all over the entire city). But the focus today is not on the spectacular tracks but the teeth. They had a few on display but I was told they found a lot, enough for a cabinet full. This is Early Jurassic. Here are a few example of a dilophosaurid type dinosaur Here is an example of smaller theropod.
  21. Albian Vertebrates

    A few years back I was collecting in the Lower Member of the Glen Rose Formation. That's lower Albian in age. The sediments are shallow marine limestones and clays. Shark and other types of fish teeth are not common but do show up. I also have various bits of turtle bone. Attached are two pictures showing some of the more common teeth which I have references for and will be able to identify with no problem. With them is a small vertebra and that is what I want some help with. I look forward to your responses.
  22. the Most complete skull I’ve found to date. Both bottom mandibles seem to have all of the teeth and possibly only missing 2 premolars out of the top. Skull looks to be all there and possibly some other bones judging from some broken cross sections but who knows! I’ll upload more photos in the comments. The rock is 45.5 cm long 36cm wide the skull measures 26cm I’ll continue work progress as time goes she may take a while!
  23. Megalodon halves

    Had a “small” care package dropped off from a friend in S.C. for a project this past weekend. Its amazing to see what a junk bucket contains from the low country area lol
  24. Heterodontus cainozoicus

    Port Jackson Shark crushing tooth collected from Beaumaris, Victoria. The first I have ever collected.
  25. Hello. Shopping day. Want know about teeth - they real, and correct ID. Rebbachisaurus garasbae: Morocco Raptor: Morocco