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Found 21 results

  1. Lines on therapod tooth

    Does anyone know what these lines are on this tooth from the Lourhina, Portugal and do they help in ID?
  2. Which is of highest quality?

    I recently saw these teeth for sale online. Which of these in everyone’s opinion is of highest quality and easiest to ID? And which are your favourites? Also am I correct when I say the lines on the second tooth are seen in some ceratosaurus teeth? These teeth are from the Lourhina of Portugal.
  3. Portuguese teeth

    A forum member recently offered these teeth. One as partial torvosaurus or megalosaurid and the second as dromaeosaur. How rare are they and what is the exact ID if possible?
  4. Therapod teeth from the Lourhina

    Could someone please ID these therapod teeth from the Lourhina formation? All are kimmeridgian and around 2cm. No. 2 is described as allosaurid, lourhinasaurus?
  5. This is being sold as a UK therapod metarsal from the Wadhurst clay formation, Hastings. Does anyone know what dinosaur it could be from?
  6. Therapod claw from UK

    I recently saw this claw labelled as therapod 4.9cm and Jurassic. From saltwick bay, Whitby, UK. Does anyone know what it could be or if it could just be an interestingly shaped rock?
  7. Does anyone know a good website or auction site where I can get a nice rare therapod claw? Also, how does this albertonykus borealis claw look? I heard the alvelarazsaurids are very rare. It is described as this
  8. How does this therapod claw look?

    I saw this therapod claw for sale from the Tegana formation, Morocco. Does any one know what it could be and if it could be a juvenile?
  9. Therapod claw from Faoux, France

    Recently I saw this therapod claw for sale from Faoux, France. It is described as early Cretaceous and 0.2 inches. Does anyone know what it could be? Also, the strange red stuff inside looks a bit suspicious.
  10. A while back, a friend told me that therapod claws get rarer after the size passes under a certain limitation. Is this true or only for certain species?
  11. Does anyone know where I can find a therapod hand claw or a raptor killer foot claw for sale?
  12. "Food" for thought. Happy Thanksgiving! LINK
  13. Aguja teeth or claws?

    I found these sorting through some Aguja formation from West Texas, late Cretaceous, matrix. I am not sure if they are teeth or claws. I think that the middle tooth may be a croc, but not sure. The hash marks are 1mm. Any ideas?
  14. Teeth from Aguja formation

    I obtained some matrix from the Aguja formation, which is late Cretaceous, from Brewster, County, Texas. I have been finding all kinds of good stuff, but will start with the following. The first two pics are from what I believe to be a therapod - maybe Tyranasaurid? There are approx. 5 serrations per mm. The next two are of an unidentified tooth. The last is a group photo of what may be Champsosaurus teeth? The hash marks are 1mm. Any ideas?
  15. Anyone know where I can buy a Carnotaurus Tooth? (Or bone in general)
  16. Lance Creek Crocs and Therapod?

    I received some matrix from the Lance Creek Formation, Late Maastrichtian, Wyoming, which shares much fauna with the Hell Creek formation. I have found what I think are 4 croc teeth and what I hope is a therapod tooth (piece). The serrations on the therapod (hopefully) tooth is about 5/mm on the basal side and much finer on the other. The picture doesn't show the finer serrations well, but you can feel them by running your fingernail across it. The hash marks are 1mm. Am I right on any of this?
  17. Morrocan theropod tooth

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Bought online labeled Deltadromeus agilis.
  18. Moroccan theropod tooth section

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    This is a tooth section from morroco, bought online with some other tooth fragments.
  19. Small Moroccan theropod tooth

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Small Moroccan theropod tooth from morrocco purchased online. Labeled dromeosaur.
  20. Large Moroccan theropod tooth

    From the album WhodamanHD's Fossil collection.

    Large theropod tooth from Moroccan purchased online. Labeled carcharodontaurus.
  21. Any ID help or confirmation greatly appreciated. 1 mile north of Robin Hoods Bay.
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