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Found 87 results

  1. This trilobite would be around 7" if prone. It had poor restoration done to it which I removed as best I could. There may be one or two small patches of restoration that I missed. In exchange for this trilobite I'm interested in all offers, especially high quality complete fossil fish, other high quality trilobites, and medium to big European Ammonites.
  2. I have had this drotops for a while. It measures over 5.5" long by 3 inches wide. I have looked very careful for repair and the only place it looks like it might have it is a band between the eyes and the tip of the nose. I cannot tell if it is bad prep work or repair. In exchange for this trilobite I'm interested in all offers, especially high quality complete fossil fish, other high quality trilobites, and medium to big European Ammonites.
  3. Hyracodon Skull

    Good evening I have a Hyracodon skull. Nearly complete, but does have some putty work done to the upper. Excellent teeth. I have two of these and wouldnt mind losing one. I just wanted to see what any of you had to trade of equal value. Not really looking for anything in particualar. Show me what you are willing to trade!
  4. Hello, I was wondering if anyone has any Megalodon teeth from exotic locations they would be willing to let go of for trade. I'm also interested in other species of shark teeth/fossils from rare locations. Regards, Indominus Rex.
  5. Hi everyone, I was surprised to find a few nice mongolian fossils availables for sale on a well-known website (I dont know if it is allowed to give the name of the website here). including a protoceratops skull and a tarbosaur toe with claw. I am very surpised that they take the chance to put that for sale on theyr website (especially since I think that it is a us seller) and I was wondering if everything has changed regarding the fossil legislation in Mongolia...
  6. Hey everyone, This is a long shot......I am a fan of the history of paleontology. I love when science changes over time due to more observation and knowledge. Greenops boothi and phacops rana used to be the standard names for many New York trilobites. They are now split up into Eldredgeops rana and greenops grabaui, greenops barberi and a whole new Bellacartwrightia (spelling may be off sorry) genus. I plan on going and collecting my own greenops boothi someday as I know the locality location described in literature. However the original Phacops rana is from Europe and is now called Phacops latifrons (if I’m not mistaken) and I have no way of obtaining a specimen and I don’t know if they are even available. I would love to own a piece of history if anyone has specimens of the European Phacops latifrons I have lots to trade . Thanks Al
  7. Hello everyone, I have noticed that I have almost no fossils from the Carboniferous period and would really love to add some to my collection. I have decided to start out with the Mazon creek as it had many fascinating inhabitants. I am interested in pretty much everything from there and am not looking for anything spectacular. For what I have, there are Thalassina anomala mud lobsters from Australia, Devonian fossils from New York such as trilos and brachiopods, Jurassic Ostracods from CT, a few echinoids and probably other things too.
  8. Is anybody interested in a straight up swap, some of your matrix for some of mine? Mine's from Abbey Wood, Kent, England. Eocene shark beds, so 54MYA shark, Ray, pike, occasional turtle, croc and very rarely (although I’ve found a few pieces) mammal. It’s been wet sieved, dried out, and totally unsearched! I'm not interested in any money crossing hands, just matrix for matrix. Apparently my photos are too large to be uploaded but can email photos of my finds and the matrix. Let me know if you’re interested
  9. Hi here is some fossils I’m willing to trade Here is some small crinoid stems from Belleville area ontario next is some horn coral from Ontarios side of Lake Erie from a Devonian reef next is a Madagascar ammonite with colours of pink orange and yellow from mineralization and then I have fossilized fish skin and some other cool unknown Devonian fossils from the same area the horn coral came from and all I want is just anything cool any kind of fossil I don’t have yet thanks.
  10. Hi I was wondering if any body has some theropod fossils they would like to trade ( majungasaurus, allosaurus, T. Rex ex: ) I have a lot of fossils I am willing to trade I will send you some photos later on thanks.
  11. I am super lucky to live in Central Texas where some fossils are amazingly abundant. What is in your area that you find enough of to consider trading for other areas abundance? If you are interested, I propose a trade of abundance! I will send one of each of these Cretaceous Era fossils in trade for whatever you might have! And anyone is welcome to participate in the trades! This is not just for me, y'all! I have: Ilymatogyria (Ram's Horn Oysters), Heart Urchin, Porocystis Globularis (Algae Fruit), and Tylostoma Gastropods.
  12. Hey, all! I have a surplus of Upper Ordovician (Cincinnattian series) and Silurian fossils from the Dayton area. Fossils include diverse brachiopods, horn corals, orthoconic nautiloids, and bryozoans as well as trilobite fragments. Would anyone like to trade for these fossils? If there's anything in particular that you'd like from the area that I don't already have in my collection, then I may be able to go search for it before the trade, too. If anyone expresses interest, then I'll upload images of said fossils in the next few days. Let me know!
  13. 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
  14. Hi guys. I'm looking forward to do this trade.I'm offering partial Mammoth tooth from Serbia,possibly Mammuthus primigenius tooth.I'm looking for some Miocene,Pliocene or Pleistocene mammal teeth.Let me know if someone is interested. Darko
  15. Hi everyone! It has been a while since i have been here.Mostly i have a lot of things around the Faculty to do, so i didn't have much time for fossils sadly. I want to ask if anyone is maybe maybe interested in some of my drawings? I would like to hear ya! I started collecting Pleistocene fossils,mostly mammal teeth ,so i'm looking for that. As you know, i am doing all kinds of prehistoric animals and also modern ones. If anyone is interested,let me know via PM Regards, Darko
  16. Here are some fossils which I would like to trade for upper Carboniferous fossils. I am interested in anything from the upper Carboniferous, but would also consider fossils from the Lower Carboniferous. If you have anything to trade, please let me know. I have many other fossils to trade which aren’t shown in the pictures, so if there are any fossil types you would like, please let me know and I will let you know if I have any of that fossil type to trade. Thanks, Daniel 1. Archosaur tooth, Triassic, Penarth, Wales. This may be from a Theropod dinosaur. If it is indeed from a Theropod, it is rather rare. 2. This is probably the best coral I have ever found. It is Carboniferous age, and was found on the Holderness coast, England. 3. Unidentified sp, Cretaceous, Shanklin, Isle of Wight, Uk 4. Dinosaur/reptile bone, Cretaceous, Yaverland, Isle of Wight, UK 5. Megalodon tooth- North/South Carolina
  17. 2012 Meet-up 2013 Meet-up 2014 Meet-up 2015 Meet-up 2016 Meet-up 2017 Meet-up 1 2017 Meet-up 2 2018 Meet-up The Singapore Fossils Collector recently had a Chinese New Year meet-up at the house of Han Yang, our top collector here. Here's some pics to showcase his stuff.
  18. Hey guys. I recently was thinking I have been collecting more shark teeth than dinosaur teeth and that my dinosaur teeth collection was quite poor. I would be looking to get some of the basic amateur dinosaur teeth from the USA such as Archeroraptor, Nanotyrannus,... I would be looking for quality,not size, so I would be interested in any teeth, even minuscule ones but good quality. Not really looking for partials. Also Interested in having my first dinosaur claw. I was wondering if any dinosaur collector who has these teeth would be interested in a trade, either for rare shark teeth,trilobite fossils or Dino material I have. I would also buy from them but mostly interested in a trade since I have a pretty low budget. If you are interested or have any questions or suggestions, please PM me! Thanks a lot and kind regards.
  19. Hey everyone, I'm looking to obtain a great white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) tooth by trade. These are the requirements I have: complete decent preservation (so not very badly worn) accurate location info accurate formation + age info size, position or color don't really matter to me. I'm not looking for an impressive display piece! It doesn't have to be big or very colorful or whatsoever, just a decent complete tooth. One tooth will do, so I probably won't entertain many offers after the first one, but if I haven't announced (on this thread) that a deal is made I am probably still looking. If you also have any fossil shells you want to get rid of, we can definitely include those in the deal! In exchange I have a wide array of different stuff to offer, especially in the inverts, so just tell me what interests you and I'll see what I can offer via PM if I'm interested in your tooth. Don't expect a meg or dinosaur tooth in exchange though, as I'm not looking for a super valuable gw tooth either. It will be a smaller-scale trade Take in mind that you'll have to pay shipping to the Netherlands, so check your shipping prices first! Thanks in advance! Max
  20. Here I have a few hash plates littered with ostracods all over their surfaces, they don't show up great on camera but I will also include a closeup shot of the surface. They were all found by me here in the Jurassic shales of Connecticut. I have way too many to keep even from just one batch of matrix but feel bad throwing them away. I am not looking for anything in particular just seeing if people would be interested, Thank you all, Misha.
  21. I figured I would give it a try. You all know I love my sharkteeth. There are two that I really would like to get my hands on. Otodus obliquus and a Palaeocarcharodon orientalis. I am looking for these teeth from any U.S. locations such as Purse state park or Douglas Point. I am not looking for big teeth or perfect but preferably something of good quality. If anyone out there has extras and doesn't mind letting go of one please contact me. Maybe we could make a deal. I have mostly other sharkteeth for trade but have other items as well. Dave
  22. We completed our first trade on the fossil forum recently and it was awesome. We got a great fossil and a cool new friend. I am putting up one of my Stethacanthus altonensis teeth because I want to bulk up our shark education program just a bit. It is really the only tooth we could trade that has much appeal. Here are the details on the teeth we have to offer. I actually think this one of our anvil shark teeth. This one is smaller but has the tip intact. The details Stethacanthus altonesis Delaware Creek Member-Caney Shale Formation Mississippian-Meremacian Pontotoc County, Oklahoma We can also offer some trade filler too but none of it rare or anything. PM if you want pictures of these teeth. 2 Isurus planus teeth from Sharktooth Hill Miocene 1 Ptychodus whippeli from Texas. i have no other information about the tooth. 1 Cretaceous Shark indet tooth from New Jersey ( I think). Scapnorhynchus was the leading opinion when it put it on the TFF for ID. It was not a unanimous opinion though. We are looking for specific things to fill in our education presentation about sharks. Astercanthus teeth and spine. Any Hybodont shark would work but in a perfect world we find an Astercanthus sp. Caseodus tooth Campodus tooth Cardabiodon tooth Feel free to say hello if you are interested. In pic 3, the trade tooth is on the right.
  23. We had an awesome item show up in our mail box today, an Edmontosaurus jaw fragment. It is the product of our first trade on TFF and it is really the first dinosaur piece we have that is not a tooth. We traded an extra dinosaur tooth for it. A Hell Creek for Hell Creek swap. Thank you @Captcrunch227 for an awesome trade and for being a great trade partner. We are super happy with the process and the end result. The mail brought another pleasant surprise. Our Acheroraptor tooth arrived. It is a beautiful tooth and a great addition. As if our day was not busy enough, we secured ourselves an Ankylosaurus tooth from Judith River and it is not a nodosaur. Right tooth from the right formation. I am not saying it is a tooth from Zuul at all but it gives us a chance to tell the kiddos that it MIGHT be . I think Zuul is the perfect species to discuss armored dinos that a lot of kids will recognize but also I am super fired about it. All and all, a pretty fantastic day off from work for me lol
  24. Hi guys! I'm looking to find a normal Cave Hyena tooth for trade.If anyone does have one for the trade send me Pm Thanks! Darko
  25. Hi! I would like to trade these Nerinea snails,they were found in Valjevo,Western Serbia. They are from the Jurassic period.If anyone is interested send PM! In return i would like to trade these for teeth mostly,but if not other fossils are possible too Kind regards, Darko
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