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  1. 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.
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. This question is directed at those of us who do buy fossils. Would you buy fossils from China? Legally, it seems questionable. They are highly available, which makes me wonder what is going on.
  6. I have a ton of belemnites lying around, the picture does not include all of them, just a few examples of what I have, there are probably around three more batches like this I just have not found them yet, (I will post pictures when they are found). Since these are not too spectacular I am also not looking for anything serious but if anyone is interested please contact me through this or PM.
  7. Dinosaur Teeth Trading

    Hey everyone, For anyone who has dinosaur teeth and wants to trade for them. If you are interested, then please respond and put what type of dinosaur tooth you would trade for. If I am interested, I will respond and tell you what I will trade for it. If you accept, then the trade goes on. Let’s see who wants to trade! Thanks! - FossilsandScience
  8. Here is another 3D prepared Portunus monspeliensis that I'd like to trade. Size of the crab is around 9cm in a 13×13 nodule. I'm looking for: prepped/unprepped complete/incomplete crabs White River material English ammonites (Lyme Regis/ Charmouth and Somerset) USA trilobites USA dinosaur material Triassic ammonites Anything that you think is cool
  9. Looking to trade paleozoic invertebrates from North America for good Waldron Shale material. I have a good selection of prepared trilobites, crinoids, brachiopods, etc..specimens for exchange. species@columbus.rr.com.
  10. Hey everybody, For a school project I'm looking for a ton of mini belemnites (2-4cm things). Quite urgent I would be able to trade for shark teeth, Moroccan dino teeth, trilo's, .. or else buy them. Would any of you have some to trade? Best regards and thanks!
  11. Hi everyone! I'm doing Paleoart as you know,so I'm willing to trade for my drawings.I'm interested in all kinds of fossils...I would rather fossil trade with my own fossils,but now I'm having problems with sending them to another country ( I have trade successfully with them earlier).And now I'm trying to solve that problem and It takes time.Because of that i have drawings and i can send them easily.I'm doing all kinds of prehistoric animals as u know. If anyone is interested,feel free to send me a message Thanks
  12. Here is a double (almost) concrection of Portunus monspelliensis (old name: Neptunus granulatus) from the Miocene of Bosa. The left claw is crushed as you can see, don't know if because of a predation. Tips of the pinchers are restored. Sorry for the bad quality pictures, if required I will try to make better. Anyway I'm mostly looking for other prepped/unprepped crabs, but any cool fossil could interest me. If you have any crab for trade but you aren't interested in that just let me know, we could find an agree in other ways. Thanks
  13. Is there any fellow fossil addict here that could help me to: Aligator skin plate (thats called a scute, right? ) Larger Ray dental plate No need for mint/ spectacular pieces, recognisable will do. Got some trilobite bits & bobs for trade Cheers Pat
  14. Fossils for trade

    Different fossils available for exchange. I'm looking in return for any kind of fossil that I do not already have in my collection.
  15. Hello, I have a box with trilobites from Czech Republic, cambrium .Here are some pictures, if anyone is in for a trade, send me a pm please Postage from Belgium
  16. Mazon Creek Nodules

    I recently bought a few collections/accumulations of Mazon Creek fossils. One of them seems to have been a collection of all fauna. After sorting out all the pecopteris ferns and such, I am left with a pile of what seems to be mostly fauna. I am not very familiar with them and don't have very much time right now to figure out the classifications. So I thought maybe someone here would like to work out some sort of trade in exchange for ID'ing these nodules for me? There are shrimp, worms, maybe a few more unusual plants, and stuff I have no idea on. I think I have about 50 nodules. PM me if you are interested, thanks!
  17. I wasn’t sure where to put this so our keepers may need to move thisnif it’s in the wrong spot. I have a Harbor Freight blast cabinet that I don’t need. It is less than a year old. I just needed something flat for my microscope. This works well with magnifying lamps and head worn magnifiers. It is worth $100 and I’d be interested in trading for a nice ammonite if anyone is interested. PM me if you want to discuss. I’m in Dallas, TX so local pick up is best but I can ship it if needed.
  18. A while back, I received a package from our good friend Adam, better known as @Tidgy's Dad. In said package was a small plastic dinosaur that had apparently been gifted to him by none other than @JohnBrewer. This means that this little fella had started his journey in England, made his way to Morocco, and had since travelled to the United States. It was decided after careful consideration that his name was to be Gorgeous George the Globetrotting Gorgosaurus. Now he is traveling the globe spreading joy and cheer to members of TFF! If you are fortunate enough to play host to Gorgeous George, here are the rules: 1. George must be photographed in his host's collection. 2. He must then be sent to an unsuspecting TFF-er along with any trade. (You can't notify the recipient that they are getting him, he must be an unannounced visitor!) 3. He should be accompanied by a note in case the recipient is not familiar with proper Globetrotting Gorgosaurus procedure. 4. In order to increase the odds of surprising his new host, his visit photo should be uploaded only AFTER he has been received at his new temporary home. *NOTE: The hope is that in addition to having fun, this will also give members the chance to share their collections and have their prizes be seen. That being said, he must be photographed with his host collection. This does not mean that he cannot also take field trips to collecting sites and other landmarks and be photographed there as well! (Thank you to @DPS Ammonite for the suggestions!) Let's see how many miles we can put on this little plastic dino! Don't forget to have fun!
  19. Hi I'm looking for dorocidaris spines, can anyone help me?
  20. Hello, all. I am putting out the word that I am looking for basically any material that is not already on this list. If you have partials or completes, or even recognizable bits of any trilobite not on this list, I'm hoping to help clear out some space for you by taking them off your hands, lol! Just shoot me a message if you have something you're looking to part with and we will figure something out if possible! If there is just a genus listed with no specific species, then I can't ID what it is based off of what is present and wouldn't mind having a better representation anyway. Thank you all in advance! Amphyxina bellatula Ampyx priscus Arctinurus boltoni Asaphellus sp. Asaphus cornutus Asaphus expansus Bellacartwrightia sp. Bolaspidellus housensis Brachyaspis microps Breviscutellum sp. Bristola harringtoni Bumastus sp. Calymene celebra Calymene niagarensis Colpocoryphe cf. rouaulti Colpocoryphe grandis Coltraenia oufatenensis Cornuproetus cornutus Coronocephalus sp. Cyphaspis carrolli Cyphaspis sp. Dalmanites limulurus Dechenella burmeisteri Declivolithus titan Diacalymene sp. Dicranurus hamatus Dipleura dekayi Drotops armatus Ectillaenus giganteus Eldredgeia venustus Eldredgeops rana Elrathia kingi Encrinurus punctatus Estoniops exilis Flexicalymene meeki Flexicalymene ouzregui Flexicalymene retrorsa Gerastos marocensis Glyptambon sp. Greenops barberi Greenops widderensis Harpidae sp. Harpes sp. Homoteuls sp. Hoplolichoides conicotuberculatus Huntoniatonia huntonensis Huntoniatonia lingulifer Isotelus maximus Itagnostus interstricta Kainops invius Kainops raymondi Kettneraspis williamsi Koneprusites sp. Leonaspis sp. Lochovella deckeri Lonchodomas mcgheehei Megapalaeolenus deprati Ogygopis typicalis Olenellus gilberti Onnia superba Paciphacops campbelli Paralejurus dormitzieri Paralejurus sp. Protolenus sp. Pseudodechenella rowi Pseudogygites latimarginatus Reraspis plautini Symphysops sp. Termierella sp. Thysanopeltis sp. Trimerus delphinocephalus Walliserops trifurcatus
  21. Hello everyone. I am looking for Silurian to Devonian fossils, preferably vertebrates and especially placoderms or trilobites. I am willing to trade shark teeth like Megalodons etc.... I also have ammonites and 2 crocodile teeth from Kem Kem, and a nice serrated Abelisaurid indet tooth. Some nice Kem Kem material as well. PM me if you are interested and I will send you photos of what I am offering to trade. (P.S. I am not looking for anything amazing as what I am offering is not amazing, I am looking for something of about the same value.) Best regards, indominus rex
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