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Masp

Listed as stegosaur From Weymouth, England and would like to know if ID is correct. These are the only pictures provided. 

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Masp

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jpc

I am only familiar with stego dorsals... this is not one.

 

 

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Troodon

Also dont known but looks more marine than dino...

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caterpillar

Marine reptile

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Masp

Oh well was worth a shot, I figured as much since most of the seller’s ID’s were way off. Thanks for the help guys. 

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facehugger

About to say, reminds me of an ichthyosaur...

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fossils-uk

More than likely pliosaurian although some stegosaurian (And other dinosaurian/terrestrial) material and vertebrae have been found in this location too which really doesn’t help the situation as it’s very difficult to tell them apart. 

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RuMert

Looks like a worn plesiosaur. Ichthyosaurs are more concave

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