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3 hours ago, StevenJD said:

Thought I would share some of my Acrocanthosaurus tracks in my collection from Texas.  These are from the Glen Rose Formation.  Anyone who has dino tracks, please feel free to post them here on this thread too...would love to see them! 

 

 

The associated pair are big...both over 20 inches long.  

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Amazing Footprints!! Would love to see your Acrocanthosaurus footprints!!

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StevenJD
2 hours ago, Bobby Rico said:

Nice specimens thank you for sharing. 
 

Ornithopod Juvenile Herbivorou's Dinosaur Footcast  from Wealden , Sussex. U.K. 

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I was hoping someone would post their Wealden footcasts.  Nice one, thanks for sharing 

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StevenJD
2 hours ago, dinosaur man said:

Amazing Footprints!! Would love to see your Acrocanthosaurus footprints!!

Thank you!

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dinosaur man
Just now, StevenJD said:

Thank you!

Your welcome!! I will post some of my possible footprint later. 

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Bobby Rico
19 hours ago, StevenJD said:

  Nice one, thanks for sharing 

Your welcome 

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Bobby Rico
14 minutes ago, snolly50 said:

Tracks, these are all East Coast, USA...

Really nice tracks Snolly  :ighappy:

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StevenJD
On 2/10/2020 at 4:18 PM, snolly50 said:

Tracks, these are all East Coast, USA...

 

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Great tracks Snolly, thanks for sharing. :dinothumb:

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snolly50

Why do English teachers hate that last plate?

 

 

 

It's a double negative! :D

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-Andy-

Amazing! Acrocanthosaurus fossils are hard as heck to get a hold of!

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Bobby Rico
On 09/02/2020 at 7:16 PM, StevenJD said:

The associated pair are big...both over 20 inches long.  

They are a wonderful set . Very cool 

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On 5/13/2020 at 9:13 PM, -Andy- said:

Amazing! Acrocanthosaurus fossils are hard as heck to get a hold of!

Thanks Andy! 

 

On 5/14/2020 at 12:39 AM, Bobby Rico said:

They are a wonderful set . Very cool 

Thank you! 

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Troodon

Had not seen this very cool.  Acro tracks pretty rare from Texas.  Nice addition to your collection 

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FF7_Yuffie

Wow! Amazing tracks. I love Acro and din't even know prints of them had been found. I'm jealous haha.

I'm a trace fossil fan too. Mine are in England (I'm in Taiwan) so I can't take pictures of mine, but I've got a good neovenator print, 2 iguandon, a very large polacanthus,  some pterosaur tracks from France, an unidentified UK theropod and a possible Mantellisaurus. I'll keep this thread in mine and post them when I manage to get back to the motherland.

I'm a footprint fan. Along with teeth, my favorite kind of fossil. There's just something so cool about owning something that you know a dinosaur was once standing.

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BentonlWalters

I've posted pictures of this one elsewhere also but here's my Aalenian therapod footprint from Whitby UK.5ebea711ab701_footprintextracted(lowres).thumb.JPG.8d839c3bd29efba0ac6d00963caaacb4.JPG

 

There are some interesting parallel striations on the right side of the central toe. I'm hoping they're drag marks but I don't know.

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I hope you enjoy,

Benton

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StevenJD
On 5/15/2020 at 7:16 AM, Troodon said:

Had not seen this very cool.  Acro tracks pretty rare from Texas.  Nice addition to your collection 

Thanks Frank.  Yeah these are not seen too often.  

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StevenJD
On 5/15/2020 at 8:43 AM, FF7_Yuffie said:

Wow! Amazing tracks. I love Acro and din't even know prints of them had been found. I'm jealous haha.

I'm a trace fossil fan too. Mine are in England (I'm in Taiwan) so I can't take pictures of mine, but I've got a good neovenator print, 2 iguandon, a very large polacanthus,  some pterosaur tracks from France, an unidentified UK theropod and a possible Mantellisaurus. I'll keep this thread in mine and post them when I manage to get back to the motherland.

I'm a footprint fan. Along with teeth, my favorite kind of fossil. There's just something so cool about owning something that you know a dinosaur was once standing.

Thanks.  Sounds like you have some great tracks in your collection...would to see them when you get the chance :dinothumb:

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On 5/15/2020 at 10:34 AM, BentonlWalters said:

I've posted pictures of this one elsewhere also but here's my Aalenian therapod footprint from Whitby UK.

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There are some interesting parallel striations on the right side of the central toe. I'm hoping they're drag marks but I don't know.

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I hope you enjoy,

Benton

Thanks for posting this one Benton, very nice.  I love seeing these cool UK tracks! 

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TOM BUCKLEY

Grallator tracks. Rocky Hill, CT, Early Jurassic.

 

Tom

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On 5/19/2020 at 9:50 AM, TOM BUCKLEY said:

Grallator tracks. Rocky Hill, CT, Early Jurassic.

 

Tom

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Nice Grallator tracks Tom.  Personal find? 

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TOM BUCKLEY

Thanks Steven. No, they were a purchase. I never got the chance to hunt for tracks and now that I'm down in Florida I fear that ship has sailed. I seems that most of the tracks in CT, Mass. NY, and NJ are Grallator. There must have been a slew of those buggers in the area.

 

Tom

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