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Thescelosaurus assortment


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Hello, a set of Thescelosaur bones --radius and phalanges and ungual that I am interested in. From Montana USA.  Not all from same specimen (except the phalanges).

 

Anyone think it all looks ok, or see any red flags?

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Looks fine to me though there’s probably some repair on the last one. More photos might help :).

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Its a MESS

 

First bone looks like a hadrosaur hand bone.   Definitely not Thesc.

 

Need to see more angles on the toe bones but the lower one looks like a hadrosaur.  More pictures on both of them but NOT associated. Other bone might be Thesc.

 

Last long bone looks more like a theropod again more pictures

 

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5 hours ago, Troodon said:

Its a MESS

 

First bone looks like a hadrosaur hand bone.   Definitely not Thesc.

 

Need to see more angles on the toe bones but the lower one looks like a hadrosaur.  More pictures on both of them but NOT associated. Other bone might be Thesc.

 

Last long bone looks more like a theropod again more pictures

 

 

Wow. Ok, they're been sold as a big set of mixed Thesch bones. All from different animals other than, supposedly, the two phalanges.

 

I'll try and get some closer pics. 

 

 

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Ha ha that vertebrae string is primarily Champosaurus and Croc might have a couple of dinosaurian in it.  The bones I thought were hadrosaur are indeed that based on your latest photos.

 

 

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9 minutes ago, Troodon said:

Ha ha that vertebrae string is primarily Champosaurus and Croc might have a couple of dinosaurian in it.  The bones I thought were hadrosaur are indeed that based on your latest photos.

 

 

 

Cheers. Good thing I check on here haha.

 

I'll run long and hard from that.

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