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joeride95
The tooth comes from the Judith river formation. It is 2.65 inches long.
Could you tell me if it is a Daspletosaurus or Gorgosaurus?

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There are currently no tyrannosaur species described from the JRF.

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I agree its a beautiful maxillary tooth.  Do you have a locality of where its from ? State and County/Town to insure its JRF

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joeride95

My salesperson told me the tooth was found in Powder River County, Montana.

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Well that's not Judith River Formation why its important to verify and know what the locality is where it was found.  Powder River County is Hell Creek Formation and that would make this tooth T- rex. 

 

Please reconfirm that locality.

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joeride95

I finally managed to get the right information. The tooth was found Judith river formation in Montana near hill county.

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Ok that makes more sense.  Then its an Indeterminate Tyrannosaurid.

Hopefully its correct this time. 

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Abstraktum

I just want to add that this is one of the most beautiful teeth from JRF I ever saw :)

 

If this is in your possession, congratulation on that tooth! 

 

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joeride95

Yes, the information is right and yes It is in my possession. Thank you all ! :thumbsu:

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