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Suchomimus

Great teeth, all of them!

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Fossildude19

Gotta love hunting the Postal Formation. ;) 

Very nice acquisitions!

Regards,

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StevenJD

excellent acquisitions...thanks for showing us :trex:

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hxmendoza
1 hour ago, StevenJDennis said:

excellent acquisitions...thanks for showing us :trex:

 

@StevenJDennis thank you. My pleasure.

@Fossildude19 and @Suchomimus. Thank you. 

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hxmendoza

Here is a Triceratops nasal horn:

 

Triceratops horridus 
Nasal horn (sub adult)
Late Cretaceous 
Hell Creek Formation
Montana
USA

IMG_1972.JPG

IMG_1973.JPG

 
 
And also an Ankylosaur scute:
 
Ankylosaurus magniventris 
Dermal scute from juvenile, midline on cervical ring.
Late Cretaceous
Hell Creek Formation
Southwestern Harding County
South Dakota
USA

IMG_1978.JPG

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Fossil-Hound

@hxmendoza PM me if you're willing to do any one-on-one trades because these are gorgeous. I have a ton of trilobites from throughout the USA and a lot of Calvert Cliffs shark teeth. Excellent work you've done!

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3 minutes ago, Fossil-Hound said:

@hxmendoza PM me if you're willing to do any one-on-one trades because these are gorgeous. I have a ton of trilobites from throughout the USA and a lot of Calvert Cliffs shark teeth. Excellent work you've done!

 

Thank you Fossil-Hound. 

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*THEO*

Super teeth you got there.I especially like this Stego tooth how big it is?

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49 minutes ago, *THEO* said:

Super teeth you got there.I especially like this Stego tooth how big it is?

Thanks Theo.

It's in the back of my display case right now, but I'd say somewhere around 7.5 mm.

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bcfossilcollector

Stunning!!! Beautiful specimens!

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-Andy-

You have no idea how jealous I am right now.

 

Great acquisitions!

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Woopaul5

Awesome teeth!!! Love the stegosaurus and allosaurus. Thanks for sharing

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2 hours ago, Woopaul5 said:

Awesome teeth!!! Love the stegosaurus and allosaurus. Thanks for sharing

 

Thank you @Woopaul5

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hxmendoza

Correction to my Brachiosaurus labeling above. It's what happens when you trying to post things in a short window of time while you're busy. 

 

Should read:

 

cf. Brachiosaurus sp. 

(probably Brachiosaurus altithorax)

Late Jurassic

Morrison Formation

Como Bluff

Albany County, Wyoming 

USA

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Dracorex_hogwartsia

WOW! These are all "recent" acquisitions! I'm very impressed and very jealous. I've been trying to find a nice Stegosaurus tooth like that for over 20 years! All very nice indeed. 

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5 hours ago, Dracorex_hogwartsia said:

WOW! These are all "recent" acquisitions! I'm very impressed and very jealous. I've been trying to find a nice Stegosaurus tooth like that for over 20 years! All very nice indeed. 

 

Thank you Dracorex!

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Troodon

Very nice stuff.  That Stego tooth one of the nicer ones I've seen.

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8 hours ago, Troodon said:

Very nice stuff.  That Stego tooth one of the nicer ones I've seen.

 

Thanks Frank.

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The Speeding Carno

Really gorgeous, all of them are great! I'm especially loving that Brachiosaurus tooth! :drool:

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Biston

Beautiful teeth! Congratulations.

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Ross14

WOW! Congratulations, wonderful pieces!

I like all of them but I am really impressed by the nasal horn of triceratops as this is my favaoutite dinosaur.

Now I am waiting for my first fossils of dinosaurs, three teeth: spinosaurus, triceratops and raptor.

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hxmendoza

Thanks guys!

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Wowbnjijdat

I am really a novice dinosaur fossil collector so I have to ask, how do you get such beautiful and rare teeth?! (or is that against the rules? :ammonite01:) are they self collected or from a action website or something?

 

I am really in love with the Brachiosaurus teeth, my favorite dinosaur!! First time I see it in someone's private collection.

 

Kind regards,

 

JK

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