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caldigger
58 minutes ago, hxmendoza said:

Edmontosaurus annectens tooth row battery

 

Edmontosaurus annectens

 

Late Cretaceous 

Hell Creek Formation

Fallon County, Montana

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So every time I've seen Edmontosaurus teeth being sold, it's been just the crown? I have never seen one with roots. I always thought that was all there was to the tooth. Interesting, thank you for showing.

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JohnBrewer
On 11/02/2018 at 3:28 PM, hxmendoza said:

Edmontosaurus annectens tooth row battery

 

Edmontosaurus annectens

 

Late Cretaceous 

Hell Creek Formation

Fallon County, Montana

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That is absolutely stunning Henry :envy:

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ynot

The tooth battery is a nice and unique addition to Your collection.

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Tidgy's Dad
On 2/11/2018 at 3:49 PM, hxmendoza said:

Gargoyleosaurus parkpinorum pes ungual

 

Nice Polacanthid Ankylosaur ungual that was found 7/1/2002 at the Simon Quarry. Several known elements of Gargoyleosaurus have come out of that quarry, including a beautiful sacrum that was described by Carpenter and Simon.

 

 

Gargoyleosaurus parkpinorum

 

Late Jurassic

Morrison Formation

Red Canyon Ranch

Shell, Wyoming

Big Horn County, Wyoming

 

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I love this! :wub:

And, of course, the Name is marvelous. 

And the Edmontodsaurus tooth is out of this world! 

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Troodon

Henry

That battery is cool.  Hard enough to get a single or a double but a three pack nice, you don't see very many.  The Gargoyleosaurus ungual is super never seen one, very very cool.  I doubt there are very many around. Great pickups,  congrat.

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hxmendoza
4 hours ago, Troodon said:

Henry

That battery is cool.  Hard enough to get a single or a double but a three pack nice, you don't see very many.  The Gargoyleosaurus ungual is super never seen one, very very cool.  I doubt there are very many around. Great pickups,  congrat.

 

Thank you Frank!

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wzoune

Nice :envy:

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Troodon

:dinothumb:nice pickup

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Bobby Rico

Beautiful tooth   :envy:

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ynot
3 hours ago, hxmendoza said:

Just received my Atrociraptor tooth:

That is a nice acquisition!

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-Andy-

What a pristine specimen!

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doushantuo

that's a hair's breadth away form galactic/stellar

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hxmendoza
15 minutes ago, doushantuo said:

that's a hair's breadth away form galactic/stellar

 

Thanks. I was pretty fortunate to get such a pristine tooth. 

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doushantuo

from Currie et al:

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hxmendoza
2 hours ago, doushantuo said:

from Currie et al:

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Yep. I have the book the paper is published in. Tooth is a perfect match.

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Tidgy's Dad

A really beautiful tooth! :wub:

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Troodon

Nice, I hope we see a paper that describes this morphology sooner than later.   If its anything other than a Dromaeosaurid I give up.  Its classic.

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Tidgy's Dad

Stunning tooth! :)

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hxmendoza
15 minutes ago, Troodon said:

Nice, I hope we see a paper that describes this morphology sooner than later.   If its anything other than a Dromaeosaurid I give up.  Its classic.

 

I know, right?!

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