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LordTrilobite

Show us you fingers and toes!

Complete hands and feet are of course welcome too.

 

I'll start with photogrammetry scans I made. Some new, as well as some old ones.

 

Indeterminate Hadrosaur phalanx from the Campanian of Judith River.

 
And here's a mammal for good measure. A woolly rhino metacarpal and phalanx from the North Sea.

 

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Harry Pristis

Phalanges AND metapodials?  What fun!

 

Recognize this one?

 

 

 

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Bobby Rico

Cave hyena Crocuta foot bones.

These were found Tornewton cave in Devon uk, probably back in the 1950s. 

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Tidgy's Dad
51 minutes ago, Bobby Rico said:

Cave hyena Crocuta foot bones.

These were found Tornewton cave in Devon uk, probably back in the 1950s. 

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I think they're probably a bit older than that. ;)

Nice bones! :)

 

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Bobby Rico
54 minutes ago, Tidgy's Dad said:

Nice old box and label I got the bones in too

 

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ynot

Allodesmus kernensis 

From Boesse .... "This is a proximal manual phalanx of Allodesmus kernensis from digit 1 (thumb). "

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From the Round mountain silt (sharktooth hill)

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Bone Daddy

Here are some digits from the Peace River, Florida. Bone Valley Formation. Hardee County.

 

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ynot
11 minutes ago, Bone Daddy said:

some digits from the Peace River,

Any idea which animals they came from?

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Nimravis

Here are a few pics of some of my Oligocene White River (Fingers-Toes).

 

Oreodont Phalanges and Pes / Manus

 

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Oreodont distal metatarsals / metacarpals 

 

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Nimravis

Most likely Rhino distal metatarsals / metacarpals

 

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Oreodont phalanges and pes / manus (Top Row)

 

Second row #2 & 3 Rhino pes / manus   Others possibly Rhino / oreodont

 

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Rhino phalanges

 

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Hoplophoneus claw core

 

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Nimravis

Oreodont metatarsals / metacarpals and claws on other side.

 

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LordTrilobite

Those are some lovely specimens you all have. Thanks for sharing! :dinothumb:

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Brittle Star

Hi,

 

Here are three that I have found.

Anoplotherium - left fourth metatarsal bone. I.O.W

Hippo toe bone also from I.O.W west

Croc toe bone from I.O.W. west

Croc toe bone from Thorness Bay I.O.W

 

 

left fourth metatarsal of a large Anoplotherium 4.jpg

hippo toe bone 1a.jpg

Croc toe bone.jpg

THNE-001B Crocodile Toe Bone.jpg

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Harry Pristis

 

 

More:

 

 

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JohnBrewer

What a great idea for a thread Olof. I have a box of Kem Kem bits. No doubt some a toes. I’ll have to put in the ID section before I can post here tho. :)

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Troodon

Here is a composite Thescelosaurus foot that still under construction but happy to add it to your thread.  It's arourd 12"  (30cm) Long. I have the rest of the leg to go with it but it needs to be mounted.

 

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Nimravis
2 hours ago, Troodon said:

Here is a composite Thescelosaurus foot that still under construction but happy to add it to your thread.  It's arourd 12"  (30cm) Long. I have the rest of the leg to go with it but it needs to be mounted.

 

Foot1.thumb.jpg.92a1c16a8c282a4fe125b3e58c4ba992.jpg

Wow Frank, that is beautiful.

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Bone Daddy
23 hours ago, ynot said:

Any idea which animals they came from?

I don't recall at the moment. Forum members here helped me ID them, but now I can't remember exactly what they are. I do remember that there is at least two species there.

 

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ynot
6 minutes ago, Bone Daddy said:

I don't recall at the moment. Forum members here helped me ID them, but now I can't remember exactly what they are. I do remember that there is at least two species there.

 

You can always go to Your profile page and do a "see My activities" search to find those threads.

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Bobby Rico
10 hours ago, Troodon said:

Here is a composite Thescelosaurus foot that still under construction but happy to add it to your thread.  It's arourd 12"  (30cm) Long. I have the rest of the leg to go with it but it needs to be mounted.

 

Foot1.thumb.jpg.92a1c16a8c282a4fe125b3e58c4ba992.jpg

Wow amazing, stunning. :) just an idea add it to lot F for a sweetener.  Thanks for showing us.

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JohnBrewer
23 hours ago, Troodon said:

Here is a composite Thescelosaurus foot that still under construction but happy to add it to your thread.  It's arourd 12"  (30cm) Long. I have the rest of the leg to go with it but it needs to be mounted.

 

Foot1.thumb.jpg.92a1c16a8c282a4fe125b3e58c4ba992.jpg

Stunning!

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LordTrilobite

Those are some nice toes.

 

 

I've made another scan of one of my woolly rhino bones. So here's a phalanx, I think its from the outer toe of the hand. This bone is from the North Sea.

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ynot

Most likely a cetacean phalanx.

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From Sharktooth hill (Round mountain silt.)

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Troodon

Appreciate the comments on the Thesc. foot. 

Here is a hand bone you do not see on a T Rex only Nanotyrannus.

 

 

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jpc

cool collection of bones.  LordT.. I love your 3d's.   

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