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My Collection of Theropod Teeth

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JohnBrewer

Nice iggy tooth!

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paulyb135

Thanks John 

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paulyb135

4 new Isle of Wight additions

 

Neovenator

Chilton Chine

 

Sauropod indet

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Diplodocid Indet

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Baryonyx

 

Brightstone Bay

 

 

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will stevenson

where do you get all of these isle of wight fossils from!!!

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paulyb135
45 minutes ago, will stevenson said:

where do you get all of these isle of wight fossils from!!!

Various sources ;) 

 

and luck of course!

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lone5wolf117

Amazing Uk tooths Paul you really love your Uk dinosaur tooths :D

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paulyb135
On 04/10/2019 at 4:49 AM, lone5wolf117 said:

Amazing Uk tooths Paul you really love your Uk dinosaur tooths :D

Thanks Lee :D

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Troodon

Very nice additions, that sauropod tooth is my favorite 

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paulyb135
11 hours ago, Troodon said:

Very nice additions, that sauropod tooth is my favorite 

 

Thank you. It’s a super tooth. Not personally seen another that shape before 

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TyBoy

Cool additions congrat on your acquisitions

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paulyb135
12 hours ago, TyBoy said:

Cool additions congrat on your acquisitions

Thank you!

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Dracarys
On 1/26/2019 at 2:57 AM, paulyb135 said:

Albertosaurus

Horseshoe Canyon Formation

Drumheller

Alberta

Canada

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E10B2800-2070-4669-830C-C4DC8BAA3B09.jpegAmazing collection. What containers are these that you are using? Thanks 

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paulyb135
14 minutes ago, Dracarys said:
On 26/01/2019 at 8:57 AM, paulyb135 said:

Albertosaurus

Horseshoe Canyon Formation

Drumheller

Alberta

Canada

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E10B2800-2070-4669-830C-C4DC8BAA3B09.jpegAmazing collection. What containers are these that you are using? Thanks 

Thanks! I just use 2 inch thick riker boxes as per image attached. They’re really sturdy and I like having multiple teeth in one case

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Dracarys
12 minutes ago, paulyb135 said:

Thanks! I just use 2 inch thick riker boxes as per image attached. They’re really sturdy and I like having multiple teeth in one case

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But there are individual clear plastic containers you use that are small with a different foam material. I am curious about that. Thanks 

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paulyb135
22 minutes ago, Dracarys said:

But there are individual clear plastic containers you use that are small with a different foam material. I am curious about that. Thanks 

 

I only used those ones to put the tooth on before I took images before I found a better way of doing it

 

i have two of those and got them from senders when they sent me the tooth. I wouldn’t know where to buy them :) 

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Woopaul5
On 10/27/2019 at 6:39 AM, Dracarys said:

But there are individual clear plastic containers you use that are small with a different foam material. I am curious about that. Thanks 

Our favorite auction site lists them. They come from Thailand so shipping times vary. 

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Troodon
On 10/27/2019 at 6:39 AM, Dracarys said:

But there are individual clear plastic containers you use that are small with a different foam material. I am curious about that. Thanks

Are these what you are asking about

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paulyb135
53 minutes ago, Troodon said:

Are these what you are asking about

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He means the image with my albertosaurus tooth. A clear case with a foam base 

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Troodon
15 minutes ago, paulyb135 said:

 

He means the image with my albertosaurus tooth. A clear case with a foam base 

I like these floating frames for individual teeth.  You can see both sides but they take up more space.  For group teeth I use riker's like you do.

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paulyb135

I agree. If I had more tool I think I would use floating cases but as I am quite limited I make do with rikers which does work for me

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Dracarys
8 hours ago, paulyb135 said:

 

He means the image with my albertosaurus tooth. A clear case with a foam base 

The floating frame worked great for a single large tooth but smaller teeth not as much since the frames take up more room. I was more focused on an alternative to riker. 

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Praefectus
On 10/27/2019 at 8:24 AM, paulyb135 said:

Thanks! I just use 2 inch thick riker boxes as per image attached. They’re really sturdy and I like having multiple teeth in one case

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I'm a little late to this, but wow this picture! 

1) That collection is amazing.

2) It's time to invest in labels :P

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paulyb135
5 hours ago, Praefectus said:

I'm a little late to this, but wow this picture! 

1) That collection is amazing.

2) It's time to invest in labels :P

Thank you!

 

I do need labels but I have no room to show them! 

 

I have a Log of where each tooth is from however 

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paulyb135

Marshosaurus Bicentesimus tooth

Morrison formation

Dana Quarry

Washakie County

Ten Sleep

Wyoming

USA

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