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Dilpocaulus bones


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BonuFrailman

Good afternoon!

I saw these bones on “our favorite auction site”  identified as diplocaulus. The bones are from The Wellington Garber complex FM in Oklahoma. Please advise!

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I think so, but obviously a small one.

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About half of that is diplocaulid. Some of the remaining material could be diplocaulid but is just not distinctive. A few things are really obviously not diplocaulid...the plate in the first picture is obviously not, for example.

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WhodamanHD

I’ve seen this sellers bits and bobs. I think they are honest, but I’m not sure they really put a ton of research into their IDs. I’d get them (if I was to get them) for what they are certainly, Permian bones.

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