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fossilsonwheels

I do not know much about European Dinos but these are awesome fossils Tim ! Great coolection :)

 

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Troodon

Nice material of course, not your average teeth..great collection

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Runner64
1 hour ago, Anomotodon said:

Early Cretaceous is well represented in Europe, especially UK. First, there is 140 mya Valanginian Wadhurst clay in Sussex, contrary to the popular opinion, species like Baryonyx or Neovenator cannot be found there, because the deposits there are older than in Isle of Wight.

 

Very interesting and thanks for sharing this info.  And amazing collection as well Tim, keep it up! :) 

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Tidgy's Dad

Very interesting and impressive collection. :)

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Runner64

Never seen any herbivore teeth from the Bissekty formation so the sauropod and therizinosaur teeth are super cool!

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TyBoy

Nice stuff :dinothumb:

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-Andy-

Amazingly rare teeth, all of which you won't see in most collector's homes.

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Anomotodon

One of my rarest teeth so far: rooted Bathonian sauropod from France in a jaw section!

 

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Anomotodon

A nice large theropod caudal vert (?Ornithomimid) from Mongolia with a precise locality!

 

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Anomotodon

Rooted Pinacosaurus grangeri ankylosaur tooth, Djadochta formation, Mongolia (9 mm length)

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Troodon

Your rare teeth and indeed superb and the envy of most collectors.   Great herbivore teeth from Mongolia and Uzbekistan

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Runner64
9 hours ago, Anomotodon said:

One of my rarest teeth so far: rooted Bathonian sauropod from France in a jaw section!

 

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Very nice Tim! :) 

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Mioplosus_Lover24

That Therizinasaurus indet is AWESOME!

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dinosaur man

Cool teeth and bones definitely rare

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