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  1. Hi all, Recent find in an old collection. It appears to be a theropod fossil toe bone but I cannot tell what genus or species, or formation. I don’t want to jump to conclusions so I’m putting it out there to all you good people to help hive mind an answer. Thanks!
  2. Hi All, I'm new to this forum and thought I'd send over images of my theropod teeth plus one extremely impressive sauropod from Madagascar. Hope you like them! Paul
  3. I have seen constant supply of dinosaur fossils from Hell Creek and Judith River... but not Morrison. I don't see any Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, and Ceratosaurus tooth from the market. Some Jurassic herbivore such as Diplodocus and Camarasaurus are available but not as frequently as Hell Creek herbivores. And I haven't seen any Stegosaurus material as well.. There's no commercial digger working in the Morrison Formation? or there is a legal issue? Or just because they are so rare?
  4. Hi everyone, So today i was researching for a quality tooth, like a Daspletosaur one or an Allosaurus one. Suddendly i notice a tooth that says “Morrison Formation Allosaur/Ceratosaur “shed” tooth” It was in a Matrix, and i never seen in my life a tooth of this caliber, it was very strange. It was like the root was splitted in many pieces, giving you the sensation that the tooth was fused with the matrix. So the question are, what’s the meaning or description of the phrase “shed tooth”? Is a good piece? if you need photo a
  5. Hi I’m looking into buying these three teeth and am wondering if they look good to anyone? Like restoration, repair, composite? And if it’s possible to identify the species? Thank you for any feedback! baby Diplodocid indet, Morrison Formation Theropod indet, Morrison Formation Tyrannosaur indet, Judith River Formation
  6. Per Christian

    Allosaurus tooth?

    Hi all, This is listed as an allosaurus tooth but it can't possibly be? It looks very off, but i figured I'd ask here to see if I'm wrong. I'd say its crocodilian if anything
  7. Billymachi

    Allosaurus Caudal Vertebrae

    This purchase was advertised as an Allosaurus (half) vertebrae obtained from Ernest Shirley inventory. Matches well with exhibits 4,5,6 of the illustration from Charles Gilmore's 1920 report on Osteology of Carniverous Dinosauria... which is considered to be a 5th (?) caudal vertebrae of A fragilis (Antrodemus). I would appreciate any feedback on what details are present in this fossil and perhaps where this may have been collected, as no provenance was provided. There are small pits visible in the side view which may be fossae. I have seen photos of similar looking specim
  8. https://de.reuters.com/article/us-france-allosaurus-auction/remains-of-the-day-dinosaur-skeleton-fetches-three-million-euros-idUSKBN26Y2JY
  9. DatFossilBoy

    Juvenile allosaurus tooth?

    Hey guys, I received this Allosaurus tooth from the Morrisson formation in Wyoming USA. It is tiny (13mm). I was wondering if it was from a Juvenile specimen or just a small adult tooth? Is there any way of telling? Thanks for your help. Regards.
  10. FossilsandScience

    Morrison Formation Theropods

    Hey everyone, How do you tell the difference between the teeth of theropods from the Morrison formation, such as Allosaurus, Torvosaurus, Marshosaurus, and/or Ceratosaurus? Any information is appreciated! Thanks!
  11. FF7_Yuffie

    Allosaurus tooth

    Hello, I saw this for sale and tempted by it, but is it Allo? Seems pretty small to me. And, is it complete? The base seems crooked, so wondering if it may be half a tooth? Labelled as complete but repaired crack. From Morrison Formation. Thanks
  12. Hi everyone Last Thursday I went to visit the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences in Brussels as a little pre-birthday trip. I have visited this museum several times in the past few years, but this time I took my camera with me and thought it might be fun to do a photo tour of the museum for this forum Beware, this will be quite a big topic that might take a few days to complete as I took nearly 750 photo's in the museum (a lot will have to be sorted out though due to blurry quality, photo's of only name tags and doubles) as I wanted to show pretty much all fossil displays
  13. Hello there. I recently received a small theropod tooth from the Morrison Formation, without any ID. Part of the tip is missing/worn out. At its longest dimension, the tooth measures 1,1 cm. The serration count (Both mesial and dermal) are 6-7 serrations per mm, and about 18-19 per 3 mm. Anyone who's got a good guess, feel welcome to drop a comment here, cause I have no clue if this is a baby Allosaurus, or a small Marshosaurus, Ornitholestes, Coelurus or something completely different.
  14. Hey guys, I found this listed as a raptor(dromaeosaur) tooth(the seller wasn’t really sure what it was)I personally felt like it looked more like an allosaurus tooth. What do you guys think?
  15. Dino1

    Allosaurus tooth is it real?

    Hey guys, I bought this on online at an auction for reasonable price, which seemed quite cheap for an allosaurus tooth. The seller wasn’t really sure if this was an allosaurus tooth or not, it was his best guess please tell me what you think.
  16. Dracarys

    Allosaurus tooth

    Recently received back from my prepper a 2.2 inch allosaurus tooth. Here is the before and after. Big difference. At first I thought that the tip was missing but it turns out that it was natural feeding wear! Extra bonus.
  17. Here is a drawing I drew of two Sub Adult Allosaurus jimmadseni hunting. Enjoy!!
  18. Im a starter who is still in school,about 16 so I cant afford high prices(plus the expensive shipping to where i live) Can anyone please PM me some sellers or give me some advice as I explore the internet for more?
  19. The Royal Terrell Museum shared a super specimen they collected and prepared of a Gorgosaurus that is the most complete juvenile tyrannosaur specimen discovered in Canada (and possibly even in North America). The Museum of the Rockies gave the skull of Big Al, MOR 693, a much needed acetone bath, new coat of vinac & a new conservation cradle before going back on exhibit. Big Al is one of the most complete Allosaurus specimens in the world! The most complete sauropod specimen known is CM 11338, a juvie Camarasaurus lentus. Courtesy: Saur
  20. Joebiwan3

    Allosaurus

    So this tooth i have was labeled by the seller as an Allosaurus premax tooth. The tooth is still in the matrix and the tip of it has broken off. The tooth measures 15/16 " long and is from the morrison formation ( bone cabin quarry ) in wyoming.
  21. José Roberto Morales Piato

    Dinosaur vertebrae

    Hello all I am a new member here.As I don´t have experience in this field,I would appreciate if someone could tell if this vertebrae is original.If so,is it possible to say that it belonged to an Allosaurus? Best Regards, José
  22. Hello all this is my first post. I recently came into possession of what I believe to be a Allosaurus rib fossil. Unfortunately the specimen snapped in a few places during transit. This dose however give me the opportunity to post pictures of the broken sections. Not exactly what I was expecting to see, but then again this is my first large fossil so I don't really know what I was expecting to see. some information I was provided from the previous owner: '"last 6 inches of the distal end, is restorated. The rest of the rib was found largely intact. Found on private land in
  23. We have been working primarily on our shark program material but we did add a few new dinosaur fossils. For the most part they are pretty small in size but add quite a bit to the education we do. These represent some iconic and scientifically important dinosaurs. In addition to these small fossils, we added a 6" Trike frill piece from HC, a smaller piece of a Horseshoe Canyon Ceratopsian frill, and a 2.5" Hadro vert from that formation. These are excellent touch fossils so I am happy ! The small fossils are..... Dromaeosaurus sp. Judith River. I big thank you tha
  24. Fossil-Hound

    Allosaurus tooth

    From the album: Theropods

    From the Carnosauria group which ran from the Jurassic to Cretaceous came a fearsome theropod known as Allosaurus. These Jurassic age teeth were hand collected by our curator at the Museum of Ancient Life in Lehi, Utah during his visits to the Jurassic aged Bone Cabin Quarry within the Morrison Formation (Wyoming) around the fossilized skeleton of a Barosaurus Sauropod. It is believed that one or more Allosaurus was scavenging from the carcass. Crocodile teeth have also been recovered from the site. To this day these prized teeth worth hundreds if not thousands of dollars remain in the curator
  25. Fossil-Hound

    Allosaurus tooth

    From the album: Theropods

    From the Carnosauria group which ran from the Jurassic to Cretaceous came a fearsome theropod known as Allosaurus. These Jurassic age teeth were hand collected by our curator at the Museum of Ancient Life in Lehi, Utah during his visits to the Jurassic aged Bone Cabin Quarry within the Morrison Formation (Wyoming) around the fossilized skeleton of a Barosaurus Sauropod. It is believed that one or more Allosaurus was scavenging from the carcass. Crocodile teeth have also been recovered from the site. To this day these prized teeth worth hundreds if not thousands of dollars remain in the curator
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