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  1. TriplGainr2theNeck

    More skin ,

    Here are a few pics of one piece out of 200 specimens ive found over the past 3 days . Please assist me in giving as accurate an identification as possible .
  2. fossilsonwheels

    Some different Dino displays

    We starting switching up our displays for the different styles of Dinosaur programs we do. The formation displays are great but we wanted to try this style for the Dino report programs. I like how these are shaping up and they help the flow of the presentations. We can switch fossils between the different displays and this gives us some flexibility. The first one completed is the Ceratopsians. We have two different decent sized Trike frill pieces and various teeth from Hell Creek. The Leptoceratops tooth is from Lance Creek and we have two JRF teeth. From the Aguja, w
  3. gturner333

    Is this an ankylosaur tooth?

    I found this in some matrix from the Lance Formation in Wyoming and wondered if it is an ankylosaur tooth. The hash marks are 1mm. Thanks for any help.
  4. Hi everybody, i saw that Judith River bones for sale. This one is presented as a turtle bone Is it really an ankylosaur item ? If you need more info, i'll contact the seller. I don't know where it comes from. Thank you. Anne.
  5. Hello everyone ! Need a bit of help here . this 3 pieces shown below has been offered to me as Ankylosaur osteoderm from Judith River formation. I have a bad memory about Ankylosaur scute before so i want a bit of help in Identification of these 3 pieces before buying. thank you in Advance ! Guns ==Number 1== ==Number 2== ==Number 3==
  6. PaleoNoel

    Ankylosaur armor?

    I was hoping some folks on the forum could confirm this ID for me. I found this interesting little piece in the hell creek formation of South Dakota back in July with Paleoprospectors. I was told by one of the guides that it could potentially be a piece of skull armor from a young ankylosaur. I want to know what everyone here thinks.
  7. PaleoNoel

    Potential Ankylosaurian Osteoderm

    I found this interestingly pitted piece of bone in Wyoming's Lance formation over the summer and my initial thoughts were ankylosaurian osteoderm. I've been wrong in the past with various Ceratopsid skull elements deceiving me, but I am hopeful to add this to my comparatively short list of remains from these living tanks. I'd appreciate any feedback from my fellow forum members. Dimensions are about 8 cm in length, 5 cm in width, ~3 cm in depth.
  8. Guns

    Ankylosaur osteoderm ?

    Hello ! This one is one of my first fossil . I bought it nearly about 6 mo ago as Partial Ankylosaur osteoderm (scute) from Hell creek formation , Montana . I have a hard time distinguish it from ceratopsian frill ... need help to confirm/correct ID on this bone and I wound love to know what is the main feature that distinguish Ankylosaur scute from Ceratopsian frill bone ?? thank you in advance ! Guns
  9. I see a lot of misunderstanding on what is being sold online at auctions and dealers sites. Some have it correct but most mix up the terminology. So here is Anky 101 aimed at Novice collectors and I will keep it simple. What you see sold in most markets are teeth from late Cretaceous North American locations mostly Montana, Wyoming and the Dakota's so I will focus on those areas. (Hell Creek, Lance, Two Medicine and Judith River Formations) Teeth from Canadian locations will have similar characteristics. There are two basic families of armored dinosaurs in these regions Ankylosauri
  10. Alex Eve

    Osteoderm or Ironstone?

    This is a chunk I found in the Horseshoe Canyon Formation, specifically in the Horseshoe Canyon area. It’s shape and ridges look almost identical to a small Ankylosaur/Nodosaur osteoderm, but the texture suggests a random chunk of ironstone. I’m leaning towards ironstone, but I think there’s a chance it could be a really smooth osteoderm. Would any of you guys be able to tell for sure? Thanks!
  11. PaleoNoel

    Aguja Ankylosaur Tooth

    Hello, hope everyone is doing well. I wanted to share with you what I believe to be an ankylosaur or nodosaur tooth I found while hunting through my bag of Aguja fm matrix from western texas. The tooth is about 7 mm in length and has a bulge at the base which curves to become flattened as the crown continues. I hope I got this ID right as it would be my first Ankylosaurian tooth I've ever found.
  12. Jaimin013

    Ankylosaur type tooth?

    Hi all, Unfortunately I have no location info on this tooth which i know is really important but the seller can't obtain this information as it was from an old collection of someone that passed away. Does the morphology match Ankylosaurus or nodosaur rather than Pachy and Thescelosaurus? Thanks Jai
  13. This report is a bit late, but better late than never! During late July through to mid August 2018 i was on a research trip to study a new Canadian dinosaur footprint site for my Masters degree project. I am based in Australia, and this was the first time i had been to Canada! So of course i had to make the most of it and pay a visit to the world renowned Dinosaur Provincial Park in southern Alberta, arguably the richest site in the world for dinosaur fossils. The park is the best exposure of the Dinosaur Park Formation (which it is now named after), which dates to about 76.5 million years ago
  14. dinosaur man

    Ankylosaur or ceratopsian

    Hi i was wondering how to tell ankylosaur from ceratopsian vertabrea? Thanks.
  15. dinosaur man

    Is this ankylosaur skin

    Is this ankylosaur skin it matches the euoplcephalus skin above found in dinosaur provincial park.
  16. Hi all, I am considering buying this fossil and I was wondering whether it is a ankylosaur spike or a bone? I was wondering what peoples opinions of this are? Many Thanks, Danny
  17. LBI

    Spikes or Scutes

    Found several, 25-30 of these yesterday. Seem more like spikes to me. Can anyone confirm if they are from an Ankylosaur?
  18. Closer inspection to my collection of bone pieces from trips to the Lance formation in Wyoming has resulted in me wondering if I had a few pieces of Ankylosaur osteoderm in my possession. I want to know what the folks on the forum think.
  19. Fossil of new dinosaur discovered in Texas by Hillsboro paleontologist, KWTX, April 22, 2019 https://www.kwtx.com/content/news/Fossil-of-new-dinosaur-discovered-in-Texas-by-Hillsboro-paleontologist--508882331.html New Dinosaur Discovered in Texas, Now What Should We Call It, Stryker, The 1063 Buzz, April 22, 2019 https://1063thebuzz.com/new-dinosaur-discovered-in-texas-now-what-should-we-call-it/ Yours, Paul H.
  20. fossilsonwheels

    Ankylosaur or Nodosaur Scute ?

    One of my goals is to bring a very tactile element to our education programs. I think adding a piece of dino armor is going to be a real hit with the kids. I have been trying to brush up on ankylosaur and nodosaur scutes in preparation of getting one at some point in the near future. I am not to the level of being able to recognize them yet but I did see one in our price range. I am not sure about this one. The seller lists it as being from Hell Creek. It is 2.5"x1.5" and is 1/2 inch thick. Anybody have any thoughts about this one ?
  21. Hell Creek Dinosaurs

    Hell Creek Formation Rooted Tooth ID

    I recently purchased this tooth from a collector at the Tucson Gem and Mineral Show. He wasn't sure if the tooth was Pachy or Thescelosaur but upon looking at it more closely I'm not even sure if it isn't some sort of Ankylosaur. Any help would be great. The tooth was found in the Hell Creek Formation Perkins County, SD. Thanks! Ryan
  22. Darwin and Wallace

    Mystery dinosaur Horn

    Here's another Cretaceous western fossil that needs an ID. Its either from Hell Creek or Lance Creek (will have to check my records again), and I initially purchased it as a young triceratops nasal horn. After looking at it some more, I'm wondering if it might be an ankylosaur spike, or maybe something else. Thoughts?
  23. Hello. This little tooth popped up on my radar recently. This tooth is .5 inch in length and it comes from the Judith River Formation. The seller describes it as Euoplocephalus but I'm not sure if that ID is correct. Interestingly I've found that this tooth has a slight resemblance to teeth from Edmontonia, but I have found no information on Edmontonia being described from the Judith River Formation. I know this is likely Ankylosaur indet. because there is still so much Ankylosaur material yet to be described, but is an ID on this tooth possible? Thanks for the help! I posted a re
  24. These are both from the Aguja Formation of Texas. Just would like to confirm the ID supplied by the seller. Thanks in advance for the help. Ankylosaur foot claw, ungual 3.1" Hadrosaur, Kritosaurus Toe bone 13"
  25. Arizona Rex

    Recent acquisitions...new pics

    Here are some new pictures of fossil number two from an earlier post. I posted this piece a few days ago. I'm hoping new pictures may help further the identification as either a ceratops horn core or piece of ankylosaur armor. If it's horn core I'm curious, is it possible it's not nose horn core but maybe a side of the face horn from a variety of ceratops? If ankylosaur armor, would this be called a spike or a scute? Thank you again for any and all assistance.
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