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  1. Dennis fossil

    Please help me identify this fish

    This fish is from Luoping, Yunnan, China. It is about 28 cm long during the Triassic period. Please help me identify which family and genus it belongs to. 1627652635291
  2. Flaffy

    Proboscidean tooth?

    Hi! I'm having trouble ID-ing this ~4.4cm long mammal tooth from China. It was labelled as Playbelodon, though the lack of cusps makes me doubt that assessment. I'm starting to wonder if it's a Proboscidean at all, and if it's an entirely different family of mammal alltogether. Does anyone have an idea on what this could potentially be?
  3. RickCalif

    Keichousaurus

    From the album: My other Fossils

    Keichousaurus with a quartz line that runs through the piece. Keichousaurus is a genus of marine reptile in the pachypleurosaur family which went extinct at the close of the Triassic in the Triassic-Jurassic extinction event.
  4. Hi. I got this keichousaurus as a gift. Its not the best i have seen and is missing some bones but im verry happy with it . So is it real ? Thanks
  5. Hello everyone, It's been a while since I've started a topic on the forum; but over time, it has occurred to me how many of our forum members have spectacular specimens of Chinese trilobites. I hope to start this thread to showcase and celebrate the amazing trilobite fossils that come from China, contributed by no other than our very own. Chinese trilobites have been relatively underlaid in the trilobite collection world by the Moroccan material and Russian material. But with a jaw-dropping diversity and rarity of trilobites, China's trilobites may make up for the incr
  6. Haven't had time to post here lately, but I carved out a slot so here we go. In April of last year (2019), I had a chance to visit China. When I was in Beijing, one of my goals was to see the feathered dinos. I visited two museums that had them. One was the Geological Museum of China. The other (The Beijing Museum of Natural History) will be the subject of another post. I took hundreds of pictures there, but I can't post them all here. I have selected some of the better ones, focusing on the feathered critters. You'll have to excuse the lighting and quality
  7. New fossils of giant rhinos — the largest land mammals ever — are found in China (nbcnews.com) Giant rhino unearthed in China was one of largest mammals ever to live | New Scientist New fossils reveal one of the largest land mammals ever found (yahoo.com) Since the late 2000s, scientists from China have treated Paraceratherium grangeri as a distinct species from Paraceratherium fossils found in Central Asia (named Indricotherium by Aleksei Alekseeivich Borissiak in 1916), and the taxon P. huangheense described in 2017 further indicates that not all fossils of Paracerather
  8. Paleorunner

    Help with Chinese Trilobites

    Hello partners. I have received several Chinese trilobites, but these two the seller has not been able to identify. I have not found information about them, and I bring them here in case someone can recognize them. The first is from the lower cambric. It comes from the qiongzhusi formation. Kunming (Yunnan). China. with 6 millimeters long THE SECOND IS FROM THE ORDOVICIOUS. SHIHTIAN FORMATION. BAOSHAN. (YUNNAN). CHINA. WITH 1 CENTIMETER LONG. ps: the photos are screenshots of the purchase, my photos do not get better.
  9. Hello, A second egg Im interested in-- an, at first glance, much better one. It's Oviraptor, from Ganzhou, Jiangxi, China. Edit - size - 17.5cm It looks to have really good shell coverage, but am a little concerned at the cracks, whether some of it might be shells from other eggs glued in place. I'd love to hear others thoughts on it.
  10. This juvenile Keichousaurus should be a genuine one but I don't understand why it appears to have two separate vertebral columns. It doesn't seem like the vertebral column is split into two due to fossilization process. Any idea?
  11. Hello, Any thoughts on this? It is a Hadrosaur egg from Guangdong, China. 9.4cm x 8.8 x 6. I know it's far from the best egg you'll see--but I was offered it for a good price, less than even I've seen poor conditioned eggs go for) . But does anyone see any restoration/composite to it? Now, I wish to check--the grey is eggshell, still partially covered by matrix? Or is the grey bits, which I am thinking is ill-cleaned eggshell, actually not eggshell either? I'm considering it for a piece for my desk at work here in Taipei--got my eye on a better
  12. Lone Hunter

    Tiny Chinese fossil needs ID

    I got this little tile over 10 yrs ago when I didn't know anything about fossils and didn't have a loop. All I saw was clams I thought, now I see something but can't remember what it was supposed to be, and brachiopods I think. Appreciate any help on ID and approximate age.
  13. I have some Gansu fossils from the Linxia Basin, but I wasn't 100% sure on ID. The teeth were sold as Entelodont molars, and my current assumption is that they belong to Paraentelodon macrognathus from the Oligocene deposits in the Linxia Basin. From what I've read, they are similar to Daeodon, at least size wise. I think the formation would be the Jiaozigou Formation? But I'm not entirely sure. The Chleuastochoerus jaw, i have no idea. I think there are 2 species present in the Linxia Basin, and I don't know if it's possible to ID them down to species leve
  14. lavawing

    Coronocephalus ID

    Hi, new here I recently acquired this trilobite fossil, which I can identify as Coronocephalus, but I'm not sure about the species. It's not immediately apparent from the first picture, but this is only the negative. The trilobite itself is around 4 centimetres long. I suspect it is a molt. A friend got it for me as a souvenir on his trip to Yunnan, China. I'd be tempted to say C. gaoluoensis based on how frequently they occur, but the glabella makes me suspect C. rex. Edit: upper end of glabella tuberculate so probably not gaoluoensis pygidium does not taper therefore cann
  15. Mary888

    Ammonite identification

    Hello~ Could you tell me the binominal name for this ammonite?
  16. Crazyhen

    Plant fossil, coconut or palm?

    This is said to be a coconut tree fossil. It’s from Liaoning, China. I don’t think Liaoning has coconut tree, rather does it look like a palm tree?
  17. FF7_Yuffie

    Yixian Chinese Pterosaur

    Hello, I have been offered a Chinese pterosaur tooth--from Yixian Formation, Liaoning, China. There are a lot of toothed pterosaurs from there, so I guess narrowing down an actual species will be difficult. But I wish to make sure that it looks pterosaur rather than being something else. Unfortunately the matrix was split and reglued, so it has a repair down the middle. It is 2cm long. Seller is in Taiwan, so export of the fossil is ok.
  18. Hello, I've been after an egg for a while, and this one caught my eye. It's sold as Spheroolithus. 5.5 inch x 4.41 x 2.36 Seller messaged saying it is from Henan Province, China. Being sold by a Taiwan seller--not from China itself. Apologies for red line--it's blocking the sellers name. Thanks for the help
  19. Hello does this egg look real . Looks like its missing some shell and looks not to be prepped. Possibly an oviraptor egg? Is 18 cm long Thanks
  20. Crazyhen

    Dinosaur claw?

    This piece of claw is found at Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province of China. It’s Cretaceous. Is it a dinosaur claw?
  21. Tiny Cat-Sized Dinosaur Leaves the Smallest Stegosaur Footprint Ever Discovered by Paleontologists University of Queensland, SciTechDaily, April 17, 2021 Xing, L., Lockley, M.G., Persons IV, W.S., Klein, H., Romilio, A., Wang, D. and Wang, M., 2021. Stegosaur track assemblage from Xinjiang, China, featuring the smallest known stegosaur record. Palaios, 36(2), pp.68-76 Yours, Paul H.
  22. Hey guys, The dinosaur fossils of Jiangxi, China have sparked my interest lately and I would be looking for articles on the different theropod claws found there. I can’t seem to find much so maybe someone could help me, that would be greatly appreciated. Thank you and kind regards.
  23. Crazyhen

    Vertebral bone

    This vertebral bone is from Yunnan, China. Any idea if it’s mammalian or dinosaurian?
  24. Crazyhen

    Turtle/dinosaur claws?

    Three claws and some bone fragments from Ganzhou, China. Cretaceous formation. Are the turtle claws or dinosaur claws?
  25. I am a fossil collector in Hong Kong and I keep seeing lycoptera for sale everywhere in local fossil shops. However,fossils like lycoptera are from China and it is difficult to prove its export date,if not impossible.Yet I know for a fact that it isnt illegal to keep them here and some fossil collectors even bring rarer Chinese fossils on TV shows and mall exhibitions locally(psittacosaurus and dino eggs).Thats why Im conflicted between shall I acquire one or not and want to hear your opinions on this
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