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  1. FF7_Yuffie

    Isle of Wight Vertebra

    Hello, Anyone able to ID a small Isle of Wight vertebra? From Compton Beach, Cretaceous in age. I would guess it is Iguanodon or other ornithopod, but would love others thoughts. 5 x 4.5 x 4 thanks
  2. Why Is the Isle of Wight Rich in Dinosaur Fossils? Some of the first-ever dinosaur bone finds occurred on this British island. Now, researchers are discovering even more. By Joshua Rapp Learn, Discover, July 14, 2023 Yours, Paul H.
  3. Othniel C. Marsh

    Unidentified Vertebra

    This is a vertebra that was originally marketed as that of an iguanodon. This, quite frankly, is almost certainly not true, and I judge it to be that of a fish- but of course I am no authority on this matter, so I thought I'd put it to you guys to make sure. If you could, would you be able to identify down to a family or genus (or better yet a species, but I imagine that would be incredibly difficult) as well? Thanks in advance for any proposed IDs Othniel
  4. Hello, I recently visited the Isle of Wight and was lucky enough to find some beach rolled dinosaur bones. The majority have been heavily worn by the sea and are likely to be unidentifiable. I do recognise one of the bones as a tail vertebra (photos 2-5), however, and I wondered if someone with more experience on the forum would be kind enough to tell be which dinosaur it is likely to have belonged to (Iguanodon?)? I would also be grateful for any suggestions as to which part of the skeleton the larger bone might have belonged to in photos 6-9 (the same fossil from different angles). Many thanks, W
  5. Bobby Rico

    Happy New Year TFF

    Happy New Year TFF I just want to thank you all for the education, enjoyment and friendship this year. all the Best for next year. . Bobby
  6. This one is Iguanodon atherfieldensis/Mantellisaurus (Hand claw)? The seller told me this claw is come from Brook Bay, Isle of Wight, UK.And the claw has been partially worn down by the sea's actions but still retains it's basic claw shape. Can anyone tell me that is real or not? Thank you
  7. Everyone is familiar with Dryosaurus, Iguanodon, Ouranosaurus, and Camptosaurus, but work by David Norman, Dave Weishampel, Peter Galton, and a few other dinosaurologists have helped reconstruct the early evolution of Iguanodontia, finding Rhabdodontidae the most primitive iguanodonts and grouping dryosaurids with more advanced iguanodonts in Dryomorpha, while applying the name Ankylopollexia to the clade formed by basal iguanodonts more derived than Dryosauridae. Therefore, I thought it would be appropriate to ask what your favorite primitive iguanodont is.
  8. From Morocco World News : Morocco World News | Morocco Current Events, Latest News
  9. FF7_Yuffie

    Iguanodon vert

    Hello, Finally found a decent Iggy vert. But if someone can give it a quick glance, that would be super. It matches other Iguanodon verts I've seen sold--but always the chance those sellers are mistaken. It is from Brook Bay. 11cm wide, 13 cm high, 8 cm long. Hope this checks out as Iguanodontid. But it also looks a bit like some plesiosaur verts I've seen. Thanks
  10. Let me start by saying I don't know the first thing about fossils and the like, so I admit this question is probably a bit silly, but humour me please. I recently inherited some land near the Bernissart coal mine. (For those who don't know it, that spot is famous due to the discovery of over 40 Iguanodon skeletons in 1878 at a depth of 332m.) The land itself is situated less than 5 km away from the mine (as the crow flies) and is about 12-13 square km. The terrain isn't really worth much since it's classified/protected forest (not sure what the proper term is in English). I have to make a decision whether I want to keep it or sell it, so the litlle kid in me was wondering what the chances would be of finding dinosaur fossils there? And I mean a major discovery, not just a small tooth or so. I obviously realise that digging 300 meters deep isn't very feasible (and possibly not allowed due to the status of the land anyway). But would there be any reason to keep it? Is there any easy way to know if the land holds any secrets deep down? (Ground-penetrating radar or things like that?) Cheers
  11. fossil_sea_urchin

    Iguanodon Jaw Fossil

    Is this an Iguanodon jaw fossil? If so how rare is it?
  12. Hello, Any thoughts on this, please? It looks like footcasts I've seen for sale before, but a second opinion--just in case--would be great. Partial footcast, I believe, showing the three toes. But if someone can tell if it is, and not just a foot shaped rock. It was found in Dorset from excavations along with a couple of others and was in a private museum for years. Which, if it was in a museum, makes me hopeful it's legit. Seller doesn't have a more narrowed-down location than Dorset, unfortunately. But looking online, prints and casts have been found there. Seller says it looks better in person--which I can totally get. The theropod print from IoW I've got photographs very badly but looks great in person.
  13. FF7_Yuffie

    Iguanodon vert?

    Wondering what people think of this? Being sold as Iguanodon vertebra from Hastings Bed formation. 16 x 12 x 8 It doesn't resemble other iguanodon verts I've seen for sale, so I'm wondering if might be a partial/just the top part of a vertebra, or another type of bone? Thanks for the help
  14. FF7_Yuffie

    Iguanodon Jaw? Looks suspicious

    Hello, I saw this for sale, now, am I right that this is not an Iguanodon jaw as it is being sold as? I had a compare of Iguanodon jaws and they tend to have the tooth ... holes? slots? Down the side with lots of little splitter teeth going through. Whereas this one seems like it has actual tooth sockets. So, am I right to be suspicious and that this is in fact a crocodile? Or am I wrong and it is an Iguanodon jaw? It is 5 inches long, broken and repaired. Found on Isle of Wight. Thanks
  15. FF7_Yuffie

    Small Iguanodon vert?

    Hello, What do people think of this? Being sold as Iguanodon tail vert from Brook Bay IoW. 2.74cm by 1.9cm. Thanks
  16. FF7_Yuffie

    Foot cast?

    Labelled as possible polacanthus or young iguanodon but doesnt resemble the polacanthus cast I have. Described as "misshapen." Not the best photos, I know. Thanks
  17. Welsh Wizard

    Big Iguanodon Vertebra

    I’ve been sorting out some old fossils during the lockdown and just had a stand made for this big iguanodon vertebra. The stand was made by Friargate Forge in Preston. Before To this It’s hard to photo and prep was really difficult.
  18. Welsh Wizard

    Iguanodon Humerus

    Iguanodon Humerus from the South Coast of England From this: To this: The humerus is about 16 inches long and is broken on the one end. Prep by me, stand by Friargate Forge.
  19. British dinosaurs to feature on UK money for the first time By Josh Davis, Natural History Museum, February 2020 https://www.nhm.ac.uk/discover/news/2020/february/british-dinosaurs-to-feature-on-coins.html Yours, Paul H.
  20. dinosaur man

    Iguanodon Vertebra?

    Along with the Daspletosaurus and Alberta fossils I have been looking at in trying to get. I’ve have also been looking at some European Dinosaur fossils to get. I have found this and am wondering if it’s a IGUANODON vertebra?, or another animal? It’s from the Isle of Wight, England. Thank you!!
  21. Hi all, Wondering what you guys can make of this piece that was sold on the auction site. Description says it was from The Wadhurst Clay Formation and not much else. No size, cross section or much of anything besides these two pictures. What are your thoughts?
  22. Welsh Wizard

    Iguanodon Cervical Vertebrae

    Here’s a nice iguanodon cervical vertebrae. It’s from the Isle of Wight and is about 4.5 inches long.
  23. Last year there was a special edition of the "EOS"-magasine about the site of Bernisart in Belgium where 32 complete Iguanodon skeletons were found in 1878 along with crocodile, turtle and fish fossils. That specific magazine contained a poster of 2 drawings of that discovery one side with an Iggy skull and the other side with a crocodile fossil. I finaly took time to buy 2 frames to put those posters in
  24. Welsh Wizard

    Dinosaur Bone ID

    Hi Here is an interesting fossil. I purchased this as an unprepped, probable iguanodon toe bone. Now I’m well into the prep, I’m not so sure that it’s a tie bone but I think I know what it is. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks Nick
  25. FossilsandScience

    Iguanodon Bone?

    Hey everyone, I just purchased this Iguanodon Bone and I was wondering if the ID was correct or even if it is dinosaur bone. Apparently it was found in the Wealden Clay in the Isle of Wight, UK. The front side has been polished, unlike the back side. Thanks!
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