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  1. DatFossilBoy

    Niger theropod tooth ID

    Hello all, I have acquired this theropod tooth from Irhazer shale, Tiouaren formation, Niger. It’s Jurassic in age. The tooth is 4 cm and has distal serrations but the mesial ones are gone. Managed to get a distal count at approx 3 per mm. I was wondering if maybe @Troodon and others can help with the ID. I’m familiar with the already existing Niger theropod post on here but I didn’t find matches really. Could it be Afrovenator or Spinostropheus? Thanks.
  2. Jonathan Raymond

    Sarcosuchus imperator tooth ?

    I bought this Sarcosuchus imperator tooth on the internet. This tooth comes from the Erlhaz formation in Niger. It measures 1.92 inch. It is 113 million year old. I trust this seller but i would still like to have your opinion. Do you think it is Sarcosuchus imperator Tooth ?
  3. I'll start with the jrf vertebrae which I believe to be a hadrosaur cervical wondering if it is possible to narrow it down to a species if possible? And again anyone who is taking the time to look over these I thank you very much in advance.
  4. BellamyBlake

    Niger Crocodilians

    Hi, I won an auction for 4 Crocodilian teeth from the Elrhaz Formation of Niger. They're Lower Cretaceous. The seller noted that he could not identify them definitively as Sarcosuchus, or another Crocodilian from the locality. I hope these photographs are enough to identify them. Otherwise, I can get more photographs when they arrive. Largest one is 1.4" Thank you, Bellamy
  5. Hey everyone! I'm currently looking for any teeth from the Oxford Clay, especially those of plesiosaurs and teleosauroid crocs. In exchange, I can offer a variety of crocodile teeth from the Jurassic Tiourarén Formation of Niger like (but not limited to) the ones below.
  6. DatFossilBoy

    Suchomimus or croc tooth?

    Hey guys, I was wondering if this tooth was suchomimus or a croc tooth? From Niger. It has a round base and serrations. Size is 4cm. Thanks for the input.
  7. BellamyBlake

    Niger Theropod

    I have here a theropod tooth from I-n-Abanghaghit, Niger. It was labeled as Rugops. However, I was suspicious after obtaining it. I consulted with someone who deals in Niger material, who noted that this locality is Jurassic and thus it could not be Rugops. I read Troodon's thread on identifying Niger theropods. Per that guide and other sources, it seems that the only option would be Afrovenator based on that locality (I think I-n-Abanghaghit is synonymous with Agadez but not completely sure on that). This tooth is 0.85" long. Distal serrations count is 10.2 / 5 mm. Me
  8. BellamyBlake

    Sarcosuchus or Suchomimus?

    I have here a 1.5" tooth that was sold to me as Sarcosuchus from the Cretaceous of Niger. It's been brought to my attention that this may instead be Suchomimus. After comparing photographs, I believe that Suchomimus is accurate. I'd appreciate more eyes on this. Which one might this be? Thank you, Bellamy
  9. PetrosTrilobite

    My new suchomimus tooth

    I bought this Suchomimus tooth. A nice tooth, 1.44 inch. Suchomimus is one of my favorite theropods and my favorite African dinosaur.
  10. Chris384

    Nigerien fossil id

    Hello all, I have some fossils that I highly suspect came from the Agadez region of Niger. I am trying to ID them. I am new to the forum and any help would be greatly appreciated. I have 4 bones in total. I have taken pictures of all six sides. I am trying to figure out how to post the pictures. It will only allow me to do 3.9 m which is one picture approximately.
  11. Chris384

    Agadez region fossils of Niger

    Hello all, I have some fossils that I highly suspect came from the Agadez region of Niger. I am trying to ID them. I am new to the forum and any help would be greatly appreciated. I have 4 bones in total. I have taken pictures of all six sides. I am trying to figure out how to post the pictures. It will only allow me to do 3.9 m which is one picture approximately.
  12. Simonsaz

    Dinosaur tooth from Niger?

    Hi, I have a small collection of teeth from Niger that I can't even begin to determine. would any of you have any idea which animal these might be from? LG Simon
  13. Kasia

    Teeth from Niger

    Dear TFF Members, I have recently purchased these two teeth - the seller said they come from Niger, Tenere, which probably makes them Pleistocene stuff, however which animal they belonged to, no idea. Please help :)) No. 1 No. 2
  14. BonuFrailman

    Tiouraren Formation tooth?

    Hi everyone, I saw this tooth online listed as a theropod tooth from the Tiouraren FM and was wondering what you all think about it. From my knowledge, Kem Kem teeth can have white preservation too so that’s why I’m unsure about this tooth. Tooth is supposedly from Tiouraren Formation of the Agaves region of Niger Length is .74”
  15. Hello! A friend get these teeth from Niger, but I do not know the ID and if all are from dinosaur. I think the first ones are from suchomimus, the smaller ones from rugops and the last one (hervibore) from ouranosaurus. What do you think? Good ones? Thank you so much.
  16. Hey guys, I found this tooth listed as a suchomimus tooth. Does anyone know if it’s real or not? I know people sometimes get spinosaurus tooth confused with suchomimus tooth.
  17. Hi, All. The best I can do with this is simply put up the pictures and let wiser minds than mine (ie: everybody else!) take a look. I don't know what this is; it has tooth-like qualities, but I just can't get a handle on it. It would have come from the Agadez area of Niger, for what that's worth. Thanks for looking!
  18. Chief1701

    could this be a bone?

    Hi, All. I came across this yesterday, but couldn't make heads nor tails of it.... I want to think it's not a bone - one side is very smooth, while the other has a tone of small stones attached to it - but the view of the inside has me wondering.... Thanks for looking at it, and telling me what I'm looking at. I seem to have a really long learning curve! Rob @LordTrilobite @Bone guy @Haravex @Troodon
  19. Hi, All. Okay - I'm trying to learn here, so please bear with me! I've been told that many of the teeth I've acquired here in Niger have been croc teeth, and that one of the ways to tell a croc tooth is by a circular base (basil?), while spinosauridae teeth are more oval.... That said, I offer the following two teeth for your informed evaluation! The bigger one is relatively narrow (the side shot with the enamel curving over the top gives you an idea), with the smaller one has a distinct "ridge" on each front/back (I know those aren't the technical terms - sorry!). As always, I
  20. Hi, Folks. Thank you so much for the feedback on my first posting of teeth! Apparently there were more than a few crocodiles in the Agadez area of Niger, back when it wasn't desert! I'll post the next set, and follow that up with a posting of another very large fossil from the same area. I truly appreciate the education I'm getting on here! Rob @Troodon @LordTrilobite @jpc @-Andy-
  21. Hi, All. Here's another "large" fossil I've acquired. Same origin as the others - Agadez area of the Sahara desert in Niger. Based on the feedback I got on an earlier submission, I'm wondering if this could be from a sauropod and, if so, what part of the skeleton? As you can see, there's a lot of mud on it that I haven't tried to remove yet, as I am a complete neophyte and don't know the proper way to do so. I welcome any and all guidance on that too. Thanks so much for all your replies! Rob @Haravex @LordTrilobite @jpc @Troodon
  22. Hi, All. I finally managed to photograph all my teeth with a scale, and am hoping for someone with a lot more knowledge than me (ie: just about anyone on this site!) to tell me what I've got. I've got them divided into 6 different sets of teeth, and tried to photograph them with a bit of logic (teeth in a row, teeth flipped over to show other side in a row, bottom of teeth displayed one at a time in order, etc.). I'm trying to learn the difference between types of teeth (crocodile vs. spinosaurus vs. m-something, etc.), so if there are any common clues, I'd really appreciate the
  23. Chief1701

    Dino (?) bones from Niger #3

    Here's the 3rd set; could this be a rib?
  24. Chief1701

    Dino (?) bones from Niger #4

    Here's the last set I'll trouble you with today - #4. I've lots more I'm totally ignorant of.... Thank you! Rob
  25. Chief1701

    Dino (?) bones from Niger #1

    Hi, All! I finally managed to get some photos with a cm/mm scale of some of the "dinosaur bones" I've been able to acquire here. These all came from the Agadez area of the Sahara desert in Niger. I have absolutely no idea what type of dinosaur these might be from (if they are dinosaur bones), and would appreciate any and all help you can give me! I haven't tried to remove the dried mud, etc. from several of them; I don't know the proper way of doing so, and I don't want to mess anything up.... I won't throw everything on here at once, but I'll list them all the same way with a
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