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  1. thejavelinman

    Cervical vertebra Morocco

    Hi everyone, I bought this fossil, it was labelled as a possible cervical vertebra section and comes from Morocco. Has anyone got any idea what animal it may have come from? Is it part of a vertebra? Hope you can shed some light on it. Thanks.
  2. Guns

    Kem kem vertebra

    I got this vertebra from kem kem ,Morocco for quite a while and even make a topic for help in ID before ( maybe 2-3 mo ago ? not sure can't remember) . now I finally have time to clean & remove some matrix that cover this vertebra and I hope that could help in identification of this vertebra I appreciate every comment and opinion on ID this vertebra . Thank you. Guns.
  3. Bails

    Vertebra ID

    Hello, I found this vertebra on the beach this morning in Charleston, SC and was hoping someone could help ID it. My initial guess was a dolphin vertebra? Thanks in advance!
  4. I found this at a good price. It seems legitimate.
  5. Hello, I really just wanted to get some opinions on this fossil I saw online. It's already been sold but it was going for a good price! Is it real? Dimensions were listed as 5.6" tall, found in Morocco. It's from a dealer that seems legitimate but I can't help but be skeptical because of the price! So sorry, I'm very new to the fossil community. Thank you for your time.
  6. Caallison

    Strange Grab Bag of Bones

    So over the past couple of posts, i have focused on the individual bones that I have found in the overburden dig site at my plant. One spot in particular has continuously been a gold mine, and have lovingly called my Proboscidean site, after the Proboscidean scapula fragments I first found there. Over the course of 14 months (4 to 6 hours per month) I have dug up more and more fragments of different bones that eventually piece together, but now i have started to find bones of other animals. With all this I have started to wonder if there is some bigger picture I am missing trying to ID each bo
  7. Caallison

    Reptile Vertebra

    Here is a small vertebra I found while at my Proboscidean dig spot. I was able to find that i closely matches a reptile vertebra, but i do not know what kind of reptile based off of size and that is only has 2 wings on the sides and not 4. What do you all think?
  8. Caallison

    Large Mammal Vertebra Possibly?

    Here are some more vertebra that i had dug up where i have been piecing together a large shoulder blade. From what I could research, I think it is a sacral vertebra in the Proboscidean family. What do you all think?
  9. FF7_Yuffie

    Sauropod vertebra?

    Any thoughts on this? Being sold as sauropod cetiosaurus vertebra from Kimmeridge Clay. 11cm x 12 x 5.5 The hole at the bottom, seller says is predation from a scavenger -- size and shape matching croc or pliosaur. I'm suspecting plesiosaur, looking at a drawing of cetiosaur verts I found online. This one seems too rounded. Any thoughts, much appreciated. Attached the drawing below too.
  10. diginupbones

    Odd tiny vert need ID

    No idea what this is from but it is in really nice shape and completely fossilized. North central Nebraska. Miocene
  11. Vyrago

    Endochrus? (Enchodus)

    I purchased this as an Endochrus Spine Section. I have since tried to find more information on the species, but a Google search only returns online listings, and no information pages. As far as Google is concerned, it seems the species doesn't exist. The whole piece is a little over 4 inches across, almost 5 at it's largest point. The vertebra itself is maybe 2 inches long, and almost 2 and a half tall. I have no information on it's origins. It was pretty cheap, so I am not freaking out about all of this, but I WOULD like to know if anyone has heard of an Endochrus, and if so, what is it? If n
  12. Hey everyone, I recently acquired this ichthyosaur vertebra that was originally collected in Penarth, south Wales, UK. What initially struck me was the vertebra's size, since it's by far the biggest one I have of any ichthyosaur: Now, other large ichthyosaur remains have been described from the very same location. The paper is freely available here: https://bioone.org/journals/acta-palaeontologica-polonica/volume-60/issue-4/app.00062.2014/A-Mysterious-Giant-Ichthyosaur-from-the-Lowermost-Jurassic-of-Wales/10.4202/app.00062.2014.full The cliffs at Penarth apparently conta
  13. Hello, I saw these fossils, according to the seller they are dinosaur vertebrae, found in Hell Creek, but he does not mention any species or group of dinosaurs. What I want to know is if they look like dinosaurs to you, either ornithopod or theropod, and if they look like other hell creek fossils you've seen. Thanks in advance.
  14. ColeFossilFinder

    Big Brook Vertebra

    Hey I found this while sifting and was not sure if it was a vert but i took it home and cleaned it up with a small electric engraver and dental pick and here it is. It looks like a vert but from what? biggest one I have found! Thanks!
  15. I haven’t been getting out and about much now a days. The heat and Covid has been keeping me indoors for the most part. The weather is slowly changing to fall and I decided to hit up my white river spot. It’s been a couple months since I’ve been, but boy, the spot just keeps on giving. Right out the gate, I was harassed by a rattlesnake...apparently they do exist. After giving that little bugger plenty of breathing room, I began a several hour hike around my super secret, private property, land owner permission having spot! it wasn’t long before I found a large ancie
  16. 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
  17. DeepTime

    Vertebra ? North Sulfur River

    I'm a rookie. This is my second post. I've been out on two "expeditions" and made some interesting finds. When I picked up this fossil?, I noticed it was caulked on the back side, I found that perplexing. North East Texas, Fannin County, Eagle Ford Group, Ozan Formation, North Sulfur River Bed. It appears to be a vertebra. Please help identify. Thanks!
  18. DC-FL-DC

    Amelia Island, FL Vertebra

    Anyone provide help with an ID on this vertebra? Try as I might, as a serious amateur I've hit the limits of my abilities and could use the collective wisdom. Assumption is that this is a vertebra. Found on the beach on Amelia Island, Florida. I find fossils there routinely and live there part of the year. I find this Forum invaluable to gain knowledge.
  19. Seller offer a group of vertebra . seller claim that these group belong to Theropod vertebra from Carter country Montana , hell creek formation . i personally think that it may belong to other reptile or even a croc ? but i am not sure . would like to hear opinion from the community first. thank you
  20. pachy-pleuro-whatnot-odon

    Dealing with marine algae

    Hello everyone, I found the below ichthyosaur vertebra on the beach at Wimereux two weeks ago. It had obviously been lying there for some time, as it was covered in green algae and barnacles. Based on the advise of various friends and the fact this rock seems to hard and massive to work through using just my Dremel, I'll be leaving the fossil in its matrix. However, I do want to clean it up from the algae and barnacles. As such, I used a 1:2 dilution of 14° household cleaning vinegar and a couple of sturdy brushes to remove most of the algae (dipping the br
  21. Ludwigia

    Monacanthidae gen et sp. indet.

    From the album: Pisces

    Just an educated guess that this may be a vertebra from a Filefish. ø12x16mm. long. Burdigalian OMM Early Miocene From Billafingen, Germany
  22. I visited my favorite shark tooth site in the Miocene Burdigalian again today and along with the usual teeth I dug out the following objects. The first is obviously a vertebra, and I don't think it's fishy, but rather mammalish in my humble opinion. But I'm not at all sure about that. I've found teeth from Cervidae here before, so I'm thinking that maybe that's the case with the vertebra? Measurements: Ø13-15mm x15mm. long. I haven't got a clue on the next 2 items. The first is 10x4mm. and the second 15x5mm. Any suggestions would b
  23. Opabinia Blues

    White River Small Partial Vertebra ID

    Hello, everyone, Lately this summer I’ve been doing a bit of casual fossil collecting (with explicit permission!) on some land that a very close family friend owns in Weld County, Colorado that has a lot of exposure of the White River Formation, and I’ve collected a sizable amount of material including some pretty awesome finds. Being an amateur, I need some help identifying some of the fossils I’ve collected. Since the forum has a photo upload limit per post, I’ll be making a few threads for different finds, I hope that is ok. This is a small partial verteb
  24. MrBones

    Caudal vertebra of some sort?

    Hello, I picked this strange bone up today, at first I thought it was just a tortoise bone, but after I cleaned it a bit I noticed how semetrical the sides where, and it looked more like a vertebra. I carefully cleaned out a hole that led straight through the bone. (Sorry for the bad lighting)
  25. Guns

    Real spinosaurus vertebra?

    Hello. Seller claim that this fossil is Spinosaurus vertebra from kem kem basin. May i know your thought about this vert ID. to me personally i think it look a bit like Croc vert. (not sure tho. i have a hard time ID some vert lately.) thank you.
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