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My collection at this moment. Sorry about the quality of some of the photos.

 

A Spinosaurus Tooth

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Partial Mammoth Tooth

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Whale Tooth (Stated to be a Basilasaurus)

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Glossotherium Tooth

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Carcharodontosaurus Tooth

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Insect Exoskeleton (stated to be Arthropleura)

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Megalodon Tooth

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Edmontosaurus Partial Rib

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Cave Bear Paw

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Rebbachisaurus Tooth

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Whoolly Rhino Bone

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The best Ammonite I found at Lyme Regis

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Toe Bone (Stated to be Achelosaurus)

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Bone Fragment (Stated to be Agujaceratops)

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Centrosaurus Bone Fragment

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Plesiosaur Tooth

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Triceratops Tooth

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Saltasaur Eggshell

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Ankylosaurus Scute 

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T. Rex Bone Fragment

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Polished Iguanodon Bone

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Bone Fragment (Stated to be Maiasaura)

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Prodeinotherium Tooth

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Gomphotheres Tooth

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Glyptodon Armour

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Thanks for sharing your collection! I like the diversity that you have.:)

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Nice. 

I love the ammonite that you found. :wub:

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Welcome to the Forum. :)

 

Please post your images directly on the Forum. 

Using a 3rd party provider can cause some issues with viewing, and, ... when the links eventually go inactive, making what was an interesting post just a bunch of blank pages.  :( 

Thanks, and Welcome again.  ;) 

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Very nice  Promicroceras ammonite I have a few from different locations and the do fossilise well. I really like seeing your  diverse collection. 
 

welcome to the forum 

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Posting the photos here for posterity. 

 

1_spinosaurus_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgnj-pre.jpg 2_mammoth_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgnd-pre.jpg 3_basilasaurus_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgn3-pre.jpg

 

4_glossotherium_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgms-pre.jpg 5_carcharodontosaurus_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgmn-pre.jpg 8_edmontosaurus_rib_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgli-pre.jpg

7_megalodon_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvglz-pre.jpg  9_cave_bear_paw_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgla-pre.jpg

 

10_rebbachisaurus_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgl3-pre.jpg  11_wooly_rhino_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgkv-pre.jpg  12_ammonite_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgkl-pre.jpg

 

13_achelosurus_toe_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgka-pre.jpg  14_agujaceratops_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgjk-pre.jpg

 

15_centrosaurus_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgja-pre.jpg  16_plesiosaur_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgj0-pre.jpg

 

16_triceratops_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgit-pre.jpg  17_saltasaur_eggshell_by_tyrantking169_ddkvif4-pre.jpg

 

18_ankylosaurus_scute_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgia-pre.jpg  21_maiasaura_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvghr-pre.jpg

 

19_t__rex_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgi7-pre.jpg  20_iguanodon_bone_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgi0-pre.jpg

 

22_prodeinotherium_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvghh-pre.jpg  23_gomphotheres_tooth_by_tyrantking169_ddkvgh4-pre.jpg

 

24_glyptodon_armour_plate_by_tyrantking169_ddkvifi-pre.jpg  ddkvgme-8213dd02-bd04-4f65-bf87-60f3a30e834a.jpg

 

 

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16 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

Welcome to the Forum. :)

 

Please post your images directly on the Forum. 

Using a 3rd party provider can cause some issues with viewing, and, ... when the links eventually go inactive, making what was an interesting post just a bunch of blank pages.  :( 

Thanks, and Welcome again.  ;) 


Hi Fossildude19

 

Sorry I’m out all day (still am) but was going to change things once I got home. Thanks for saving the images, do you still me to change the originals.

 

Also a big thank you to everyone for your intreast in my collection.

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Long time no chat everyone. Sorry but after I joined a lot in my life has changed, to the point I met the love of my life and we have decided to get married. Here are the latest editions to my collection since I last posted.

 

Stegodon Tooth

Stegodon Tooth by Tyrantking169

 

Columbian Mammoth Tooth

Columbian Mammoth Tooth by Tyrantking169

 

Southern Mammoth Tooth

Southen Mammoth Tooth by Tyrantking169

 

Palaeoloxodon Jaw Bone

Palaeoloxodon Jaw Bone by Tyrantking169

 

Albertosaurus Tooth
Albertosaurus Tooth by Tyrantking169


Carcharodontosaurus Tooth
Carcharodontosaurus Tooth by Tyrantking169


Camarasaurus Partial Rib
Camarasaurus Partial Rib by Tyrantking169


Lambeosaurus Bone
Lambeosaurus Bone by Tyrantking169


Brachylophosaurus Bone
Brachylophosaurus Bone by Tyrantking169



 

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The info on the Albertosaurus tooth is a bit conflicting. Both Daspletosaurus and Gorgosaurus are found in the Judith River fm., Gorgosaurus has been lumped into Albertosaurus by some, but is still considered its own genus. Judith River does not extend into the Maastrichtian (in the time range of 67 mya), rather it's Campanian being around 79-75 million years old. 

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1 hour ago, PaleoNoel said:

The info on the Albertosaurus tooth is a bit conflicting. Both Daspletosaurus and Gorgosaurus are found in the Judith River fm., Gorgosaurus has been lumped into Albertosaurus by some, but is still considered its own genus. Judith River does not extend into the Maastrichtian (in the time range of 67 mya), rather it's Campanian being around 79-75 million years old. 

Thanks for the info. I'm not overly bothered as having a fossil from  any of those three dinosaurs teeth would be great. 

 

So we are thinking Gorgosaurus? I'll change the label at some point.

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20 hours ago, PaleoNoel said:

The info on the Albertosaurus tooth is a bit conflicting. Both Daspletosaurus and Gorgosaurus are found in the Judith River fm., Gorgosaurus has been lumped into Albertosaurus by some, but is still considered its own genus. Judith River does not extend into the Maastrichtian (in the time range of 67 mya), rather it's Campanian being around 79-75 million years old. 

plus Albertosaurus is only know from the Horseshoe Canyon Formation 

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