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Hi I’m wondering what are your thoughts on this Tyrannosaur tooth?  It’s 1.25 inches and is from the Dinosaur Park Formation of Alberta.

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Also here are some other fossils I found from the Dinosaur Park Formation for sale.  Any thoughts?

 

Ankylosaur osteoderm 

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Ceratopsian phalanx 

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Lambeosaur vertebra

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Ceratopsian phalanx 

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LordTrilobite

The Ceratopsian and Hadrosaur toes are correct I think. I don't think you can identify species just by a toe though. So I think it's best to label that phalanx as Hadrosauridae indet.

The vert is hard to tell from this angle. Gonna need some straight angles, like side top and bottom for a good ID.

 

@Troodon will be able to tell more about the tooth.

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The tyrannosaur tooth is listed as coming from Drumheller which I believe is further north of Dinosaur Park formation but would need to double check.

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fossilsonwheels

Are they actually from the Dinosaur Park Formation ? Drumheller is the listed location and wouldn’t that be Horseshoe Canyon ? 

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2 minutes ago, Runner64 said:

The tyrannosaur tooth is listed as coming from Drumheller which I believe is further north of Dinosaur Park formation but would need to double check.

Exactly my thought. The listed location on those fossils is Drumheller I believe. I think they are likely from Horseshoe Canyon. 

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Agree if the Tooth is from Drumheller its Horseshoe Canyon Formation so its Albertosaurus.   Agree with the bone assessment by LT.   Need to see more images of that Ankylosaurus osteoderm and vertebrae.  Wish sellers avoid obtuse photos they are awful to ID specimens

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musicnfossils

Nice tooth. For the right price you should take it. 

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I’ve asked about the locality and have some more photos.

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Terrible views would like to see a side views of anky scute not just top and bottom.  Vert appears to be Hadrosaurid 

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