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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.

 

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LordTrilobite

Hm. That's a very difficult one because it has very little identifiable features. Either a dorsal or caudal vert. But I see no attachment for a chevron. So I'm leaning towards a dorsal vertebra.

 

The two things that jump out to me, is that the centrum seems to be quite tall and thin. And it seems to be amphicoelous.

 

I don't think it's spinosaurid at least. Possibly croc dorsal, but since the centrum is quite tall and thin I kinda lean towards indeterminate theropod.

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6 hours ago, LordTrilobite said:

Hm. That's a very difficult one because it has very little identifiable features. Either a dorsal or caudal vert. But I see no attachment for a chevron. So I'm leaning towards a dorsal vertebra.

 

The two things that jump out to me, is that the centrum seems to be quite tall and thin. And it seems to be amphicoelous.

 

I don't think it's spinosaurid at least. Possibly croc dorsal, but since the centrum is quite tall and thin I kinda lean towards indeterminate theropod.

Thank you! 

it would be so nice if it acutually belong to some kind of theropod!!! 

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