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Tamachotte   04-02-2011 om 10:43

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what do you think about this teeth ? specialy the big one (left side)

 
0dinofthenorth   04-02-2011 om 17:09

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Hi! Welcome to the forum mate! I think the 2 on the right side are Spinosaurus teeth, the 2 middle ones, Pterosaur, and the one on the left a Spinosaurus tooth I think.
Hope this helps!
Greetings,
Thomas.

 
t-rex   04-02-2011 om 21:33

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I think the same as Thomas. de one on the right looks like one I have myself but my'ne is from a Carcharadontosaurus. I'm not sure but it looks like a Spinosaur tooth.

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Tamachotte   07-02-2011 om 12:45

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it's not a spino or a croco , what else ?

 
The Stone   07-02-2011 om 14:36

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Suchomimus tenerensis for the larger curved ones.
Spinosaurus aegypticus for the larger straight ones.
Small slim round teeth mostly Pterosaurs.

[Bewerkt door The Stone op 07-02-2011 om 14:40 NL]

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0dinofthenorth   07-02-2011 om 17:52

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quote:
The Stone wrote:
Suchomimus tenerensis for the larger curved ones.
Spinosaurus aegypticus for the larger straight ones.
Small slim round teeth mostly Pterosaurs.

[Bewerkt door The Stone op 07-02-2011 om 14:40 NL]

Yes, I would agree with you there.

 
Tamachotte   07-02-2011 om 19:06

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thank you for this identification , what about this fish from the same formation?

 
Duys   07-02-2011 om 19:42

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Nice things!

 
0dinofthenorth   08-02-2011 om 18:24

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quote:
Tamachotte wrote:
thank you for this identification , what about this fish from the same formation?

Yes, you have some very nice things! Did you find them all?
I am not sure with this one, a close up of the fossils will help.

 
Tamachotte   08-02-2011 om 22:44

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hello , yes i find this piece , and more. i try to make more picture

 
0dinofthenorth   09-02-2011 om 18:16

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quote:
Tamachotte wrote:
hello , yes i find this piece , and more. i try to make more picture

OK!

 
The Stone   10-02-2011 om 19:52

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The piece on the left could be:
Phaccodus cf. puntatus



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