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  1. Bails

    A. grandis or Isurus?

    Hi all, I found a couple tooth today on morning hunt in Charleston, SC. I am fairly certain the first tooth (in the first two pictures) is A. grandis. However, I am unsure if the second tooth (in the last two pictures) is A. grandis, alopias sp., or isurus. I had this discussion with @MarcoSr in another thread but they resemble each other so much I still can’t tell with my eye. happy to post additional pictures if needed and thanks in advance!!
  2. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID

    Hey all, I had a fun haul today in Charleston, SC (full haul in the first couple pictures). I was wondering if anyone could ID the first two teeth (pictures 3, 4, 5, 6) and let me know if they are A. grandis or a lateral Isurus tooth. Also, could anyone ID the mako tooth (picture 7)? Is it C. hastalis, I. desori/oxyrinchus, or I. retroflexus/paucus? Thanks in advance!
  3. lysmarie94

    Tooth?

    Went in a stream in Charleston and found a bunch of shark teeth but I found this guy and have no clue what it is! Anyone have any thoughts?
  4. lysmarie94

    The sharks in the stream

    Had a great time shark tooth hunting in a stream in Charleston, SC. Wish I knew what types of sharks they came from but pretty good haul I think!
  5. Hey Everyone, very cool forum. I've been fascinated with fossils since I was a boy and recently had the opportunity to take my family on a fossil expedition to a barrier island in the Cooper River in Charleston, SC. Could anyone help me identify this tooth? From browsing your site and others I'm thinking Croc or Mosasaur. Thanks!
  6. Hi fellow fossil hunters. I am new to the forum and learning the ropes. Please let me know if there's a better area to request finding other fellow fossil companions who may be interested in doing a fossil outing around the Summerville area or Charleston. I'm pretty much a loner who has become intrigued in finding not just shark teeth but any kind of fossils just as a personal hobby. Not asking for anyone ones hidden Honey holes, just an opportunity to meet up and make a few new friends and lean some general safe places to get started in the area. If anyone is interested in getting a small g
  7. I have been fossil hunting about three years and have been to one ditch on the outskirts of Summerville sc that yielded a few colorful teeth, but it is secluded and hasn't felt very safe. It is screenable since it is outside city limits. However I'd like to find some new places to try in the area. I did walk the creek on the side of the YMCA ball field but the bottom was very hard and unfruitful and I'm not even sure I was in the right place. Can anyone offer any suggestions on where I might try as I am fairly new. I'm not asking for everyone's "honey hole" as I understand it takes work to f
  8. Sharks of SC

    Beach-Found Megalodon Teeth

    These are three of my nicer beach-found megalodon teeth from here in Charleston SC. It just goes to show that you don't need to dive to find the big guys.
  9. Today's fossil hunt with a few of the finds cataloged and posted: http://fossilforay.blogspot.com/2015/06/well-today-was-fun-fossil-hunt-for-sure.html I figured doing this via my blog rather than posting the tons of photos here would make it easier, I hope that's okay. I'm not sure of the ID on most of our finds. I'll make another blog entry with more cataloged over the next couple of days (I hope). For now, gotta jet - lots to do before we all go see Jurassic World!
  10. Lee Taylor

    Lets Go Shark Tooth Hunting

    Would like to meet others for shark tooth hunting in Charleston SC creek. I have a site targeted. . .
  11. Lee Taylor

    Lets Go Shark Tooth Hunting...

    I am always on the hunt for virgin shark tooth sites. I survey creeks and rivers for places to hunt. Part of my fun is having fossil heads meet up. I go on weekends. If you interested in hunting for sharks teeth, send me a message. If you have a site and would like some company, let me know.
  12. Hey Folks, I found this tooth yesterday at a dredge spoil site near Charleston SC (see post http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/37010-dredge-spoiled/). Material from this site is from many reworked layers, with finds ranging from Oligocene to Pliestocene epochs. The shark teeth are mostly from the Oligocene to Miocene. This tooth is peculiar - it has characteristics of an I. hastalis mako, but is very short with minute cusps. I considered Trigonotodus sp. as a candidate as well, but this tooth doesn't look quite like any examples I could find online. Any insight is much apprecia
  13. Sharks of SC

    Isurus desori

    From the album: Charleston, SC finds

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