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  1. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 6.18.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

    On site
  2. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 6.18.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

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    O. angustidens 6.18.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

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    O. angustidens 6.18.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

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    O. angustidens 7.13.22 CB

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

    On site
  6. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 8.4.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

    On site
  7. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 8.4.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  8. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 8.4.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  9. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 6.26.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  10. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 6.26.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  11. Fin Lover

    I. retroflexus 7.31.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  12. Fin Lover

    I. retroflexus 7.31.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  13. Fin Lover

    I. retroflexus 7.31.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  14. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 7.13.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  15. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 7.13.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  16. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 7.13.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

    Onsite
  17. Fin Lover

    O. angustidens 7.13.22

    From the album: South Carolina Finds

  18. Hi all! Been a while since I've had some time to go fossil hunting. I'm currently on vacation in South Carolina and finally took a trip to Edisto Beach. Even though I lived in Charleston for 4 years I never visited!. I found a few fossils, but I'm not sure what they are. I know one is obviously a shark tooth. I want to say some are fragments of mammoth teeth but I always get excited and think everything's an elephant tooth (I studied mammoths and mastodons in grad school). I'm not sure what the more rounded one is at all. My fiancee also found a piece of pottery but I'm not sure if anyone is i
  19. bthemoose

    Cardabiodon or Dwardius?

    I acquired the tooth below a little over a year ago along with some Cretodus crassidens teeth from a Texas collector. They're from a Dallas County, Texas, site that exposes a buffer zone between the Eagle Ford and Woodbine Formations (Cenomanian-Turonian). All of the teeth were identified to me as Cretodus, and that appears to be correct for the others, but I'm pretty sure the ID on this one is incorrect. On further examination, it appears to be a cardabiodontid, though I'm not sure whether Dwardius or Cardabiodon. The slant length is just under 39 mm. @ThePhysicist @siteseer, you
  20. AmberJ

    What shark is this tooth from?

    Hi! I’m not very familiar with shark teeth and never found one until this week, but apparently this one is a great find. What shark is this tooth from and how do I preserve it?
  21. mr fossil

    Florida fossil shark teeth

    Hello! i found these fossil shark teeth in the peace river near Arcadia, Florida what are the species of shark each tooth came from?. and is tooth number 2 a Megaladon? thank you for your time!
  22. Fin Lover

    Lower great white or meg?

    As I explore more around Summerville/Ladson, I am starting to find a few teeth that I haven't found before. This one from yesterday has me confused. First guess would be lower great white, after searching old posts on this forum because of the nutrient foramen and lack of cusps (if it had cusps, I would say angy). Root shape doesn't match upper great white, but I think it could be lower (maybe). Doubts about great white are that the serrations look small and the root still doesn't match most of the pics I see of great white. Also not sure if this has a small bourlette or it's just part of the
  23. Fin Lover

    Alopias or Paratodus sp.?

    Found this tooth yesterday, washed out of the high bank along a creek in Ladson, SC (near Summerville). Have found teeth from multiple epochs here in the past. I have been looking at Alopias grandis and Paratodus benedini, but I have never found either and definitely need some help. It has enamel "shoulders" (looks like cusps that never really came all of the way out). Thank you!
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