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  1. SharkySarah

    P. contortus?

    Fairly confident this is a P. contortus but would love a second opinion. From the Calvert formation.
  2. SharkySarah

    Carcharhinus sp 2

    From the Calvert formation I think it’s a Carcharhinus sp. but would really appreciate a second opinion.
  3. SharkySarah

    Carcharhinus sp. 1

    This tooth is from the Calvert formation. I would like a second opinion but I think it’s a Carcharhinus sp. yes or no??
  4. readinghiker

    Unidentified shark

    Hey all! Still working on the Cabezon fauna, which looks to be never ending! I have, so far, over 16,000 fossils (mostly selachian teeth) recovered from ant hills. I just went out yesterday and got another 100 pounds of ant hill to go through. Although most of the teeth are scapanorhynchus and cretolamna, there are several other species represented, including some very small orectolobids. I also run across a few that I have not seen in the literature or in other museum collections, so I am going to post a few this week to pick your brains. The first one could be
  5. SharkySarah

    Help needed

    I’m currently looking on fossil guy but I’m stumped. Ideas?
  6. SharkySarah

    Lemon shark

    I think this is a lemon shark from the Calvert formation. Any thoughts?
  7. SharkySarah

    Tiger teeth

    Trying to use fossil guy to ID teeth from the Calvert formation. Is this a tiger?
  8. SharkySarah

    Brachyurus?

    I’m trying to use fossil guy to identify fossils from the Calvert formation. I think this is Brachyurus but I’m looking for a second opinion.
  9. SharkySarah

    Lemon shark?

    I think this is a lemon shark tooth. From Calvert formation. Trying to use fossil guy to help but am so new to this
  10. SharkySarah

    Hemi or another shark?

    Hemipristis or another shark type. Found in Calvert formation. Trying to use fossil guy but still not good at this.
  11. All, I have been finding a few dermal denticles in Northeast Oklahoma Pennsylvanian shales. Based on published reports and images from our area, I believe these are Petrodus. I’ve attached an image of two denticles I found yesterday. I’ve been looking for images of the entire shark because I’m curious about the animal’s overall appearance; however, I’m only finding images of the denticles. Do scientists know what these sharks looked like, and if so, does anyone know of resources containing overall images? Best wishes.
  12. SharkySarah

    Any idea what these are?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. All from the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper identify the different teeth.
  13. SharkySarah

    Can someone identify these?

    Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. From the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper, these are to identify the individual teeth
  14. SharkySarah

    Lower hemi or sand-tiger?

    Are these sans-tigers or Hemipristis? Found in the Calvert formation. Note the different numbers for different teeth.
  15. SharkySarah

    Tiger or tiger-like?

    Sorry I’m posting so much. I’m going through my collections and putting names to things. Are these tiger like or tiger sharks? Please note the numbers on the sticky notes since there are multiple teeth. Found in the Calvert formation
  16. SharkySarah

    Is this a sand tiger tooth?

    Is this a sand tiger tooth? Found in the Calvert formation
  17. SharkySarah

    What is this?

    Found this in the Calvert formation. Is it too worn to identify?
  18. Hello. I was wondering if I could get some recommendations for a good shark tooth identification field guide for the Carolina's (or just a general guide). I currently use 'Fossil Shark Teeth of the World' by Joe Cocke. I like the book and layout, but the pictures are black and white and often not very good. I would also be interested in a more desk bound book if it included more high quality pictures. Thanks!
  19. Here is a brief report from one of our latest forays into Calvert County, MD. The well-known stretch of shoreline along the western Chesapeake Bay is loaded with Miocene fossils, with the Calvert, St. Mary's, and Choptank formations progressively exposed along a ~24 mile stretch of beach and cliffs. We found an Airbnb in Lusby, MD which was not too far from Matoaka Lodges, which seemed the best bet since the nearly 2 mile walk to the beaches at Calvert Cliffs State Park is impractical for our family at this time. Covid-19 and Maryland's onerous private land regulations can make it
  20. Kolya

    Shark tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to ID. Max. length: 8 mm. Location: Western Ukraine. Age: probably Miocene. Thanks in advance!
  21. ckam888

    Check me on shark tooth id

    Hi all. I'm pretty sure these are GW teeth. I don't see any evidence of a bourlette. The only think troubling me is the root. I can't remember seeing GW teeth from Aurora or GMR (where these are from) with this type of curved root. Maybe transitional? Thanks for you time.
  22. Vieira

    In situ

    From the album: Fossil Collection

  23. Vieira

    Shark vertebra

    From the album: Fossil Collection

  24. Kolya

    Shark tooth ID

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth if possible. On a basic of crown is small striation. Length: 4 mm. Age: Middle Miocene. Location: Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  25. Jesuslover340

    Shark Teeth and Misc.

    Figured I might sift through some shark teeth and misc. aquatic creature fossils I have stored in a couple boxes and post them here and perhaps learn a bit more about them from more knowledgeable members. These aren't arranged in any order, unfortunately, as I really don't know much about sharks and am still learning, so if anything stands out, please let me know! I must also apologize for the poor photo quality-I don't have any fancy set ups and this is just a quick perusal of what I have and throw it up here on the forum kinda night, haha. Scale is in mm/cm; I have listed the names and count
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