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  1. 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
  2. I have spent many hours this week scouring all the great meg photos and data on the site, however I have a very large plaster cast of a meg tooth that the Dean wants prepped, restored and made ready for a board meeting in two weeks. Good news is I can make that happen. this is a poor detail cast and has had sloppy grinder work done it in addition to at least three layers of badly applied spray enamel. Good news is I have it in a xylene/toluene/dichloromethane bath to strip the paint and preserve the plaster. bad news is I’m having trouble properly scaling the serrations
  3. Hi everyone I just ordered some more microfossil matrix samples, most of which are rich in shark teeth. But I would like to know what to expect from the matrix, which means I am looking for websites of pdf's which describe the species from those locations. The first is from Lee Creek Mine, Yorktown Formation, Aurora, North Carolina (Miocene), I did find an ID section of Lee Creek teeth on elasmo.com but it wasn't extremely extensive. The second sample is a shark tooth rich Limestone Block (which still needs to be disolved) from the Mesaverde Formation, R
  4. Bails

    Shark Tooth ID Please

    Hey all, I just got back from a quick shark tooth hunt in Charleston, SC after a day of work and was pretty excited when I stumbled upon this tooth. It is about an inch long.Can someone help me ID it? Parotodus benedini? Alopias grandis? Something else? Happy to post additional pictures if needed. Thanks!!
  5. FossilizedShoe

    ID Help - 2 Shark Teeth from Charleston SC

    I found these two teeth on a recent fossil hunting trip in the Charleston, SC area. The tooth on the left is 15mm and the tooth on the right is 13mm.
  6. BellamyBlake

    Book Suggestion

    I've been dabbling in (becoming obsessed with) books on dinosaurs. Now, I don't know what the type I enjoy are called, but I can describe them and have examples, too. I enjoy a narrative style of writing. A story - not necessarily a field guide or pure facts, but understanding the narrator's experiences during a hunt or explanations of the evolutionary process. Exciting, vivid descriptions where I can imagine I'm there. Immersive prose. Even the history of dinosaurs, in that I want to know about the paleontologists who discovered them, the fraud, smuggling, and other illegal conduc
  7. Got my little brother this shark tooth an ID would be great thanks in advance
  8. Fossilcollector4

    Identification

    I also need help identifying this Shark I bought it a couple years back?
  9. Fossilcollector4

    Shark tooth

    I found this in Gainesville, Fl if anyone can help me identify the tooth that would be great.
  10. I_gotta_rock

    So Many Minis!

    From the album: Aurora/Lee Creek Mine Micro Matrix

    This assemblage came from one cup (about 340 ml) of micro matrix from Aurora Fossil Museum. Oddly, they are generally much larger than most of what I found in the rest of the matrix. They are all from either the Pliocene or Pleistocene. See album description.
  11. I_gotta_rock

    Shark Teeth Sizes

    From the album: Aurora/Lee Creek Mine Micro Matrix

    The large and the small of it: two shark teeth from Aurora's "Emergency Kit" next to a sewing pin. Pliocene/Pleistocene from Aurora Fossil Museum micro matrix Aurora, North Carolina
  12. Kolya

    Shark tooth for ID

    Hello! Help please to identify tooth. Scale - mm. Age - Miocene most probably. Western Ukraine. Thanks in advance!
  13. Ptimario

    Manasota Beach, Fl Finds - Newbie

    These were found on Manasota Beach over the weekend. Is the shark tooth a mako? The other two we have no clue. Thanks so much.
  14. Hey all, I recently got into hunting for sharks teeth in March when COVID hit. My fiancé’s father gave us an old shadow box over the weekend and I pulled out some of my favorite teeth to display in it from some of my hunts. Before that I just had them in mason jars. All of the teeth were found in Charleston, SC from March - September from 3-4 different spots. I just snapped a couple pictures, but I can provide more if there is interest. As far as organization goes... - Row 1, 2: Megs; Angys - Row 3: Great White teeth - Row 4, 5, 6: C. hastalis; Makos;
  15. annkahaly

    Shark Tooth ID Help Needed

    Hi! I found this shark tooth at Clam Pass in Naples, FL yesterday. I've only found two other super tiny teeth on the beach here during my 20+ years of living here... so I was pretty thrilled to find this one. Can anyone help me ID it? Thanks so much!
  16. Bails

    Shark Teeth ID please

    Hey all, Could someone help me ID these two smaller teeth? Both were found in Charleston, South Carolina. Thanks so much!
  17. Bradley Flynn

    Shark and mammal id please

    Took a very early morning trip to the beach with my daughter this morning and we found some very nice things. Im thinking that the shark teeth are Mako sp? And maybe white shark? Have no clue on the bones. The bigger one might be a partial whale vert? The two smaller ones I can't place at all. From what I have read on the area is that it's Miocene to late pliocene in age, terrestrial and marine species are found on this stretch of beach and further inland. Thanks for everyone's expertise.
  18. sixgill pete

    10 Years

    On Sept. 23 2010 a basically novice fossil collector was looking online trying to I.D. some shark teeth from Lee Creek. While he had been "collecting" for more than a decade it was not a truly serious hobby. While surfing the web he stumbled upon this fledgling thing called the fossil forum. Something told this guy to go ahead and become a member. When asked for a screen name, even though his name was Don he decided on sixgill pete. That was because one of his grandsons had called him that on a hunt. Well the rest is history. 10 years later to the day, he is
  19. Top Trilo

    Unidentified shark teeth

    I have two shark teeth that I don’t know what shark it belongs to. I’ve had them for years and haven’t payed much attention because I forgot about them. I know the one in the bottle is modern but an ID would still help. Not sure about the other one I know the root is broken and unfortunately it’s split in half but it’s darker so I don’t know if it’s fossil or not. I just want to know what shark owned these teeth and if the second tooth is modern or fossilized. Thanks
  20. Misha

    Harding sandstone question

    Hi guys, I recently purchased some processed Harding sandstone, I was looking for unprocessed stuff but I could not find any for sale so I had to just go with this. The fossils arrived today and I have been examining them with my microscope, I find this stuff very fascinating. My question is regarding these fossils here: the ID guide that came with them claims they are sharks but I find this strange, I believe chondrichthyes only appeared in the Late Silurian so how could this be? Are they something else, and if so do we know what that something would be? Also if the
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