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  1. Harry_

    Shark teeth ID please

    Hello, recently went on a trip to highcliffe beach/Barton on Sea (both have same formations and stretch of beach). I found 11 water-worn shark teeth from the shingle which are attached (I can post more of specific ones if needed) and lots of gastropods directly from the Barton clay, pictures will follow tomorrow if those. The formation is 40M years old. I have some rough ideas for what they may be but need some help Going from left to right starting on the first row: 1&2 I believe to be sand tiger shark of some sort. 3,4,5 and 6 I thought could be Carcharodon Auric
  2. wessex_man

    Upper fish Jaw

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Upper fish Jaw. (unidentified)
  3. wessex_man

    Turtle bone

  4. wessex_man

    Ray tail-spine

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Ray tail-spine
  5. wessex_man

    Leidybatis sp

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Leidybatis sp. ?
  6. wessex_man

    Fish Vertebra

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Fish Vertebra
  7. wessex_man

    fish tail vertebra

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    fish tail vertebra
  8. wessex_man

    Fish scales

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Fish scales.
  9. wessex_man

    Cylindracanthus rectus

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Cylindracanthus rectus. (Dixon 1844) Sawfish rostrum pieces.
  10. wessex_man

    Carcharias sp.

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Carcharias sp.
  11. wessex_man

    Carcharhiniform Shark

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Carcharhiniform Shark
  12. wessex_man

    Arius egertoni.jpg

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Arius egertoni (Dixon 1850)
  13. wessex_man

    Basilosaurus sp.

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Basilosaurus sp. Very rolled dorsal vertebral centrum. Further reading 'Notes on Fossil Whales from the Upper Eocene of Barton Hampshire by L. Beverly Halstead & Jennifer Middleton' PROC. GEOL. . VOL 83 PART 2 1972 p185-190
  14. wessex_man

    Zygorhiza wanklyni

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Zygorhiza wanklyni (?) (Seeley 1876) Fossil whale material is not common from Barton two species are recorded. According to the British NHM this is " centrum of anterior lumber vertabra of archaeocete whale. Of the two genera recorded from the Barton Clay, it is closest to Zygorhiza. However, there are a few anomalous features, like the presence of 3 ventral ridges which might indicate that it is not this genus. The circular scar on the R-H ventral surface may represent where the gastropod (possibly Calyptraea) was attached as the vertabra lay on the sea floor" It was su
  15. wessex_man

    Sphyraenodus sp.

    From the album: Barton Beds Hampshire UK Fish-Reptile-Mammal

    Sphyraenodus sp.
  16. wessex_man

    Cybium sp.

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