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Found 8 results

  1. Great White Shark

    Here u have GW
  2. GW or hubbelli?

    I saw this for sale online, not incredibly pricey. It is labeled great white, but the serrations look to go away towards the top, could this be a hubbelli? I’m looking for a hubbelli for a reasonable price, so I’m hoping for a yes but keeping hopes low. It’s Peruvian, so probably piasco formation of memory serves(not sure if I spelled that right) Im not very familiar with them so I’m asking you smart people. I’m going to tag @sagacious because I know he knows these well. Thanks for any responses!
  3. The mail box was a particularly good hunting spot for me today, and most of the fossils I bought will go on the mailbox score thread, but today I will take the time to show off my progress on my evolution set. The problem with these are the harder to get specimens, the Carcharocles chubutensis is the first challenge. I’ve been looking for one that doesn’t break the bank for a while now, and finally I found one. This chub (from North Carolina I believe but I have to check on that) has the vestigial cusps and finer serrations. It is complete as well and about two inches (my target size). The only problem being it is a posterior tooth. This is not a huge problem, as I can work the rest of the set around it. This is the set of three so far, of course there will most likely be some switching out, as the meg has damage from biting and the angy is missing a side, but for now it is fine. Now I’m going to need a two inch posterior specimen of the following: Cretolamna Appendiculta, otodus obliquus, otodus askuaticus, carcharocles auriculatus, carcharocles sokolovi. This will take a while.... pm me if you are looking to sell one of these (low on trading material right now). Im also working on a Great white evolution set, which will likely take just as long or longer (I like a challenge) which consists currently of a GW and a Hastilis, although I may switch out the hastilis for a broader one. I’m looking for an isurolamna inflata, a isurus (macrorhizodus) praecursor, a escheri, and the elusive Hubbelli (this one will probably take the longest, just as sokolovi will probably take the longest for the other lineage). I have my eyes on a escheri (and yes I just found out it is actually a separate sister taxon, I’ll include it anyway for convergent evolution) on one site, but if I can get one cheaper somewhere else I will. Again you have one of these (especially Hubbelli) that you’d be willing to let go of, let me know and if it’s for a reasonable price I’ll buy it. These again looking around two inches and anterior (not posterior this time) but I will taylor this around the Hubbelli. I will also need to display these, I’m thinking riker mount, comment on any ideas for display. I’m thinking of putting both these sets in the same mount (it will have to be a big one though, still thinking it through). Thanks for reading!
  4. Blue Site GW's

    From the album Mitchu Fossils

    Great quarry, undisclosed location, NC. No roots ever on the teeth I found except one.
  5. Great Whites

    From the album Mitchu Fossils

    Just a hand full of GW's
  6. From the album GMR Finds

    Great White's (Carcharodon Carcharias) found in Greenville NC November of 2015. BEST finds so far for me!! Taxonomy: Order: Lamniformes - Family: Lamnidae - Genus: Carcharodon - Species: Carcharias
  7. Beautiful Blue/white marbled Great White

    From the album Jones/Onslow County NC Belgrade Quarry finds

    Beautiful blue/white marbled tooth
  8. Well this was my 5th time going to GMR and GMR has never been to good to me. Everytime I went i would find broken, worn, and just terrible teeth. This time was just pure Awesome! I woke up at 7 sharp and my mom was on the computer looking at the forcast......NOT GOOD. But eventually we left and it cleared up! As we arrived we checked 5th street and wow....Not good it was deep! then we drove over to 10th street and it was still bad. Mom was afraid of the water and the trash on the bank so she decided to sit in the car I put on my leg waders and jumped in! It was up to my thighs and was not a bad temperture. i Build a make-shift sifter stand in the water out of cement blocks and bricks in the stream because I did not have pool noodles on my sifter. I was excited and put my first shovel in my screen and saw the usual gmr broken goblins and belemites. After a couple of screens later i found a nice porbeagle shark tooth, then after an hour of nothing good at all i found a mosasaur tooth (i think). Then about 30 minutes later i scored my first great white shark tooth ever! When i was digging i saw a huge tooth on the side of my shovel and it was so close to falling off! luckily I put the shovel full of gravel in my sifter and yanked it out. Wow it was a complete, all serations intact, tip intact, and a full root. The root is choclate brown, And the blade is blue with some tan stained into it. what a day. Thanks gmr!
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