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Found 38 results

  1. Hemipristis serra 09

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Hemipristis serra Savannah, Georgia

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  2. Hemipristis serra 08

    From the album Sharks and their prey ....

    Hemipristis serra Savannah, Georgia

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  3. Hemipristis serra

    This is by far the largest Hemipristis I have ever collected. At 1.81 inches wide, it is wider than the next longest one in my collection.
  4. Huge hemipristis?

    From what I have seen of other hemi teeth, they generally aren't much bigger than 2". But this really looks like those, only much bigger. Any ideas?
  5. Good Evening Everyone, I have a few teeth (4) from the Eocene/Miocene of Florida .... Suwannee River. (1) Carcharhinus sp. (2) Hemipristis serra (1) Isurus desori (i believe) The hemi is probably the largest I own but trades are fun. I'm mostly looking for if possible a tooth or two (?) in trade .. not really that picky .. except that they have color,marbling,scarring,staining of some sort. Doesn't really have to be a 'shark' tooth either ... I know that sounds specific but I've been exploring color and irregularities in the teeth. Mother nature's art-form so to speak. If any of this sounds interesting lets chat. International is fine too .... Cheers, Brett
  6. I saw this Hemipristis tooth for sale, and I’m falling in love with it, but I was wondering if the blue color of it is a normal occurrence. It is from Bone Valley. Thanks in advance!
  7. Hi, a friend and I went out on the very low Peace River, near Wachulla last weekend. It was beautiful, We didn't find anything spectacular. I found three large but very broken Megaledon teeth, a nice 5 inch piece of deer antler including the basal spread, and these two sharks teeth that have me a bit puzzled. Besides the normal sharks here, the sand, hemipristis, great white, etc. I found these but am unsure of what they are. The first one has that unusual looking root. To me it actually looks like a baby Megaledon, but I am sure one of you will identify it in a snap....thanks. The second may be a hemipristis, from someplace in the mouth. It is the only one I have ever found like it. It is fairly smooth up the shaft to the tip, where it has those serrations. Again, one , or more of you will be able to help me out, I am sure. Though, I have now been doing this for two year and have learned much, I realize my own knowledge is like a pin scratch on a piece of glass...almost nonexistent. Thanks.
  8. So dry season is making slough hunting possible again. These were 12-24" down in a now dry creek bed all within about 4 linear feet of each other. And I happily complied with the rules of fossil hunting and broke the big one trying to get it out.
  9. FL River Hunting Feb 22 2018

    Got in a few hours of digging today and popped a few keepers out. One day I'm going to find a nice complete Meg that size.
  10. Serious Serrations

    Just thought I'd share some cool pictures I took with my macro lens, getting up close and personal with the knife-like serrations of a few teeth that I've found on my trips. Enjoy!
  11. Here are 3 pristine Hemipristis serra I collected from Brownies Beach over this past weekend. If only the lower tooth didnt have enamel peel! The biggest tooth measures 1 3/8" and was found rolling in the surf. I like the colors these teeth have from the sediment they were in.
  12. Hemi placement?

    I found this very tiny hemi a while back (Brownies beach). I was wondering if anyone could tell me the placement? This is the whole tooth (but it’s rootless) not the top of it. Thanks.
  13. Hello everyone, I've had an idea for a while now to write and illustrate a guide on the fossil shark species of SC and how to find their remains. I really am not sure where I would like to begin, but my brainstorming process apparently involves a certain amount of doodling. These pages represent studies for how I might like certain parts of the guide to look, though all text will be typed in the final product. I am looking for any feedback - critique of the artwork, topics you'd like to see covered, additional information, etc., etc. enjoy! Here's a page that started for a mock-up for the specific species Hemipristis serra. I also drew a representation of Isurus desori on the bottom... A page dedicated to Carcharocles/Otodus megalodon (as I imagine him) And a portion of a simple tooth guide (not really sure how to incorporate this yet) - And thats most of what I've got so far. What do ya'll think?
  14. 8AC484F6-9F74-4B1F-8479-42868227868B.jpeg

    From the album Shark teeth and associated fossils from Antwerp, Belgium

    Hemipristis Serra, Belgium, Antwerp area
  15. Hemipristis serra (Agassiz 1843)

    From the album Pisces

    23mm. "Snaggle tooth" weasel shark upper symphesal. From the Miocene at Calvert Cliffs, SC, USA. Obtained on a trade with mattbsharks.
  16. Hemipristis serra (Agassiz 1843)

    From the album Pisces

    3cm. "Snaggle tooth" weasel shark upper. From the Miocene at Calvert Cliffs, SC, USA. Obtained on a trade with mattbsharks.
  17. My Best Megalodon so far!

    So my daughter decided she wanted to go look for shark teeth yesterday. I went to a nearby spot that we to this point had found very little, to my surprise we found some of the best color teeth I have personally ever seen. Any suggestions on how to clean the root?
  18. Medial Phalanx

    5 years back, I found a small bone from a jaguar that increased my respect for small bones and started me down the identification process. It has a spot for claw retraction and overall a medial phalanx can be IDed as such. Fast forward to yesterday. I have been visiting the Peace River and connecting creeks, trying to find places to hunt without much success. DEEP, FAST, FULL of gators. But I am persistent and found access and even a few fossils: an Equus earbone, a nice hemi upper tooth and an unknown toe bone plus a smattering of other shark and Ray teeth. Now I can recognize a Medial Phalanx although it is only 1/2 the size of the Jaguar. I realize that it is Harry, Nate, and those other Florida toe bone hunters who find this interesting. But it does give me an opportunity to show off this: Small but almost perfect out of the clay layer... My 2017-2018 Season has STARTED!!!!.
  19. So since I went out on the bay yesterday i figured i'd press my luck and go out on the river today. Well check out the pathological hemi I scooped up.I know its hard to do it justice in pictures but check out the twists and curves on that bad boy. Plus just for @Fossil-Hound the rest of todays river finds lol.
  20. My shark tooth collection

    Hi Everyone, I just wanted to share my collection and also ask for some advice. I am looking for a good way to display my nicest makos, hemis and great whites on the top shelf. I am planning to display my megs as pictured in one of the below photos. Please comment any ideas you may have for me on how to display them. I restored a lot of the teeth in my collection. I am 16 so I have a very limited budget and could never afford all of these things if they were the real thing. That being said, here it is: colorful partial teeth small meg in matrix megalodon teeth on their shelf biggest is 6.62"
  21. Found this little Hemipristis tooth. Looks like a possible symphseal. Is complete except for a small ding on one side. Has very small ridges on outer side and couple larger points on inside. Very strange looking tooth.
  22. The Summerville slide .....

    Hello everyone, I've had an opportunity .. since school has ended, and ok in full disclosure I was there a few weeks before we let out, to hit the creeks and do a little sifting. Found some verts including a decent sized whale vert not shown here. Plenty of teeth with color and some 3" fraglodons and what-a-shame-rs. Weather has been mild for this time of year. So besides the quart of blood loss due to the hordes of mosquitos it has been a fun start to the break. Enjoy ! The largest Hemi in my collection .. a black beauty weighing in at 1.25". Some tiger teeth are always on offer .. the color has been getting more varied. A few Angustidens .. this is the best of the three missing one side cusp each .. *sigh*
  23. Hi Everyone, I have been collecting fossil teeth for a couple of months and I have noticed that all of the hemipristis teeth I have collected have complete and sharp serrations on them. However, the teeth of other species that I collect, such as megalodons, do not tend to have complete and sharp serrations. Does anyone know why hemi teeth tend to keep all of their serrations despite the millions of years of wear and tear?
  24. Hemipristis serra (Agassiz 1840)

    From the album Pisces

    17mm. Snaggletooth Weasel Shark upper. From the Miocene at Calvert Cliffs, MD. Recieved on a trade with Fossil Hound.
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