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  1. I just found this 17mm tooth today (see the below pictures) in matrix that I collected from the Eocene, Nanjemoy Formation, of Virginia awhile back. I thought that the tooth was an Otodus obliquus symphyseal tooth and sent a PM to Lutz Andres to get his opinion of the tooth. He responded back: “Hi, it's a lower symphyseal Otodus or Parotodus, and 17 mm is a bit large for Parotodus.” Because of the 17mm size and the fact that Parotodus is not reported from this Formation, I’m going with the Otodus ID. I have a number of Otodus obliquus symphyseals from Morocco but thi
  2. Hi, I bought this tooth last year and was wondering if anyone knew if it is authentic? It is about two inches long. TIA
  3. Clint08

    Nanjemoy Trip 5/7/20

    First official post! Drove to Nanjemoy with my wife to shark tooth hunt for the day. Wewere the only people there when we arrived, usually it can be pretty packed with cars. Usually we find a lot of smaller teeth and a somewhat longer sand tigers. We found two of the otodus up at the high tide line within 15 minutes of each other after walking down the beach and were both really shocked and excited. Decided to stop and eat lunch and that’s when I found the biggest and by far the biggest we have ever found and in such great condition. Only the tip of the tooth was sticking out when I spotted it
  4. Untitled

    'Cuspless' Otodus obliquus Morocco

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    An Otodus, but with 'shoulders' instead of the traditional cusplets.
  5. Untitled

    'Cuspless' Otodus obliquus Morocco

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    An Otodus, but with 'shoulders' instead of the traditional cusplets.
  6. Untitled

    Otodus obliquus Morocco

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    An interesting Otodus obliquus from Khouribga, Morocco, featuring only one cusplet, and one 'shoulder'.
  7. Untitled

    Otodus obliquus Morocco

    From the album: Cenozoic Sharks

    An interesting Otodus obliquus from Khouribga, Morocco, featuring only one cusplet, and one 'shoulder'.
  8. Brett Breakin' Rocks

    Otodus obliquus 01

    From the album: Sharks and their prey ....

    Otodus obliquus Charles County, Maryland Potomac River

    © Matthew Brett Rutland

  9. Guguita2104

    Trade-Europe

    Hi! I would like to exchange these fossils for Miocene material or Mesozoic/Cenozoic echinoids/corals. Unfortunately, I can only trade with european members. 1-Mosasaur teeth;spinosaur tooth;otodus obliquus tooth (if you need more info, please pm me).
  10. Fossil-Hound

    Otodus obliquus

    From the album: Calvert Cliffs

    Acquired during a trade with @gavialboy
  11. Mtskinner

    Possible Otodus From Rare Location

    This is what I believe to be an Otodus but I've never heard of one from Southeast Alabama. It was found where the Lisbon and Tallahatta formations run together in SE Al. The guy that found it was simply playing at a waterfall with his kids and this popped out of the sand...it's his 1st tooth so he was very ecstatic and proudly brought it in to my office asking what it was. It's right at 2-1/2" long and 1-1/4" wide...no serrations and only has one cusp. Am I missing some other possibility or is it an Otodus? As always, any comments are appreciated!
  12. Megatooth Collector

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco

    From the album: Megalodon Ancestors

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco. I know what you may be thinking, can he not read the caliper. Actually, I was paying more attention to the camera settings that properly measuring the tooth in this photo. If you notice, I am doing a poor job of measuring the largest slant length in the photo...duh! The longest side is actully the one opposite to the side being measured. I noticed this and remeasured to confirm that the tooth is 3.2 inches on the longest slant and 3.0 inches on the shorter slant which is shown in the photo.
  13. Megatooth Collector

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco

    From the album: Megalodon Ancestors

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco
  14. Megatooth Collector

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco

    From the album: Megalodon Ancestors

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco
  15. Megatooth Collector

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco

    From the album: Megalodon Ancestors

    3.2 inch Otodus obliquus from Morocco
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