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Here's a few teeth that have me stumped from Southeast Alabama. The area they were found is right in the middle of the Tallahatta formation which should point to them being from the Eocene. We found over twenty of them in the same area with the sizes ranging from 1" to 1/4' inch long. Each tooth is curved and has deep ridges that run the entire length of the tooth, though some are worn more than others. The bases are all round which points me in the direction of a crocodile of some sort but that's where I'm getting stuck...I cant seem to find anything that resembles it online so any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks, Terence Here's a picture of the other items that were associated with them
Pristiformes posted a topic in Questions & AnswersI'm wondering if anyone here can help me locate the contact info for a collector by the name of Norman Daniels? I believe he collected at the old Frankstown site in MS and also at the Tallahatta Formation perhaps at the Point A Dam in Andalusia, AL. Hoping he can provide some more locality info on some wonderful fossil specimens of Propristis that he collected some years ago and which I purchased from Steve Alter recently. I'd greatly appreciate any info you can provide! Thanks, Jason Seitz Gainesville, Florida