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These two teeth are from Purse Park, MD. What are these two? The cusp on the first one is interesting.

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The Jersey Devil

Some may possibly be Cretalamna 

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hokietech96

The first one looks like goblin to me. Anomotodon novus

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FossilsAnonymous

I think your fourth picture is Cretalamna sp. because of the shape of its cusps, possibly appendiculata

 

 The cusp on your picture seems to show patterns of wear, especially because of the normality of the other cusp.

 

Picture #1 is some form of sand tiger, possibly b. lerichei. Of course, it could also be a. novus, when they are worn they are very difficult to differentiate from the sand tiger multitude.

 

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hokietech96

I thought it was b. Lerichei but the cusps made me go towards a. Novus. I have a goblin with similar cusps

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Searcher78

Picture 1 & 3 are same tooth.

picture 2 & 4 are same tooth.

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Al Dente

First one might be Striatolamia, the second looks like Isurolamna.

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non-remanié

1/3  is Isurolamna.

 

 

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Coco
34 minutes ago, hokietech96 said:

I thought it was b. Lerichei but the cusps made me go towards a. Novus. I have a goblin with similar cusps

What means "B." in B. lerichei please ? ("B." in capital letters and lerichei without capital letters, and all in italics preferably).

 

Coco

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FossilsAnonymous

@Coco  Brachycarcharias lerichei

 

 

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Coco

Thanks. I was right to ask because I didn’t know that genus name !

 

Coco

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FossilsAnonymous
10 minutes ago, Coco said:

Thanks. I was right to ask because I didn’t know that genus name !

 

Coco

Of course! It was my fault if I didn’t discuss the genus name before making the abbreviation. I’ll work on it!

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The Jersey Devil
1 hour ago, non-remanié said:

1/3  is Isurolamna.

 

 


How do you tell the difference between that and Cretalamna?

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Searcher78

I’m going with Isurolamna for 2/4.

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Searcher78

1/3 is a type of sand tiger with weird cusps, I think.

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