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dinodigger

Dimetrodon teeth have come up lately and I havent posted in a long time. This specimen is grandis species from the Arroyo formation. Older species are smaller and have interesting fluting, something we don't typically see in the later, more advanced guys who also have larger, more robust teeth with coarser serrations. 

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Tidgy's Dad

Yay, indeed.

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Bobby Rico

I love the recent posts it is like Christmas. Thanks @dinodigger you made my day

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dinodigger
8 minutes ago, Bobby Rico said:

I love the recent posts it like Christmas. Thanks @dinodigger you made my day

Any day with a Ddon is a good day.

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Would love to see the whole fossil rather than just the teeth also ;)

 

love the wacky pre Dino critters!

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You made any cool amphibian collections down there? I feel like you're one of the few museums actively collecting Clear Fork these days

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thelivingdead531

I, too, would love to see the whole thing if possible. :wub:

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