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Appreciate it guys, I have a feeling its a chub?fsasdfsdasdsfd.thumb.jpg.a13a33ad571786055657057545d6a5fd.jpg

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Al Dente

Most likely chubutensis or angustidens. Do you know where it is from? Which formation?

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FossilizedJello
11 hours ago, Al Dente said:

Most likely chubutensis or angustidens. Do you know where it is from? Which formation?

I have a friend who recently obtained it from an estate sale, so no unfortunately. Sorry I should mention from the get go.

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MarcoSr
13 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

 

A lot of the teeth in the Otodus lineage are impossible to ID to a species based upon tooth features alone because of the wide ranging variation of tooth features within each Otodus crono species and the overlap of tooth features among the species.  Unfortunately the time-frame of the formation that the teeth come from is needed for an accurate id.

 

Marco Sr.

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