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SharkySarah

Going through my collection and trying to put a name to these. From the Calvert formation. Please note the numbers on the paper, these are to identify the individual teeth 

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will stevenson

you can use this website ;)

https://www.fossilguy.com/sites/calvert/calv_srk.htm#sphyrna

i think that would be easier than us trying to deal with all the numbers but maybe another kind member could do it for you but that website will explain it well for you

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Top Trilo

Just by looking at the pictures from the website will stevenson posted I believe these are good matches.

7. Carcharhinus Brachyurus

8. Carcharhinus Brachyurus

9. Lemon Shark

11. Maybe Carcharhinus falciformis or lemon shark

12. Carcharhinus Brachyurus

14. Carcharhinus falciformis

28. Carcharhinus falciformis

 

I am not sure if these are correct but they were the closest I could find on the website. I would recommend looking at those to see if you think they match

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Adam86cucv
1 hour ago, will stevenson said:

you can use this website ;)

https://www.fossilguy.com/sites/calvert/calv_srk.htm#sphyrna

i think that would be easier than us trying to deal with all the numbers but maybe another kind member could do it for you but that website will explain it well for you

That site has lots of good info on it.    I also picked up a book a while back called  "Fossil Shark Teeth of the World" from Amazon (I'm sure other places carry it as well).  It also maybe handy to look at.

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SharkySarah

I think the book would be more helpful. I’m looking at the fossil guy website and am more and more confused

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