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Id please

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  • Fossildude19 changed the title to Found in Peace River 2

Not a Florida guy so won't guess on id, but whenever you are taking pictures of fossils for ID please add shots from multiple sides and for molar like teeth always include a picture of the "top" of the tooth, the chewing surface, as that is frequently the defining feature.

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Bone Daddy

Need to see a clear up-close photo of the top chewing-surface of the tooth. Looks like some kind of mammal, but impossible to say without looking at the top of it.

 

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Harry Pristis

It's the first premolar, a p3, in the jaw of a lamine camelid, probably Paleolama mirifica.

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Shellseeker
11 hours ago, Harry Pristis said:

It's the first premolar, a p3, in the jaw of a lamine camelid, probably Paleolama mirifica.

 

and it is tiny.  I have never come across one this small !!

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