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Small Shark Teeth, Possible Xiphactinus Teeth & A No-Clue


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Small shark teeth, a couple more possible Xiphactinus teeth (similar to previously one identified as such) and a "no-clue" (concretion ?) from the Kgm in DFW, TX area:

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Edited by sward
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Your "no clue" bean-looking thing is a pycnodont crusher plate tooth.

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Your "no clue" bean-looking thing is a pycnodont crusher plate tooth.

Yep, Auspex beat me too it. I usually call them "fossil cashews" lol. Nice teeth!

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Shark teeth on mud cracks.....

Those make me eager to get back to the chalk beds.

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Small shark teeth, a couple more possible Xiphactinus teeth (similar to previously one identified as such) and a "no-clue" (concretion ?) from the Kgm in DFW, TX area:

SIGH-you are so ho-hum about those teeth.

Brent Ashcraft

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Thanks for posting. That's a lot more luck for shark teeth than I generally have in the KGM. You'll end up with a complete Cretalamna dental series with luck like that.

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