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Lee Creek Shark Tooth For I D Please

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This is one of the smallest shark teeth I've ever found. It comes from the matrix sent to me by sixgill pete. Can anyone tell me which species it is? Thanks.

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old bones

any ideas on this one?

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Al Dente

One possibility is a symphyseal tooth from some species of Carcharhinus. I find quite a few when I'm picking micro matrix.

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sixgill pete

I agree with Eric on this one. Possibly a Carcharhinus symphyseal tooth.

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old bones

One possibility is a symphyseal tooth from some species of Carcharhinus. I find quite a few when I'm picking micro matrix.

I agree with Eric on this one. Possibly a Carcharhinus symphyseal tooth.

Thank you both. I shall label it 'possible Carcharhinus symphyseal'. I do have others just like it from the same matrix, but this one was in the best shape for a photograph.

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