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Unknown Paleozoic shark teeth

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Hello, forgive me for posting these on your thread but I have a few paleo teeth and would like some info if possible. I found these in Oklahoma. A couple of Petalodus here and I was wondering if these are average in size, quality, etc. I was fortunate in that the big one I found all of the pieces of it except for some minute parts. I think the small one is a Agassizodus? The other I don't know, maybe a Deltodus? Thanks!

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JimB88

the small one is an Acrodus (a partial one) and the big one is most likely Sandalodus. Deltodus is kind of a catch all genus now.

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WyomingRocks!

the small one is an Acrodus (a partial one) and the big one is most likely Sandalodus. Deltodus is kind of a catch all genus now.

Thank you very much. My dad found a Eldestus jaw piece and tooth where I found the Acrodus.

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