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JarrodB

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Here's some of my best Texas teeth. All personal finds except for the partial Tyrannosaurid tooth. The little red tooth on the bottom is also Mosasaur. 

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Macrophyseter

Woah, I want some of that stuff too!

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WhodamanHD

Nice finds!

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Fossildude19

I like your display method! :) 

Nice collection of Texas Teeth!

 

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Jesuslover340

Nice! Not going to tell us what each is for those of us unfamiliar with Texas fauna? :P

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Shellseeker

Very Nice.  Great display case. I like the one lower left and don't even know what it is...

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JarrodB
15 minutes ago, Shellseeker said:

Very Nice.  Great display case. I like the one lower left and don't even know what it is...

Thanks. The lower left is a smaller Mosasaur tooth with great colors. 

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JarrodB
19 hours ago, Jesuslover340 said:

Nice! Not going to tell us what each is for those of us unfamiliar with Texas fauna? :P

Thanks. The partial tooth is Tyrannosaurid. Two shark teeth on the left and the wide shark tooth on the right are Ginsu Shark (Cretoxyrhina Mantelli). All the black teeth, the red tooth on the bottom and the white tooth on top missing the enamel are all Mosasaur. The large Mosasaur teeth are Tylosaur. I'm not sure on the long shark tooth on the right. 

19 hours ago, Fossildude19 said:

I like your display method! :) 

Nice collection of Texas Teeth!

 

Thanks. I've found that cases designed for artifacts work great for teeth. 

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-Andy-

That is a heck of a great Texas teeth display.

 

I wouldn't usually use a blue background but it worked out beautifully for yours.

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JarrodB
2 hours ago, -Andy- said:

That is a heck of a great Texas teeth display.

 

I wouldn't usually use a blue background but it worked out beautifully for yours.

Thanks Andy. It's my old arrowhead case which happen to work perfect for teeth. Lol

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