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Chub or Angustidens

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PalaeoArt

Hi All,

I recently received a number of shark teeth found by divers in the Cooper, Wando and Morgan rivers of South Carolina. Most of them were C.angustidens but these two looked more like C.chubutensis. Although they have narrower blades, the cusps are clearly more merged with the main blade like a Chub. Would love an expert opinion?

Thanks

 

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Foozil

Can't help, but lovely teeth! And drawing ;) 

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Macrophyseter

Looks like a chub to me, I don't know any reason why a fully fused cusp would still be called an angusteidens.

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WhodamanHD

I’d definitely call those chubs, anterior teeth as well. Very nice:dinothumb:

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