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Troodon

Very nice love those tiny tiny ones.

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WhodamanHD

Very nice collection there:dinothumb:

heres my tiny galeocardo aduncus posterior and carcharias posterior. I also have this hemipristis Serra which may or may not be posterior (for some reason they have less posteriors than other sharks

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Al Dente

Here's a modern posterior.

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ynot

Thanks for the nice additions Guys!:D

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Shellseeker

I have a couple....IMG_0015TigerPosterior.jpg.ac53618e83a32daf4391d6d4571a71ae.jpgTinyMegMerge.thumb.jpg.8375a933246e62f24629de01e81903c3.jpg

 

But this one is my favorite posterior Meg that I donated to a Fossil Club auction back in 2013...

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Posterior on left is 3 inches... Must have been a huge Megalodon

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ynot

Nice Jack, love the tiny meg.

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Darktooth

Here is one of my favorites. A Brownies beach, posterior meg. I cleaned up the beach pretty well the day I found this. I found another one about half this size and a few nice makos.

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ynot
11 minutes ago, Darktooth said:

I found this. I found another one about half this size

And a nice one it is! Like the color.

Where is the other one?

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Darktooth
8 minutes ago, ynot said:

And a nice one it is! Like the color.

Where is the other one?

I gave it to a friend. There was an extremely high tide before I hit the beach. I found the 2 megs within acouple feet of each other. Also a few makos a few feet from the megs. All were in great condition. One of my best trips.

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ynot

That's it?:headscratch:

There is only four other people on this site that have posterior shark teeth?:faint:

Come on Folk! I need to see some more little back teeth here (Please)!!!:popcorn::D

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CharlotteG

@ynot Here are some posterior teeth from Antwerp Belgium, 3 megs and 1 posteriori hexanchus

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Darktooth

Oooooooh nice!

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ynot
28 minutes ago, CharlotteG said:

 Here are some posterior teeth from Antwerp Belgium, 3 megs and 1 posteriori hexanchus

Wunderbar!!:fistbump:

 

Nice teeth!

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WhodamanHD
50 minutes ago, CharlotteG said:

Here are some posterior teeth from Antwerp Belgium, 3 megs and 1 posteriori hexanchus

:trilosurprise: Amazing teeth, especially given the rarity of megs there!:dinothumb::envy:

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ynot

Here is the only megalodon posterior in My collection

I found it at Sharktooth hill.

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Max-fossils

Here is another megalodon posterior:

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From Brownies Beach, Calvert Cliffs. Dave @Darktooth traded this one with me 6/2/2017 (European date), and it's the first meg tooth that was in my collection! I love how tiny it is too. Thanks again so much Dave for this great shark tooth! Oh, and was this the one you were referring to here?

On 2/28/2018 at 4:17 AM, Darktooth said:

I gave it to a friend.

 

 

Very nice teeth by the way Tony, Frank, Mason, Al Dente, Jack, Dave and Charlotte! :envy:

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Calvert Cliff Dweller

WHi guys here a few posterior Megs from my Calvert collection. As you all know they quite rare. Sizes are from 3 1/4” to 3/4” Sometimes the smallest are the hardest to find here on the Chesapeake.

 

 Enjoy, Calvert Cliff Dweller

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Calvert Cliff Dweller

Here’s a few Makos, Some of them may be considered posterior teeth. If there are not posterior teeth feel free to identify for the board.

 

   Thanks.  Cliff Dweller

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ynot
1 hour ago, Calvert Cliff Dweller said:

Here’s a few Makos, Some of them may be considered posterior teeth.

What is the size of the "mako" teeth?

3rd row, 3rd and 4th tooth look like thresher teeth.

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ynot
1 hour ago, Calvert Cliff Dweller said:

a few posterior Megs

Very nice collection!!

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ynot
3 hours ago, Max-fossils said:

! I love how tiny it is too

Yeah, that is a sweet little tooth!

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Calvert Cliff Dweller

Yes we have many Calvert gems. Most of the Makos in the other pic are in the 1 to 2” range. I only have two Paratodus B. In 45 years of collecting on the Chesapeake..

 

  Enjoy

             Dweller

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WhodamanHD
1 hour ago, ynot said:

What is the size of the "mako" teeth?

3rd row, 3rd and 4th tooth look like thresher teeth.

Some debate as to whether A. Grandis is just posterior C. Hastilis, though most have abandoned this position.

 

@Calvert Cliff Dweller I do love those Threshers and the Parotodus (which may or may not be a thresher shark or just a thresher-like otodontid)!:envy::dinothumb:

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Calvert Cliff Dweller

Yes I have heard there was a debate about the Alopis Grandis. That parotodus is probably the rarest tooth in mt Calvert Collection.

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