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E. cocheuteuxi or E. longirostris?

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This little eurhinodelphis tooth has been in my collection for a while and I haven't been able to put a species ID on it. I can't find much information on the genus, all I know is it's got two species both mentioned in the title. Are there any cetacean enthusiasts that can help me out? The whole tooth is about 3/4 inch long, my only locality information is Belgium. :) 


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I am from Belgium, and all teeth that look similar to this were labeled Eurhinodelphis cf. longirostris. Nice teeth, it probably comes from Antwerp or area around it. 

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As far as I know teeth like this are not identifiable beyond odontocete but I don’t know very far.

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