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Hi guys and gals,

 

Looking through some of my teeth from the past couple of trips and was looking to get an ID on this tooth. Is it a little meg? 

 

Thanks!

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Probably, if it is thick. Big, worn Bullshark teeth are good dopplegangers, though.

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Tidgy's Dad

It looks quite thick. 

I think Meg. :)

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WhodamanHD

I could see this being a wierd C. hastalis, but I think meg is more likely here.

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Macrophyseter

I believe that the tooth thickness and striation shape leans more to meg.

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