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Hi all, the other day I went out hunting found some really cool stuff, which I'll post soon, but I find these 3 interesting teeth which I think are posterior megs, though I think one (smallest) is more likely than the other two. They were found in Havelock NC. 

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They look more like lower C. hastalis.

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Tidgy's Dad

Not my area, but interesting little teeth! :)

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23 minutes ago, caldigger said:

They look more like lower C. hastalis.

I concur.

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Thanks guys, I coulda sworn I once saw a posterior meg on the forum that looked exactly like those, but oh well.

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sixgill pete

Since these teeth are extremely worn, it is really hard to positively ID them. If you look under magnification are there evidence of serrations on any of them?

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