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Wrenchchik

It appears the tip had broke off, as i could see the imprint but could not get a good picture.   This was found in Ellsworth County, Kansas.   I would love to know what it could be from, if it is.  This is my baby finger for size.  (Cant be any more than 4mm)

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ynot

Looks like a fragment of a (shark?) tooth.

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fossilized6s

http://oceansofkansas.com/leidy1859.html

 

Possible Cladodus tooth fragment? Are you sure this is Cretaceous? 

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Carl

Looks like a hybodont. If I found that in NJ we'd call it Meristodonoides.

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sixgill pete
On 7/30/2018 at 10:02 AM, Carl said:

Looks like a hybodont. If I found that in NJ we'd call it Meristodonoides.

I agree, looks Hybodont to me also. And if it were in N.C. we would call it the same thing.

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