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ynot

:thumbsu: Looks good and educational.

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The Amateur Paleontologist

Looking good!

-Christian

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goatinformationist

A super informative tutorial.  Thanks so much.

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fossilsonwheels
10 hours ago, ynot said:

:thumbsu: Looks good and educational.

Thank you. That is what we want, educational and looks good !

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fossilsonwheels
9 hours ago, The Amateur Paleontologist said:

Looking good!

-Christian

Thank you Christian

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fossilsonwheels
7 hours ago, goatinformationist said:

A super informative tutorial.  Thanks so much.

Thank you for reading it. Glad you found it informative, that is our goal.

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siteseer

Xenacanths did survive to the end of the Triassic.

 

Hybodonts died out at the end of the Cretaceous.

 

Yeah, Triassic and Jurassic shark teeth tend to be small.  Asteracanthus teeth can be hard to find for sale.  You might be able to get a cast of a fin spine and then you could show where a piece of fossil spine would fit.  As with STH stingray caudal stings, Jurassic collectors tend to find mostly pieces of spines.  It's tough to find a complete one.

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On 2/7/2019 at 2:05 AM, siteseer said:

Xenacanths did survive to the end of the Triassic.

 

Hybodonts died out at the end of the Cretaceous.

 

Yeah, Triassic and Jurassic shark teeth tend to be small.  Asteracanthus teeth can be hard to find for sale.  You might be able to get a cast of a fin spine and then you could show where a piece of fossil spine would fit.  As with STH stingray caudal stings, Jurassic collectors tend to find mostly pieces of spines.  It's tough to find a complete one.

I did find some Astercanthus teeth and a couple of partial spines from a dealer in Europe but I have to wait to purchase them. Hopefully they will be there when I can buy again. Thank you for the helpful information !! I like the idea of the spine cast and showing a partial. That is an excellent idea.

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