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NJ Cretacous Whose tooth is this?

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Fishinfossil

 

NJ Cretacous hunt today, found this tooth in a deep sift. Has a tiny bit of enamel left on it. Any ideas? Its about 1-1/2 inches long.

 

 

 

 

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ynot

Sawfish rostral spine.

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Plax

can we have a shot straight on the pointy end?

 

 

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JarrodB

Sawfish is correct. 

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Fishinfossil

Thank you all for responses. One of the larger sawfish rostrums I've found.

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The Jersey Devil

Yep, Ischyrhiza mira. Not too common to be found at that size.

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