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Deweythekenyan

Hello. I finally got around to posting some finds. Besides the teeth idk what I have. I am still new to what I am finding so anything that looks interesting please let me know.

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Deweythekenyan

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PaleoNoel
1 hour ago, Deweythekenyan said:

Hello. I finally got around to posting some finds. Besides the teeth idk what I have. I am still new to what I am finding so anything that looks interesting please let me know.

20190406_230000.jpg Looks like a rear Goblin shark tooth (Scapanorhynchus texanus)

20190406_225913.jpgGoblin anterior tooth

20190406_225841.jpg Maybe a small piece of bone, a bit too blurry to tell

20190406_225824.jpg Crow shark tooth (Squalicorax pristodontus)

 

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PaleoNoel
1 hour ago, Deweythekenyan said:

20190406_230906.thumb.jpg.fd7a74879e2f415794615a06499192ec.jpg Top looks like a concretion (they are very deceptive, especially in the Big Brook area). The bottom looks like a partial ghost shrimp claw

 

20190406_230858.jpg Top may be a brachiopod or bivalve cast, the bottom looks like a piece of bone.

20190406_230818.jpg Not sure what this is a picture of, different angles would help. From this angle it looks reminiscent to the root of a sawfish spine

 

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The Jersey Devil
20 hours ago, Deweythekenyan said:

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Lower lateral Carcharias samhammeri (sand tiger), in very nice shape by the way.

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The Jersey Devil
20 hours ago, Deweythekenyan said:

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From top to bottom,

upper lateral Scapanorhynchus texanus (goblin), anterior goblin, and Squalicorax pristodontus.

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The Jersey Devil

Pretty much agree on the others (need more views on the last ones), the cast could also be a gastropod, there’s a chance the possible bone is a partial Hybodont spine frag., and the last one is likely a concretion (more views would help).

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Deweythekenyan

Thank you all so much. I will def get some better views. Big Brook has a way of making you see stuff hahaha so im never sure. 

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