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LSCSHANE

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LSCSHANE

Not sure if this is a tooth? Looking for help. Thanks in advance!4ABF14C1-0421-4341-9432-E3B839DE167C.thumb.jpeg.de71549e1ddab0b9942bb8593a032a8d.jpeg

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Fossildude19

Looks a bit more like a bone shard to me, ... unless the enamel has worn off nearly completely. :unsure:  :headscratch:

 

Brightened and cropped. 

 

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LSCSHANE

Thank you for your reply. 

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Plax

Lake Waccamaw? Pleistocene and Cretaceous fossils are found there so could be a bone frag of most anything. Other lakes that are former quarries or borrow pits would of course possibly have different fossils.

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LSCSHANE

Yes LW....thanks for the response! 

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Plax

If you go to elasmo.com a local Lake Waccamaw resident has a page there under Peedee formation

http://elasmo.com

You'll have to click on "faunas" to get to the Peedee page

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LSCSHANE

That’s great information... thank you!

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RickNC

Post these in the Identification Forum and  you will get many  more replies. 

 

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Frank Eaton

looks like a bone fragment to me! 

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sixgill pete

Looks like part of a sawfish rostral tooth to me. Along the lines of Anoxypristis. 

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