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Lourhina therapod tooth

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I recently saw this therapod indet. tooth for sale from the Lourinhã formation, Portugal. It measures 21.99mm x 10.40mm x 3.78mm. How does it look and are those lines cracks/wear or natural? Also does anyone have any idea on the ID? How is the quality and should I consider buying it or pass it on?

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Tooth is rare and not in the best condition, its missing the base and the serrations are poor making identification difficult.  The cracks are a result of preservation and weathering.   Sounds like a broken record but you cannot identify jurassic theropod teeth from photographs. 

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fossil_sea_urchin

Have you already posted this tooth?

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1 hour ago, fossil_sea_urchin said:

Have you already posted this tooth?

No I think that was a different one

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