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Cretodus semiplicatus, Rush Creek


Cretodus semiplicatus, North TX

Cenomanian, Cretaceous

Jun, 2023


Cretodus semiplicatus is a species that inhabited shallower waters, meaning they are a common sight in the near shore Woodbine along with Meristodonoides sp. and Onchopristis dunklei.

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  • Taken with Apple iPhone 11
  • Focal Length 4.3 mm
  • Exposure Time 1/3205
  • f Aperture f/1.8
  • ISO Speed 32

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if this made it to the vfotm poll, it would have my vote for sure. I love this taxon and have yet to find one!

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18 minutes ago, Jared C said:

I love this taxon and have yet to find one!

It is an awesome species (my fav) from one of the best genera! Keep at the Bouldin Flags and I'm sure you'll get a nice one of your own soon enough (the Bouldin ones seem bigger too in my experience). 

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