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  1. Frightmares

    Lee Creek Micro Shark Teeth

    Got a couple Lee Creek micro shark teeth I need help IDing. 1. Galeorhinus? 2.
  2. Frightmares

    Aurora Micro Fossils

    Got a couple finds from my Lee Creek micro matrix that I could use some help IDing. I’m assuming the first one is some sort of ray or fish tooth. 1. 2.
  3. Frightmares

    Catticus tooth from Lee Creek?

    I found this tooth in some Lee Creek micro matrix from Aurora, North Carolina. It measures 6mm. After doing some research, I believe it is a Carcharoides catticus tooth. Can anyone confirm?
  4. Frightmares

    Lee Creek Micro Ids

    Got some Lee Creek micro fossils I could use some help positively identifying. Tooth #1: Rhizoprionodon? Size 6mm Tooth #2: Some type of fish tooth? Tooth #3: Hoping for Rhincodon, but I don't think it is. Maybe a symphyseal tooth? It is laterally compressed though. Tooth #4: Thresher? Tooth #5: Mobula
  5. Frightmares

    Lee Creek Aurora NC Shark Tooth

    Found this tiny shark tooth in some Lee Creek matrix. Any ideas?
  6. Frightmares

    Lee Creek Micro Finds

    Going through some Lee Creek micro matrix from the Aurora Fossil Museum. Here’s some of my finds so far!
  7. Frightmares

    Rhincodon tooth? Aurora, NC

    Going through some Lee Creek micro matrix from the Aurora Fossil Museum, and I found what I believe may be a Rhincodon (whale shark) tooth. What do you guys think?
  8. shark57

    Yorktown Formation Hexanchus griseus Tooth

    From the album: Fossils

    This is a 1.6 inch blue-enameled Hexanchus griseus (aka gigas) from the famous Lee Creek mine. It is from the Pliocene Yorktown Formation sediments.
  9. shark57

    Yorktown Formation Seal Jaw

    From the album: Fossils

    One of my favorite Lee Creek finds, a nice seal jaw with 5 teeth. This must have been a fairly young individual because there is almost no wear on the teeth.
  10. shark57

    Large Lee Creek Mako/White Shark

    From the album: Fossils

    This is my largest mako (now considered an extinct white shark). It measures 3.16 inches and was found in the Lee Creek Mine Pliocene Yorktown Formation.
  11. shark57

    Large Hemipristis serra Shark Tooth

    From the album: Fossils

    This is my largest Hemipristis tooth. At 2.001 inches it just barely gets me into the 2 inch snaggletooth club! I found it in Yorktown Formation sediments in the Lee Creek Mine, North Carolina.
  12. I’m going through my collection of unknowns, and came across this little guy. It is a small, ornate vertebra collected from the Pliocene Yorktown Formation at the Lee Creek Mine in North Carolina,, USA. Scale in the photos for size. Bird? Snake? Other? thanks
  13. hemipristis

    6 gills or 7 gills? Cow shark upper

    Cow shark upper tooth. Hexanchus or Notorhynchus? Cow shark upper teeth baffle me Pliocene Yorktown Fm, Lee Creek Mine, Aurora, NC, USA. The foam square is 1 inch/2.54 cm Any thoughts or wisdom appreciated
  14. hemipristis

    Brachycarcharias?

    I found this “sand tiger” tooth in the Miocene Pungo River strata within the Lee Creek mine (Aurora, North Carolina). It does not resemble any other lamniform teeth that I have from the mine, but it does remind me of Brachycarcharias lerechei, an Eocene species. I was thinking it might be reworked. The tooth is 26mm in length, with “wrinkles” on the lingual face @MarcoSr @Al Dente Thoughts?
  15. ThePhysicist

    Tiger shark tooth

    From the album: Sharks

    The tiger shark is still around today. Their unique teeth are very good at cutting through tough turtle shell - their favorite prey. Their teeth also happen to work on about anything else that can fit in their mouths.
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