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Hello All, this was found in Micro Matrix from the basal Calvert lag deposit in Central VA. Oligocene, Eocene, and Early Miocene teeth can be found here.

About an inch in length, 14/16 in width of root, cusps about 2/16

Maybe @isurus90064 might know this one. Or any of you VA shark tooth experts out there, as I know there are many!

Thanks, FA

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Brachycarcharias lerichei or Carcharias cuspidata?

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5 hours ago, hemipristis said:

Brachycarcharias lerichei or Carcharias cuspidata?

Lerichei was my prime thought, but I didnt think they got that large and nice :)

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