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What would the general ID of this tooth?. and how much would it cost?


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Hello everyone,how are you? I'm new here and this is my firt post. I found this tooth lately and I am wondering what species could it be and how much would it cost.

Thanks in advance.

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Hi,

 

1) Forum does not provide estimated prices on items.

2) Where was it found?

3) How big is it?

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Oh the question that kills! We do not talk about monetary value on this forum, it was indicated when you signed...

 

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What FB003 and Coco said.

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31 minutes ago, FB003 said:

Hi,

 

1) Forum does not provide estimated prices on items.

2) Where was it found?

3) How big is it?

Hi,

I found it in Morocco.

I haven't measured it yet, but It is approximately 35 mm

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34 minutes ago, Coco said:

Oh the question that kills! We do not talk about monetary value on this forum, it was indicated when you signed...

 

Coco

Oh, sorry but I didn't notice that point.

Apologies.

 

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Hello and welcome to the forum!

That cleft visible in the first pic could be a pathology?

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35 minutes ago, Jaybot said:

What FB003 and Coco said.

Noted 

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15 minutes ago, Mahnmut said:

Hello and welcome to the forum!

That cleft visible in the first pic could be a pathology?

I find that cleft interesting.  First pic seemed like mosasaur to me, (not that I know much about mosasaur teeth), but that indent really threw me off.

Either way, beautiful tooth.

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-Jay

 

 

 

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I also think it’s a pathology in the first photo.

 

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OUTIL POUR MESURER VOS FOSSILES : ici

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Ma bibliothèque PDF 2 (Animaux vivants - sans poissons ni sélaciens) : ici
Mâchoires sélaciennes récentes : ici
Hétérodontiques et sélaciens : ici
Oeufs sélaciens récents : ici
Otolithes de poissons récents ! ici

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Looks to be a mosasaurine mosasaur tooth with an accessory carinae like what is described in Stelladens.

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As Trevor said, looks like a pathological mosasaurine mosasaur tooth to me, with an incomplete auxiliary carina and a sulcus. However, I wouldn't compare these conditions to Stelladens mysteriosus, with this tooth being clearly adherent from any described morphology I'm familiar with - including Stelladens...

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