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A few things Cretaceous to Miocene


Vae70

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Hey folks, 

 

Poking through some finds from my latest set of trips and i'd appreciate some help IDing some mysteries from either the NJ Cretaceous or MD Miocene

 

Cretaceous, Monmouth Co., NJ

 

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0 - Originally, I thought this vertebra to be a very beat up shark, however I also think it can be sawfish Ischyrhiza mira given the lack of distinct cartilage attachment points we see in sharks.

 

Miocene, Calvert Co., Maryland

 

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1 - No guesses on this one.

 

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2 - This could be a mylobatidae dermal denticle?

 

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3 - Clueless on this one too, aside from a vertebra of sorts?

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