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Fossil colleting trip taken on 7-24-16 by Mel


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Had a great day while out fossil collecting, found lots of different species of animals. Found a few smaller otodus is nice shape along with two ray mouth plates. Also found a phyllodus and a nice wrasse that is now in a few pieces
1.8"
Crocodile Jaw

Cool little croc jaw. 1.8" long x .82" wide. The biggest tooth including root is 1.13"
.89"
Otodus Obliquus

.91"
Otodus Obliquus

1.15"
Otodus Obliquus

1.2"
Otodus Obliquus

1.43"
Otodus Obliquus

.67"
Phyllodus Sp.

Fish mouth plate
1.66"
Ray Plate

Sweet ray plate
1.79"
Ray Plate

Paleocene ray plate
.79"
Wrasse Sp.

All of these pieces are associated. Not sure if they were all one, upper vs lower or not