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Fossil colleting trip taken on 12-19-15 by Mel


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Hit up a site I hadn't collected in a bit. Found something nice on every section of the beach. The biggest tooth was found insitu, early Miocene. If I had found it on the beach I would have classified it as a ric. Got some nice chubys a small ric and some other stuff
3.69"
Carcharocles Angustidens

Had I found this tooth in float I would have labeled it a auriculatus, this tooth is massive and thick. It is missing a cusp and the serration are pretty beat but still a big tooth for this site
1.69"
Carcharocles Auriculatus

Auriculatus shark tooth
1.56"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

shame this sharp serrated tooth has a tip ding
1.69"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

pretty color beat tooth
2.56"
Carcharocles Chubutensis

Colorful chubutensis shark tooth
.88"
Crocodile Tooth

Miocene crocodile tooth
.88"
Notorynchus Primigenius

Cow shark, looks interesting at first but the main cone is half missing
.75"
Shark Vert

Early Miocene Shark vert
.75"
Shark Vert

Early Miocene Shark vert