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Echinorhinus Blakei

Fossil shark
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.13"

This is a Bramble denticle. Don't think these are too common.
.19"

I beleive this is a bramble dermal dentical. Since i have not seen one in person i am not sure.
.31"

a bramble blade
.38"

Nice bramble dermal denticle
.44"

My first Bramble and I love it. Tooth has minimal root damage and small amount of matrix on other side.
.5"

Wow, a red Miocene bramble shark tooth from Bakersfield. These are rare.
.5"

Great Bramble shark tooth. This is my first from the lee creek mine
.5"

Decent bramble found in a chunk of pungo lime
.56"

Nice red colored bramble from lee creek, pungo formation
.56"

Wow this bramble shark tooth is amazing in condition and color. I would love to clean a little more matrix from the tooth but it is so friggen thin i'm afraid it will break. Super sweet tooth to find on the first day of you Bakersfield trip
.56"

My first bramble and its a screamer!
.69"

Shame this bramble is missing a cone