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Heterodontus Sp.

Fossil shark Paleocene to Miocene epoch

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Heterodontus anterior tooth from bakersfiled california
.078"

Heterodontus anterior tooth from bakersfiled california
.09"

Nice Miocene anterior tooth from Bakersfield.
.13"

I think this is a heterodontus tooth. I'm thinking it would have been a position between the anterior teeth and the lateral crusher teeth but i'm not 100% sure. It's Miocene from bakersfield
.15"

Miocene crusher tooth from bakersfield
.25"

This looks just lie a lerichei but the crown is smooth
.25"

Another miocene crusher tooth from bakersfield
.25"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.275"

Heterodontus crusher tooth from bakersfiled california
.31"

Nice crusher tooth.
.31"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.31"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.31"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.31"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.31"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.
.38"

NIce crusher tooth
.38"

A Bakersfield heterodontus crusher tooth.