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Ray Plate

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.56"

Baby ray plate
.63"

Baby ray plate
.88"

Sweet little Miocene ray plate
1"

Ray plate
1"

Good ray plate. Measures 7/8"wide
1"

Baby ray plate
1"

Worn ray plate
1.06"

Little ray plate
1.13"

Nice ray plate
1.25"

Mostly complete ray plate. 1" wide
1.25"

Worn older ray plate
1.25"

This plate is a little worn
1.25"

a nice mouth plate
1.25"

Decent ray plate with some lateral teeth.
1.25"

1.25"

Worn and damaged ray plate, i don't find these to much here
1.38"

Older worn ray plate
1.38"

This plate has an odd white tint covering most of it
1.38"

Great ray mouth crusher plate.
1.38"

Little Paleocene ray mouth crusher plate
1.38"

Sweet ray plate from bakersfield
1.5"

a nice mouth plate
1.5"

Nice ray plate
1.5"

a nice ray plate . i dont find these complete often.
1.5"

Nice ray plate
1.5"

Nice ray plate.
1.5"

Nice little ray plate. Measures 1.19 wide
1.5"

A nice Ray dental plate.
1.5"

A almost complete Myliobatis Plate from Bakersfield Ca.
1.50"

Ray plate missing most of the smaller plates
1.63"

A nice almost complete plate that has eight rows
1.63"

A little damage to this plate
1.63"

Interesting ray plate. I have never seen one with a deep groove like this one has right down the middle
1.66"

Sweet ray plate
1.75"

Missing a few small plates
1.75"

Great ray plate with minor damage
1.75"

Shame this ray plate broke after it thawed out
1.75"

Damaged ray plate.
1.75"

Great miocene ray plate. i don't have to many from this time period. Measures 1.63" wide
1.75"

Great Eocene ray mouth plate
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