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Squatina Lericheii

Fossil shark Miocene epoch

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.19"

Nice gray Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.22"

Another angel
.25"

Nice white Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.25"

Angel Shark teeth are common at this Bakersfield Miocene site.
.25"

Nice angel angel
.25"

Non display side of an angel
.25"

Odd little angel it appears to have a cusp
.25"

Nice angel tooth
.25"

One of 113 Squatinas found in Bakersfield Ca.
.28"

Nice angel tooth
.28"

Great miocene angel
.31"

Nice orange Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.31"

Nice orange Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.31"

Nice orange Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.31"

Nice miocene angel
.31"

Nice miocene angel from bakersfield
.31"

Nice angel tooth
.31"

Nice angel tooth
.31"

One of 113 Squatinas found in Bakersfield Ca.
.31"

One of 113 Squatinas found in Bakersfield Ca.
.31"

Angel shark tooth from bakersfiled
.31"

Anterior angel shark tooth
.31"

Angel shark tooth
.31"

Angel shark tooth
.38"

Nice white Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.38"

Nice gray Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.38"

Nice orange Angel shark tooth from Bakersfield.
.38"

Angel shark tooth
.38"

Larger angel
.38"

One of 113 Squatinas found in Bakersfield Ca.
.44"

Another angel
.44"

Angel shark tooth