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Xiphodolamia Ensis

Fossil shark Eocene epoch

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.38"

This is a rare Eocene lateral tooth from the Nanjemoy Formation in Maryland. The roots of lateral teeth are similar to those of six and seven gill shark teeth.
.44"

great lateral ensis
.5"

Nice lateral tooth.
.56"

Great ensis these are not to common around here
.75"

A little root damage
.75"

This ensis tooth has been kicking around for a while
.75"

Razor sharp Xiphodolamia but with some damage
.81"

This is a Xiphodolamia Ensis missing the root. From what I've seen these teeth are not to common
.88"

Nice anrerior tooth
.88"

NNice Ensis, haven't found one of these in a long time
.88"

Great tooth, i don't find these to often
.94"

Rare Eocene shark tooth from the Nanjemoy Formation of Maryland with some root damage.