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Olenus
Hello Heath, i think both are Asteracanthus! the last one could be worn.
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heath

recent finds of shark teeth in lower Kimm Clay.  I'd appreciate any help to confirm or reject my id guesses.  

Photo 1) is an Asteracanthus magnus tooth from its trapezoid shape. Pitted grinding surface

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Photo 2)

The other tooth is flat with a gentle bump. The enamel is smooth and black. the shape long and sinuous. 2 Views shown. The scale for both photos is in mm 

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thanks for looking            good hunting                   Heath

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spider

heath,  I cant help with ID's but very nice finds anyhow Thumbs Up

Have a nice day :0)
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Naze Dave
I'd agree, nice finds.
Thanks
Dave
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