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Serratolamna serrata tooth   Williamsburg county, South Carolina, USA - Serratolamna serrata

At first I thought this was a Odontaspis winkleri because it had three cusps on one end, but I'm almost positive it's a Serratolamna serrata shark tooth.

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Serratolamna serrata   Williamsburg county, South Carolina, USA - Serratolamna serrata
A gem in every way! The edges are sharp and all the cusps are intact. Nice tip, and no dings on the root. Its always cool to find new species!...
Serratolamna serrata tooth   Williamsburg county, South Carolina, USA - Serratolamna serrata
The odd distribution of the cusps gives this species away. I learned that from my obsession with Texas cretaceous teeth....
Serratolamna serrata shark tooth   Hunt County, Texas, USA - Serratolamna serrata
Part of a set of fossils I got in a trade from a Texas collector....
Serratolamna serrata shark tooth   Hunt County, Texas, USA - Serratolamna serrata
Part of a set of fossils I got in a trade from a Texas collector....
  

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