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2.375" eocene sand tiger tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
this is probably my largest sand tiger tooth I have found to date...
2 Cretaceous Sand Shark teeth   Bladen County, North Carolina, USA - Striatolamia macrota

2 decent finds from the Balden Co. pit.

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Upper Striatolamnia tooth   Bladen County, North Carolina, USA - Striatolamia macrota
A nice upper tooth with double cusps on both sides....
Striatolamia Tooth   Dorchester County, South Carolina, USA - Striatolamia macrota
I found this little gem while I was doing a crawl over the limestone....
Sand Tiger shark tooth   Andalusia, Alabama, USA - Striatolamia macrota
A nice speckled sand tiger anterior...
Sand Tiger Shark tooth   Andalusia, Alabama, USA - Striatolamia macrota
Sand Tiger Shark tooth
2.5" Eocene Sand Tiger Shark Tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
What this tooth lacks in asthetic beauty is more than compensated for in it's unbelievable size. I had found pieces of sand tiger teeth that I suspected would be in the 2 1/2" range whole, but I never thought I'd find a complete one. An awesome tooth!...
2" Eocene Sand Tiger Shark Tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
This tooth is missing a major chunk out of the lingual face of the root but its still a killer....
1 1/8" Striatolamia Shark Tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
1 1/8" Striatolamia Shark Tooth
1 13/16" Striatolamia macrota Tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
This is by far the nicest Striatolamia tooth I’ve found to date. The Eocene formation it was sitting in consists mostly of black sand, so only by sifting through a large quantity of material can teeth like this be found....
1 1/4" Striatolamia macrota Tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
I find at least 5 to 10 Striatolamia blades each time I visit this stream and so far this is only the second one I've found that has a complete root. With the root in such great condition I'll forgive the slight feeding damage to the tip. ...
3/4" Striatolamia macrota tooth   Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA - Striatolamia macrota
In a stream that seems to eat shark tooth roots, this was a nice surprise....
  

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