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1 1/8" Enchodus Tooth

Isolated Enchodus teeth are fairly common in the Cretaceous streams of NJ and usually equally unremarkable. Other than the very slight tip damage, the state of preservation of this tooth is unbelievable! The enamel is near perfect and irridecant. All the striations are well defined and the main cutting edge is sharp. Once the matrix is removed, this will be a real looker.
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA
Species Enchodus petrosus
Age Cretaceous Era
Formation Undetermined Pleistocene Formation
Category Misc
Length 1 1/8 inches

ID1508
Memberxiphodan
Date Added4/1/2005

  

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