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never leave fish (teeth) to find fish (teeth)

Toofsnob and I braved intermittent heavy rain on Saturday for a few hours. It wasn't much fun and I found very little. Toofsnob actually managed to do pretty well despite it all by finding a couple nice chubs and an awesome eocene mako tooth. The only interesting thing I found was a dermal plate of an Ostracion sp. boxfish, the first from this site. On Sunday I broke an old fisherman's rule to go to another site that was some hours away and was completely skunked!
Location Monmouth County, New Jersey, USA

ID2442
Membertoothpuller
Date Added10/29/2007

an Ostracion sp. (boxfish) dermal armor plate.
  

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