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Some teeth from Antwerp


Steph   31-03-2008 om 16:40

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Hey you,

Here is another Alopias from Antwerp. Is it possible to say which species?

I also found a very small catticus, is this juvenile? It´s 8mm.

And the strange bone is a part of a fish jaw, I guess

Greetings

Stephan

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Hieronymus   04-03-2009 om 14:19

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The catticus could be juvenile although I rather think it's a smaller tooth from the back of a shark's jaw. Especially because the crown is wide and definately not under-developed.

The "bone" is indeed a piece of a fish jaw, the round figures you see are the spots where the fishteeth used to be.

The Alopias might be a superciliosus, but that's just a thought, I'm not very familiar with those species. I say superciliosus because of the relatively thin and bend crown.

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Steph   09-03-2009 om 15:26

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thanks for your reaction
You are indeed right with your determinations!

I already forgot this topic, 1 year for 1 reaction, that´s pretty good. I gave up writing in the English part of the forum anyway...

Best regards

Stephan

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