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Scapanorhynchus texanus (Romer)
Goblin shark
Very Common
Squalicorax pristodontus (Morton)
Crow shark
Very Common
Squalicorax kaupi (Agassiz)
Crow shark
Very Common
Cretolamna appendiculata lata
(Agassiz)
Porbeagle shark
Very Common
Archaeolamna kopingensis (Davis)
"Cretodus - Plicatolamna"
Porbeagle shark
Very Common
Carcharias samhammeri
(Cappetta & Case)
Sand Tiger shark
Less Common
Cretodus borodini
(Cappetta & Case) "Plicatolamna"
Porbeagle shark
Uncommon
Carcharias holmdelensis
(Cappetta & Case)
Sand Tiger shark
Uncommon
Odontaspis aculeatus
(Cappetta & Case)
Sand Tiger shark
Uncommon
Paranomotodon angustidens (Cope)
Thresher shark
Less Common
Squatina hassei Leriche
Angel shark
Uncommon
Hybodus sp.
Hybodont shark
Tooth & Spine
Uncommon
Lamnoid Type, Scliorhyniod Type
Shark Vertebrae
Less Common
Shark Coprolite
Common
Ischyodus cf. bifurcatus Case
Ratfish - Chimera
Spine, Pelvic Hook, & Jaw
Less Common
Brachyrhizodus wichitaensis Roemer
Cow Nosed Ray
Tooth & Scute
Common
Rhombodus laevis
Cappetta & Case

Cow Nosed Ray
Tooth & Scute
Common (In Certain Layers)
Ischyrhiza mira Leidy
Sawfish
Rostral Tooth & Cartilage Section
Common
Sharks
Rays
Other
Batoid Vertebrae
Ray
Less Common
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Pathological shark teeth
Goblin Shark
Crow Shark
Porbeagle Shark
All pathological teeth are uncommon.
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Reptiles
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The Identification Pages:
Geology of Big Brook
Invertebrates
Glossary
Dinosaurs
Before you get started
Some things you should know
General Information Pages:
Artifacts
Skate
References
North East Paleo Group
Upper Cretaceous Formations