Shark & Ray Identification Page
Mackerel Shark
Xiphodolamia ensis
Rare
Cow Shark
Hexanchus gigas
Rare
Gray Shark
Carcharhinus priscus
Very Common
Hammerhead Shark
Sphyrna laevissima
Rare
Mackerel Shark
Cretolamna appendiculata pachyrhiza
Rare
Mako Shark
Isurus desori
Unommon
Mako Shark
Parotodus benedeni
Rare
Sharks
Rays
Stingray Barbs
Myliobatis sp.
Uncommon
Stingray Teeth
Myliobatis sp.
Very Common
Sandshark
Carcharias whitei
Very Common
Sandshark
Carcharias hopei
Common
Shark Coprolite (poop)
Scroll Type
Common
Gray Shark
Abdounia recticona
Rare
Shark Vertebra
Scyliorhinoid Type
Less Common
Snaggletooth Shark
Hemipristis serra
Less Common
Snaggletooth Shark
Hemipristis curvatus
Uncommon
Tiger Shark
Galeocerdo aduncus
Very Common
Tiger Shark
Galeocerdo contortus
Very Common
Giant Great White Shark
Carcharocles auriculatus
Rare
Giant Great White Shark
Carcharocles chubutensis
Less Common
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Physogaleus secundus
Uncommon
Lemmon Shark
Negaprion eurybathrodon
Common
Sandshark (pathological)
Carcharias whitei
Rare
Wierd Tooth
Possably pathological
Rare
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Ray tooth
Common
Since there are two diferent ages of material represented here. There is an "E" or "M" beside the pictures to denote weather the fossils are Eocene or Miocene.
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E
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