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Fossils from Monmouth County, New Jersey

Guitarfish (Pseudohypolophus mcnultyi)

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Teeth

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This tooth seems like a lateral Brachyrhizodus tooth.

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This tooth is unique “amorphous” shape and is easily identifiable.

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Guitarfish (Pseudohypolophus mcnultyi) Tooth, Cretaceous, New Jersey

This tooth is a completely different form and has a longer, twisted root.

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This tooth may be a juvenile lateral Brachyrhizodus.

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This tooth is also a Brachyrhizodus, but has a different shape.

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Brachyrhizodus lateral tooth.

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This one has more angles on the crown and has ridges on the lateral surfaces.

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Typical Pseudohypolophus mcnultyi. This one has a large dimple on one of the lateral crown surfaces.

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