Isurus oxyrinchus

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    A GEM, I. oxyrinchus, the Shortfin Mako - anterior tooth. The tooth is near PERFECT. Very nice golden tan color with exceptional gloss. The root shows incredible detail. Absolutely great preservation and condition - extra sharp edges and tip. This is a Pliocene age tooth from the Yorktown Fm. A fantastic collector's tooth. Difficult to find! Museum quality.

    LC374        Size: 1-11/16"

    The Isurus oxyrinchus is a modern form Shortfin Mako found in the Yorktown Formation (Early Pliocene - ~4.5 mya) at the Lee Creek site. The upper jaw teeth exhibit a narrower and a curved crown. An uncommon tooth.

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