Sphyraena striata (Barracuda)

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    A rare Sphyraena striata (Barracuda) tooth from Sumatra, Indonesia. These teeth were deposited in the Telisa formation - a shallow marine environment during the middle Miocene (approx. 15 million years ago.) A very unique collector's tooth. D161 is the top quality tooth on the left. Authenticity guaranteed.

    D161 (Left)       SIZE: 5/16"+

    Note -  6 new Sumatran Sphyraena striata teeth added in January 2018.     Link to Sumatran teeth.

    Sphyraena striata is a Miocene Barracuda. They voracious fish eaters who usually are found in tropical to warm temperate waters. They also perfer shallow waters.

    This collection represents a rare and very unusual collection of Miocene fossil shark teeth from the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. Few collectors have these teeth and even fewer have had the opportunity to collect this site as I did! 

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