Otodus mugodzharicus (Serrated)              

K552 BoP
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A very rare Otodus mugodzharicus tooth with light tan color. Upper jaw anterior tooth. This transition tooth has fine serrations covering 2/3 of the crown and side cusps. Found in the Kzil-Orda region, W. Kazakhstan.

K552            SIZE: 1-7/16"

The Otodus mugodzharicus is the first transitional form identified, and it exhibits light serrations or a wavy type blade appearance covering the lower 1/2 to 2/3 of the crown (very similar to the Isurus escheri). The side cusps also begin exhibit the appearance of serrations or splitting. Kazakhstan is one of the few places on earth where the transition series from Ototdus (non-serrated) to Auriculatus (fully serrated) can be found.

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