Carcharocles auriculatus - So. Carolina

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A LARGE Top Quality Auriculatus tooth from Harleyville, So. Carolina. An excellent anterior tooth. A July Fossil of the Month. A great gray colored crown with a black colored bourlette, and a light gray colored root. Highest quality enamel. Excellent color & preservation. The serrations are large and razor sharp with an excellent tip. A pathologic wave along the serrated edge. Two excellent large side cusps. The root is complete and very well preserved. It is very hard to find these teeth in perfect condition. An excellent BIG collector's Harleyville Auriculatus tooth! Authenticity guaranteed. A near perfect tooth.

SC404              SIZE: 3-3/16"   (2-5/8" wide)

Note - Adding 12 Harleyville Auriculatus teeth in July 2022.     Link to the Harleyville Auriculatus teeth.

This catalog contains excellent teeth from Otodus (Carcharocles) auriculatus, the first Giant White shark to evolve. C. auriculatus teeth are noted for their triangular crown and very large side cusps which are heavily serrated. These teeth are from the Eocene (38 million years ago).

Please note that all of these C. auriculatus teeth were found in the Santee Limestone Formation from cement quarries around Harleyville, So. Carolina, and exhibit the finest quality preservation.  No "river polish" or artificial shine like you will see on many of the river derived Auriculatus teeth. These teeth show extraordinary preservation and detail with razor sharp serrations! One of the finest locations for Auriculatus teeth specimens in the world.  Are you looking for a great C. auriculatus, please have a look!

I purchased an incredible collection of Auricuatus teeth and I can offer the largest selection of high quality Rics ever. The Auriculatus is 10 times more rare than the Angustidens which is 100 times more rare than the Megalodon. Get them while they last!!!  Unfortunately, there is no access to the mines for collecting today. 

Note - The Harleyville area Auriculatus are a late stage of Auriculatus development that are also referred to as Otodus (Carcharocles) sokolovi.

Note - all teeth sizes are slant height unless otherwise noted.