Echinorhinus blakei

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    A LARGE, High Quality very rare Echinorhinus blakei, Bramble shark, tooth from Pyramid Hill, California. An extremely difficult shark tooth to find. Nearly perfect root. This is an early Miocene tooth from the Jewitt Sand Formation. An excellect quality collector's tooth! No repair or restoration. Authenticity guaranteed. A gem jar display is included.

    ST223                SIZE: 9/16"

    This catalog contains very rare and well preserved teeth from Echinorhinus blakei, Bramble shark. These teeth are rarely found in the Temblor Formation (middle Miocene), Sharktooth Hill deposits. However, the teeth are from a small collection of very rare early Miocene teeth (22 MYA) from the Jewitt Formation, Kern County, California.