Hemipristis curvatus (Eocene)

Santee Limestone Formation - The Santee Limestone Formation (Green Cap Formation) is well known for shark teeth that are well preserved and possess excellent color. The Santee Limestone Formation is exposed in several quarries in the Harleyville area of Dorchester County. These teeth are from the Eocene (38 million years ago). The exceptional quality shark teeth from this area are very scarce. One of my favorite locations for exceptional quality Eocene teeth!

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  1. Hemipristis curvatus     (Eocene)             
    $50.00

    This catalog contains very nice teeth from an earlyscarce Snaggle-toothed shark, Hemipristis curvatus.  Very difficult teeth to find!

    SC1061               SIZE: 11/16"

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  2. Hemipristis curvatus     (Eocene)             
    $45.00

    A beautiful, scarce Hemipristis species. Great color and condition.

    SC1070             SIZE: 3/8"+


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  3. Hemipristis curvatus     (Eocene)             
    $45.00

    A beautiful, scarce Hemipristis species. Great color and condition.

    SC1065            SIZE: 7/16"

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  4. Hemipristis curvatus     (Eocene)             
    $30.00

    A beautiful, scarce Hemipristis species. Great color and condition. Lower jaw tooth.

    SC1067            SIZE: 3/8"

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