Calvert Cliffs, MD

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    Victor Perez
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    Took a trip out to Brownies Beach yesterday along the Calvert Cliffs. Found a beautiful symphyseal cow shark tooth and my friend found a pretty snaggletooth sitting on top of a recent cliff fall!

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    Bill Heim
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    #36140

    Bill Heim
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    Speaking of Brownies, I have a couple of really unusual Eocene (not Miocene) teeth from there.

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    Victor Perez
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    That’s interesting, I did not know there was any Eocene exposed there. Share some photos of what you’ve got, I’d love to see them!

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    Bill Heim
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    They are not exposed, they get washed out of the underlying Fairhaven.  I have to hunt them down, but I will do so.  One is a juvenile Notidonodon loozi and the other is anterior Serratolamna koerti.  I also  have a couple of Striatolamia but they would be harder to track down.  I’ll get images when I dig them up.

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    Julie Niederkorn
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    Congrats on the beautiful symphyseal cow shark tooth!!!

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