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May 19, 2011 1:05 PM

2011-0837 Bradyodont Teeth from 'Across the Pond'

Does anyone know what Genus these teeth are from?

They were found in the Bangor Limestone, in Tennessee (Upper Mississippian - Chesterian) Lower Carboniferous

are these Chomatodus?

chomatodus3_4_11.jpg4_17_11_tooth1.jpg

possible Helodus - all were found in a six inch square area on a piece of scree.

4_17_11_tooth2.jpg

3_23_11_HELODUS.jpgbradyodont.jpga

unknown teeth

3_14_11_unk_tooth.jpgtooth1_24_11_2.jpg5_4_11_brady.jpganother possible Helodus.

Thank you for any assistance.

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