This is a baker's dozen (13) of tiny fossil shark teeth recovered from Florida's Bone Valley formation. Bone Valley teeth are famous for their vibrant colors - typically shades of blue and white. These are some of the smallest fossil shark teeth I have ever found. Pieces this small would normally slip unnoticed through my sifter screen, but I found these while carefully sorting through a batch of micro-matrix material. These teeth come from the same Gardner "micro matrix" that I sell on this website. It is a Miocene deposit on the Peace River (Hardee Cty, Florida).
Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You get all of the teeth shown and a labeled gemjar for safe storage.