Wee Fossil Shark Teeth Lot, Tiny Bone Valley Fossils, Peace River, Miocene-Pliocene

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This is a lot of 7 (seven) very tiny fossil shark teeth. They were recovered from the Peace River in Florida's Bone Valley formation. These date from the Miocene and Pliocene periods and represent a few different mixed species. I have not identified the individual species. These are rarely seen on the collector market because they fall straight through the most common 1/4" sifter screens used by most shark teeth hunters in Florida. They also pass through a 1/8" screen, so you just don't see too many of them available because they get overlooked or discarded.

Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You are purchasing all of the teeth shown (seven). Your purchase will include a gemjar and ID label.