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Updates to Shark Teeth, Echinoids, Crabs, Fossil Fish, and More
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 8/28/2007

Lowcountry Geologic has just completed another update to our website. Its been a while since our last post, so this update contains a nice mix of different fossils from all over the world.

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We have included some very nice megalodon teeth for shark tooth collectors. They are some of the best colored, large specimens we've ever obtained. We also added some top shelf Suwanee River auriculatus. They are big with great color and are very complete. We also replenished our Otodus stock with some large, high quality Moroccan specimens. We even added some beautiful polished Chilean mako teeth - perfect for jewelry! Oh, before we forget, don't miss the Summerville Mako over 3 inches.There's only one and its a beauty!

For echinoid lovers, we've added some new species to the site from Florida, California, ...

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Shark Tooth Update 5-18-2007
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 5/18/2007
LowcountryGeologic.com has been long overdue for a good shark tooth update. This post contains a great variety of material from all over. Included are some enormous Bone Valley Hemipristis from the Florida Phosphate mines, a pair of Super Quality Giant Thresher teeth from South Carolina, some Polished Chilean Makos, and more. We invite you to browse the entire selection and we hope you find something to your liking.
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Updates to Fossil Crabs, Plant Fossils, Terrestrial Mammal Fossils, Fossil Fish, and Shark Teeth
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 3/30/2007

In February, Lowcountry Geologic went to one of the biggest fossil shows in the world in Tucson AZ. We brought back some truly fantastic specimens, and this latest post to our website includes some of the best fossils that we brought back.

Fossil Crabs

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Big Updates to the Shark Tooth Catalog
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 3/22/2007

Lowcountry Geologic has just completed an updated to the website. This is an all shark tooth post with many fine specimens from all over the shark tooth universe.

South Carolina

  • Several Top notch Carcharocles angustidens from various river and land locations. The finest is a large 3 3/8 inches in near immaculate condition including the tip!
  • A couple of River Great Whites, Carcharodon carcharias.
  • A great selection of Carcharocles megalodon. From around 3 inches to 5 1/2 inches, these megs are all top notch speci ...
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Shark Teeth - Megalodon, Great White, Mako, Auriculatus, Angustidens, and more
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 12/28/2006
Lowcountry Geologic's latest update consists almost entirely of shark's teeth, including megalodon, auriculatus, angustidens, mako, great white, tiger, sand tiger, goblin, and more. The teeth are from Chile, South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida, and California. The top shark teeth in this post are a 3 inch mako and a fantastically colored megalodon.
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New Crinoids, Trilobites, Insects, Shark Teeth, Mosasaur, and Plant Fossils added
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 12/20/2006
Lowcountry geologic has added a wide variety of new fossils to the web site including new shark teeth, trilobites, plant fossils, echinoids, insect fossils, a fabulous fossil crab, fossil fish, some dinosaur teeth, a ray tooth, and some top quality mosasaur teeth.
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New Shark Teeth, Trilobites, and Marine Mammal Fossils added to Lowcountry Geologic
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 12/6/2006

The newest updates have been added to Lowcountry Geologic. This is a diverse post that contains items from all over, including some new, never-before offered shark teeth species, as well as some old favorites and some previously out of stock items. As usual, the bulk of the post is shark teeth, but not all of it! We continue to add to our Trilobite and Plant Fossils sections.

From Morocco, we added a variety of Paleocarcharodon orientalis, the Pygmy White Shark, and some fantastic pathologic Otodus teeth including several that look more like medeval weaponry than fossil shark teeth. There are some new Isurus oxyrinchus from Chile, and for Micro collectors, the Cretaceous species Ricarddestasia gilmorei that are all under 5/16 inch long. There are some new Eocene teeth from Harleyville, SC, including some Hemipristis curvatus and Carcharocles auriculatus. From Russia, we added several different grades of Jaekelotodus trigonalis. There is a set of new Goblin shark teeth from Mississ ...

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