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New Fossil Shark Teeth Added
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 3/11/2010

This update is focused on fossil shark teeth. We've added some new top quality megalodon teeth from South Carolina, including several 4 and 5 inch teeth. We also added several rare Parotodus benedeni teeth and a nice selection of Chilean great white teeth. Also look out for some nice Jaekelotodus and Isurus desori mako teeth.

For a complete list of new additions, please visit

Lowcountry Geologic 3-10-2010 updates

Fossil Fish, Dinosaur Teeth, Plant Fossils, Trilobites, and Mammal Fossils Added
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 3/3/2010

This update adds new items to five different groups on our site - Dinosaur Teeth, Trilobites, Mammal Fossils, Fossil Fish, and Plant Fossils.

To our Dinosaur Teeth category, we added some top quality dinosaur teeth, including specimens from Spinosaurus, Carcharodontosaurus, and a raptor known as Deltadromeus.

To our Trilobites category, we've added specimens from Morocco and Utah.

To our Mammal fossils category, we've added some great polished Mammoth tooth sections.

We've also added to our fossil fish category, including pieces from the Wyoming Green River formation and the Brazil Santana formation.

Finally, our plant fossils update includes some high quality, very detailed Utah Green River formation specimens.

For a complete list of new additions, please visit

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Quality, rarely seen Moroccan Megalodon and Auriculatus Teeth Available
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 11/20/2009

This update was primarily focused on Shark Teeth, and there are some nice ones! Fans of Eocene sharks' teeth will be very interested in Auriculatus teeth from two different locations, Harleyville SC and the Spanish Sahara region of Morocco. We've never offered the Moroccan Auriculatus before, and we don't have a lot of them but the ones we do have are fantastic! There are three Harleyville rics, one being over three inches in length and fantastic condition. The shark tooth offerings don't stop there - Lowcountry Geologic has also added some very high quality Megalodon teeth from Morocco. These are a relatively recent discovery from Morocco, and are by no means common like the Otodus teeth that have been for sale for years now. The Moroccan megalodon teeth were discovered at another location, and most are very worn. We bypassed the mediocre and went for the highest quality available. The ones we chose closely resemble the Chilean megalodon teeth that were on the market a few years ago. They are sharpl ...

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Eocene Shark Teeth Added
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 5/31/2009

Here's the latest update to LowcountryGeologic.com! We've added two nice groups of shark teeth that are seldom seen.

The first group of shark teeth is from Eocene Kazakhstan, including some Striatolamia, Jaekelotodus, Isurolamna, Alopias, Mako, and Lamnid teeth. One interesting thing about each of these teeth is that they fluoresce wildly in black light. You have to see it to believe it.

Our second group of shark teeth is also Eocene in age, but from South Carolina instead, including Koerti, Alopias, Hemipristis, Goblin, Tiger, and an exceedingly rare and finely preserved Hexanchus agassizi.

This update also includes several dinosaur teeth, fossil fish, fossil lobsters, echinoids, polished whale teeth, and polished mammoth teeth.

See the complete update of fossil shark teeth and more fossils for sale.


Nice Assortment of New Items Added
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 3/4/2009

LowcountryGeologic.com has just added some really cool new items so here's a short summary. Visit this link to view a complete list of new items added to Lowcountry Geologic on 3/4/2009.

Fossil Shark Tooth fans will enjoy an extremely rare Permian Xenacanthus in matrix - the first ever specimen of this species on our site. We've also added some nice megalodon teeth, including a beautifully colored lightning-steaked specimen from an old land site near Summerville. We also added several quality angustidens, makos, and other assorted species.

Fossil Plant fans will appreciate the new especially colorful Australian Glossopteris and some nice Pennsylvanian period ferns from Missouri.

We've added a new set of fossil jewelry including shark tooth and ammonite pendants with both sterling silver and 14 karat gold fill wire wrap and bails. From a simple loop to simply ...

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More Fossil Bugs and Hard to Find Fossil Shark Teeth
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 12/4/2008

Lowcountry Geologic's December 4, 2008 post includes a nice selection of hard to find fossil shark teeth, including the scarce Cookie Cutter shark from two different locations, Venice Florida, and Loupian France.

This update also includes some nice fossil bugs from the Santana Formation in Brazil.


Fossil Jewelry, Fossil Fish, and Fossil Leaves
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 11/19/2008

Lowcountry Geologic's November 19, 2008 update includes many pieces of fossil jewelry like shark tooth pendants and ammonite pendants. Some are wrapped in 14 karat gold fill wire and others are wrapped in sterling silver. Another type of pendant is not wrapped and has either a 14 karat gold fill bail or a sterling silver bail.

We've also posted a few trilobites, fossil leaves, fossil fish, and dinosaur teeth.


Nice Variety of Fossils Posted
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 10/1/2008

We just finished another update to the website with a nice variety of fossils. Here's a link to the latest updates.

Cave Bear Teeth - Multiple fantastic specimens, molars, canines, and even a jaw section. Some of the best quality cave bear teeth we've been able to find recently.

Echinoids - We added some really nice urchins from Java, Indonesia and from the Cross quarry in Berkeley County, South Carolina.

Polished Sand Dollars - These polished dendrasters show excellent detail and would make fine jewelry.

Trilobites - Added some nice Utah specimens, including some new species that we've never offered before.

Keichousaurus - These Chinese Marine Reptile fossils are amazing! Loo ...

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Super Shark Tooth Update
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 8/21/2008

New Shark Teeth Added

Today, Lowcountry Geologic posted a nice batch of new shark teeth to the website, www.lowcountrygeologic.com. Here's a click link to the latest updates.

The update includes:

Megalodon Shark Teeth - Big nice ones, including a spectacularly colored Summerville land megalodon over 5 inches. You've got to see it to believe it.

Angustidens Shark Teeth - More unprecedented quality. Top shelp specimens with incredible color.

High Grade Otodus obliquus in matrix - not the junk you see on the auction sites. High quality teeth in real matrix.

Parotodus benedeni - rare Oligocene specimens. Two of them even have side cusps.

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Broad Range of Fossil in Latest Update
New Additions to Lowcountry Geologic By host on 7/4/2008

Lowcountry Geologic added a wide variety of fossils during the latest post. Here's a summary list:

Whale Teeth

Whale Ear Bones

Polished Sand Dollars

Fossil Horse Teeth

Dinosaur Teeth (Spinosaurus)

Trilobites

Pendants - Shark Teeth, Trilobites, Ammonites, and Sand Dollar

Fossil Shark Teeth

Fossil Starfish

Echinoids

Fossil Leaves


  

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