Image: Greynurse Shark teeth

Greynurse Shark teeth

A Greynurse Shark jaws from the Australian Museum Fish Collection. The jaws were registered in January 1913 (AMS IB.8145).

Carl Bento
© Australian Museum


The front teeth are lanceolate (long) with a lateral cusplet (small barb) on each side, whereas those at the back of the jaw are smaller and lack cusps.

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