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You are on Shark Jaws Page 11

Contents this page: SHARK RAY,  SILVERTIP,  SILKY,  SIXGILL-BIGEYE, SIXGILL-BLUNTNOSE, SMOOTHHOUND,  SMOOTHHOUND-GREY, SPINNER, SPOTTAIL, SWELL-RETICULATED, THRESHER-BIGEYE, THRESHER-PELAGIC Shark jaws  (SJ-350 to SJ-460 series)
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS ON PAGE 1

Click to go to:  Shark Jaws  Page 1, Page 2, Page 3, Page 4, Page 5, Page 6, Page 7, Page 8, Page 9, Page 10, Page 12, Page 13, Page 14

 

SHARK RAY Jaw

sharkraysharkphoto.jpg (5559 bytes)

(Rhina ancylostoma)

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Upper and lower jaw shown

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Shark ray is also known also the bowmouth guitarfish and bowmouth wedgefish and is a relative to skates and rays.

   

#SJ350-10

14-1/4" wide x 7-3/8" tall, EXCEPTIONALLY LARGE JAW!

$325
  SOLD
 

#SJ350-60

5-7/8" wide

(1 available)

$54 SOLD

#SJ350-65

5-1/2" wide

$50  SOLD

   

#SJ350-95

3-3/4" wide

$33  SOLD

 

#SJ350-96

3-3/4" wide

$33  SOLD

#SJ350-100

3" wide

$30  SOLD

 

#SJ350-110

2-7/8" wide

$26  SOLD

SHARK RAY SPINES & CLASPERS
SHARK RAY SPINE
The Shark Ray has a unique thorny ridge on the hide on its back resembling "mountain ridges" that is harvested and very collectable.
SHARK RAY CLASPERS
The males possess retractable copulation organs, referred to as claspers, located near the pelvic fins.

These prepelvic claspers are spoon-shaped and consist of frill-like lobes and a globular gland. There is also a thumb-shaped clasper located on the head used to secure the female during copulation.

On the Shark Ray, these have the same type of "thorny or mountain ridge" texture as the "spine" (which is a ridge on the hide on its back) which is also highly collectible.


#SJ350-101


Shark ray spine (11") and 2 claspers (each 8")

$159  SOLD


#SJ350-102

Shark ray spine (2 pieces totaling 10"); 2 claspers (each 7")

$159


#SJ350-104

Two shark ray spines (9", 7") and 2 claspers (each 6")

$155
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#SJ350-105

One shark ray spine (11-5/8" long) and one clasper (5-3/4" long)

$119

sj350-106a.jpg (153389 bytes)  sj350-106b.jpg (158113 bytes)

#SJ350-106

One shark ray spine (8" long) and one clasper (6" long)

$89

 

#J-350-108

Spine section, 1-5/8" long x 3/8" wide x 1/2" tall

$15
SHARK RAY CARTILAGE SKIN
     

   

#SJ350-150

1/4 Jaw cartilage with skin
6" long x 1-1/2" wide

$25
   

#SJ350-151

Tongue flap cartilage with skin
3" wide x 3" long

$15

 

SILKY SHARK JAWS

silkysharkphoto.jpg (8218 bytes)

(Carcharhinus falciformis)

Silky shark jaw closeup.jpg (37208 bytes)

Upper and lower jaw shown

s925-lower.jpg (181004 bytes)



   

#SJ360-10

15" wide

(11 available)

$68

#SJ360-15

14" wide; stock photo

(18 available)

$63

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#SJ360-20

13" wide, stock photo

(22 available)

$59 

#SJ360-30

12" wide; stock photo

(22 available)

$54

#SJ360-35

11" wide, stock photo

$50  SOLD OUT

#SJ360-40

10" wide, stock photo

(10 available)

$46



#SJ360-50

9" wide

(28 available)

$33
sj360-70.jpg (142137 bytes)

#SJ360-70

8" wide, stock photo

(17 available)

$20

#SJ360-80

7" wide, stock photo

(28 available)  

$16 each

S925J.jpg (38643 bytes)  

#SJ360-90

6" wide, stock photo

(23 available)  

$14 each

 

SILVERTIP SHARK

(Carcharhinus albimarginatus)

Silvertipshark.jpg (42664 bytes)

A requiem shark, an aggressive, powerful apex predator.  It resembles the bulkier grey reef shark.  Species easily identified from the white tips on its fins.  Potentially dangerous to humans, as they often approach divers.

Upper teeth, close up:

silvertip-upper.jpg (151856 bytes)

Lower teeth, close up:

silvertip-lower.jpg (158283 bytes)

#SJ-370-80

10" wide x 8" tall

$100  SOLD

 

SIX GILL (BIG-EYE) SHARK JAWS 

Hexanchus Vitulus

bigeyesixgillsharkphoto.jpg (13145 bytes)

s927m1.jpg (149360 bytes)

Big-eye 6 gill is a close relative to the blunt-nose sixgill shark.

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Upper and lower jaw shown

bigeyesixgilllower.jpg (133482 bytes)

#SJ380-5

7" wide

$150  SOLD

#SJ380-6

8" wide

$160  SOLD

#SJ380-7

9" wide

$170  SOLD

 

SIX GILL (BLUNTNOSE) SHARK JAWS 

(RARE!)

sixgillsharkphoto.jpg (8952 bytes)

Highly unusual tooth formation.

The bluntnose sixgill shark, Hexanchus griseus, often simply called the cow shark, is the largest hexanchoid shark, growing to more than 5.4 m. (18 feet) long.

Many of its relatives are extinct.  The living species that are closest genetically include the dogfish, the Greenland shark, as well as other six- and sevengilled sharks. There are more closely related relatives in the fossil record than living species. Some of the shark's relatives date back to 200 million years ago.  

Although sluggish in nature, the bluntnose sixgill shark is capable of attaining high speeds for chasing and catching its prey. Because of the bluntnose sixgill shark's large and diverse range they have a wide variety of prey items. Their diet consists of a variety of mollusks, crustaceans, Agnathans (which is a family consisting of hagfish), and sea lampreys. They also dine on Cape anchovies, Pacific salmon, various species of hake.

sixgill-lower.jpg (145111 bytes)

Upper and lower jaw shown (wide teeth are in the lower jaw)

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s927c1.jpg (157792 bytes)

Outer upper jaw

s927c2.jpg (179205 bytes)  s927c3.jpg (161317 bytes)  s927c4.jpg (157055 bytes)

Outer lower jaw

s927c5.jpg (177621 bytes)  s927c6.jpg (147618 bytes)  s927c7.jpg (149472 bytes)

Inner lower jaw

s927c8.jpg (154665 bytes)  s927c9.jpg (149339 bytes)  

#SJ-390-C  Measures 23-5/8" wide x 12-3/4" tall (1-3/8" long primary teeth)

(1 available)

$1379

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Upper outer jaw

 sj370-10b.jpg (138038 bytes)  sj370-10c.jpg (149205 bytes)  sj370-10d.jpg (135269 bytes)

Inner lower jaw

sj370-10e.jpg (135655 bytes)  sj370-10f.jpg (138428 bytes)

#SJ-390-10

29-3/4" wide X 15" tall

LARGEST WE'VE EVER HAD

$1979    SOLD

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Outer upper jaw

s948-1b.jpg (155179 bytes)  s948-1c.jpg (143689 bytes)  s948-1d.jpg (141629 bytes)

Inner lower jaw

s948-1e.jpg (149037 bytes)  s948-1f.jpg (147311 bytes)  s948-1g.jpg (148757 bytes)

Outer lower jaw

s948-1h.jpg (144445 bytes)  s948-1i.jpg (143259 bytes)

#SJ-390-13 

Jaw Measures a huge 29-3/8" wide x 14-5/8" tall; 1-3/4" teeth, from a 14' 6" shark (wow!)

$1404  SOLD

     

#SJ390-25

 25" wide x 11" tall, primary teeth 1-3/8" wide

$1579
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Upper outer jaw

  sj390-30b.jpg (138851 bytes)

Lower inner jaw

sj390-30c.jpg (139263 bytes)  

#SJ-390-30

20" wide x 10-1/4" tall

$1179

 

#SJ390-31

20" wide  (1 available)

$1179

     

#SJ390-33

19-5/8" wide  x 10" tall  (1 available)

$1144

 

#SJ390-35

19" wide  (1 available)

$1104

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Upper outer jaw

sj370-40b.jpg (146389 bytes)

Lower inner jaw

sj370-40c.jpg (141221 bytes)

#SJ-390-40

18-1/2" wide x 9-1/2" tall

$1079

   

#SJ390-50

18" wide  (1 available)

$1029

     

#SJ390-51

18" wide x 14" tall  (1 available)

$1029

     

#SJ390-60

17" wide x 11" tall  (1 available)

$989

     

#SJ390-70

16" wide x 10" tall  (1 available)

$930

     

#SJ390-71

16" wide x 9" tall  (1 available)

$924



   

   
 


   

#SJ390-72

16" wide x 14" tall

* THIS JAW WAS PERSONALLY PREPPED BY

DR. GORDON HUBBELL, AND RELEASED FROM

HIS PERSONAL COLLECTION

Shark length: 9' 8"

Caught on 5-8-85 in Bermuda

$1200
     

#SJ390-80

15" wide x 19" tall  (1 available)

$872

     

#SJ390-90

14" wide x 12" tall  (1 available)

$814

 

SMOOTH HOUND SHARK jaw

smoothhoundsharkphoto.jpg (3055 bytes)

(Mustelus mustelus)  Male, length: 54 cm. Gray, sometimes with black spots, white belly.  Bottom feeder, shallow to deep water.   Caught in the North Sea of Herne Bay, Kent, England.

Upper:

smooth-upper.jpg (166654 bytes)

Lower:

smooth-lower.jpg (156299 bytes)

sj400-10.jpg (159332 bytes)

#SJ-400-10

Average 2" wide

(3 available)

$39

 

SMOOTH-HOUND (GREY) SHARK JAWS

smoothhoundphoto.jpg (10925 bytes)

Grey Smooth-hound Shark (Mustelus californicus) shark jaw is interesting and smooth, great collector item, not common! A man once scared one to death by jumping in its tank, here's the article:

http://ourfishinghole.homestead.com/SharkDies.html

It is a bottom dwelling shark, harmless to humans.

S905upper.jpg (37772 bytes)

Upper jaw shown

#SJ-410-01

3-1/4" wide; stock photo

(8 available)  

$22 ea.

S905-1.jpg (38063 bytes) S905-2.jpg (37772 bytes) 

#SJ-410-10

3" wide; stock photo

(14 available)  

$18 ea.



 

#SJ-410-20

2" wide; stock photo

(1 available)  

$15 ea.

 

SPINNER SHARK JAWS

Spinnersharkphoto.png (8228 bytes)

(Carcharhinus brevipinna)

The spinner shark is a slender shark with a long pointed snout with a gray-bronze coloration and white belly. Nearly worldwide range. A fast swimming, very active, schooling shark that often leaps spinning out of the water (hence its name) to catch prey. It swims rapidly upward through schools of fishes with an open mouth, spinning along its long axis and snapping in all directions, then it penetrates the surface after its feeding run. This species is not dangerous to human beings, although it could be troublesome to divers when spearfishing. Feeds primarily on fishes (sardines, herrings, anchovies, lizardfishes, tunas, bonitos...) but small sharks and rays, too.

Spinner jaw upper.jpg (38949 bytes)

Upper and lower jaw shown

Spinner jaw lower.jpg (38909 bytes)

 

   

#SJ420-1

19" wide

(1 available)

$65

 

   

#SJ420-2

17" wide

(1 available)

$58

sj420-3.jpg (148458 bytes)

#SJ420-3  16" wide; stock photo

(1 available)

$54 

#SJ420-4  15" wide; stock photo

$50  SOLD OUT

sj420-5.jpg (180552 bytes)

#SJ420-5  14" wide 

(25 available)

$46

sj420-6.jpg (147394 bytes)

#SJ420-6

13" wide

(stock photo)

(20 available)

$42

sj420-9.jpg (143432 bytes)

#SJ420-9   

12" wide, stock photo

(10 available)

 $39

 

#SJ-420-30

8" wide

$22  SOLD OUT



#SJ420-45

 7" spinner

(78 available)

$16


#SJ420-47

6" wide; stock photo

(
98 available)

$14
s902k.jpg (144881 bytes)

#SJ-420-50

Average 5" wide, stock photo

(23 available)

$12

s902j.jpg (145430 bytes)

#SJ-420-60

Average 4" wide stock photo

(88 available)

$10

 

#SJ-420-70

3" wide

$8  SOLD

 

SPOTTAIL SHARK JAWS

spottailsharkphoto.jpg (3059 bytes)

(Carcharhinus sorrah)

(Also known as the Sorrah shark)  This shark has a distinctive large black tip on pectorals, second dorsal fin and ventral caudal lobe.  It prefers coral reefs; they are often found in the Indian Ocean; it feeds on fishes and octopi;  a relatively small requiem shark, averages 5 feet long.  It is harmless to humans.

spottailtop.jpg (37597 bytes)  

Upper and lower jaw shown

spottailbottom.jpg (37900 bytes)

sj440-4a.jpg (143806 bytes)

#SJ-440-40

8" wide, stock photo

(37 available)

$20 ea.

sj440-50.jpg (158462 bytes)

#S440-50

7" wide, stock photo

(27 available)

$16 ea.

sj440-55.jpg (150856 bytes)

#S440-55

6" wide; stock photo

(55 available)

$14 ea.

s914e.jpg (141579 bytes)

#SJ-440-60

5 wide", stock photo

(18 available)

$12 ea.

S924D.jpg (37882 bytes)  S924D closeup.jpg (40810 bytes)

#SJ-440-70

4" wide, stock photo

(133 available) 

$10 ea.

#SJ440-80

3" wide, stock photo

(52 available)

$8

 

SWELL-Reticulated Swell Shark

(Cephaloscyllium fasciatum)

retsweelshark2.jpg (40494 bytes) Reticulated Swell SHARK.gif (4569 bytes)

Reticulated Swell SHARK is a small, bottom feeding shark that lives in tropical regions.  Identified from the blotches and reticulated pattern on its body, thus its name.  These jaws are from the Southern Philippines.  This shark has a distinctive jaw with LARGE teeth in front.

Upper:

swell-retic-upper.jpg (159719 bytes)

Lower:

swell-retic-lower.jpg (156785 bytes)

 

   

#SJ445-10

Average 2-3/4"

$59  SOLD

 

THRESHER (BIGEYE) SHARK JAW

big-eye-thresher-shark-photo.jpg (15377 bytes)

(Alopias superciliosus)

s936upper.jpg (141707 bytes)

Upper and lower jaw shown

s936lower.jpg (136722 bytes)



   

 

#SJ450-50

11-1/2" wide

* From Dr. Gordon Hubbell's collection

Total length of shark: 10' 6" (126")

$130  SOLD


   

 

#J450-60

12" wide

* From Dr. Gordon Hubbell's collection

Total length of shark: 10' 6" (126")

$135


#SJ450-71

9"
wide  (1 available)

$80


#SJ450-72

9"
wide  (1 available)

$80
   

#SJ450-80

8" wide  (6 available)

$75


#SJ450-100

6"
wide  (1 available)

$60

   

#SJ-450-109

5" wide

(1 available)

$50

   

#SJ450-110

5"
wide  (1 available)

$50


#SJ450-110a

4"
wide  (1 available)

$40
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sj455d.jpg (131174 bytes)  sj455e.jpg (135611 bytes)  sj455f.jpg (126410 bytes)

#SJ-455

Rare Bigeye Thresher shark jaw HEAD includes skin (painted to life-like color), eyes (natural), tongue (floor of mouth), gills (seen from the back); head measures 7-1/4" wide x 9-1/2" tall x 5-1/4" deep

$250  SOLD

 

THRESHER (PELAGIC)  SHARK JAW

pelagicthreshersharkphoto.jpg (5940 bytes)

(Alopias pelagicus)

Pelagic thresher is the smallest of three thresher species.

s935upper.jpg (156140 bytes)  s935lower.jpg (149296 bytes)

Examples of upper and lower jaw shown above

   

#SJ460-5

8" wide

$70

#SJ-460-10

7-1/2" wide

$60  SOLD

   

     

#SJ-460-11

7-1/2" wide

$60  SOLD

#SJ-460-20

6-1/2" wide

(2 available)

$58

#SJ-460-25

6" wide

(3 available)

$55

 

#SJ-460-30

5" wide

(2 available)

$50

#SJ-460-40

4" wide

(1 available)

$45

   

#SJ-460-50

3" wide

(3 available)

$33 each

 
 

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