Age - Cretaceous Commonality - Very uncommon - Scarce
The teeth of Chiloscyllium greeni are small, reaching a maximum length of under 2 mm (.08th of an inch). The crown is smooth with a pair of lateral cusplets, the bottom of the root is triangular with a medial nutrient pore. A distinct nutrient pore is present on each side when viewed on profile. To date, I've only found one complete specimen. The crown of these little guys is very flat looking, making this a relatively easy tooth to identify.
Three Chiloscyllium greeni teeth on a US