SkaTES, RAYS and FISH
The Bone fish
Paralbula casei is a member of the bonefish family and like the modern bonefish has specialized granular teeth. The bonefish uses these modified teeth to grind its hard shelled prey such as mollusk and crustaceans. The teeth of Paralbula casei are small, averaging only a few millimeters in diameter and are uncommon even when using a fine meshed screen. Isolated teeth are dome like, with an enamel surface that shows faint radiating lines emanating from the center.
The dome like teeth of Paralbula casei are
Left - The top of these teeth have an enamel coating
Bonefish mouth plate