Myliobatis dixoni/rahouxi Ray Palates (Eagle Ray). These Lower Eocene Qued Zem, near Khourigba, Morocco, North Africa.
The teeth are arranged in the lower and upper jaws in flat tooth plates called pavement teeth, each consisting of about seven series of plates, which are used to crush clam shells and crustaceans. Normally after fossilization, they fragment into individual plates, though sometimes they have been found complete.
Size: 4.0cm largest