Sorry, I accidentally created a new Onchopristis page, not realizing that a page called Onchopristus already existed. "Onchopristus" is not the correct spelling, but it has more content, so I'm thinking you should just delete the new page and rename the old one.
Those are generally the most common type. I've got about 1300 teeth from Sand tigers, bulls and lemon sharks combined. Also, fun fact: many of the teeth images on pages regarding Megalodon, C. angustidens, C. auriculatus, C. hastalis and Hemipristus serra, are actual fossils from my personal collection.
You're far from an idiot. I've just been researching sharks for a very long time. And it's nice having a colleague to work with me. Also, if you're interested, I have a book that you might find useful here.
I got into a fight with the Jaws.Wikia.com founder, apparently he believes that he's in the right because he considers the Jaws Wiki a satire site rather than something for useful information. The bastard blocked me when I called him a hack. So I founded my own Jaws Wiki.
Also, feel free to add any characters from Jaws or any other shark related movie to this wiki. This wiki isn't just for sharks and their kin, but also fictional characters, real scientists and others who interact with sharks as well.
Just to be safe, I also want to inform you that any article on this site should have an infobox, save for the home page or a page on Chondrichthyes Wiki's rules and regulations should I put one up. I'll be creating infoboxes for characters and for shark experts as well to make it easier.
Another thing I would like to discuss with you is for Chondrichthyes Wiki, should we list shark attack victims as well? I have been debating about that, but I'm conflicted in the matter because I do not wish to be insensitive to their memories or to the survivors who suffered these attacks.
That's pretty much why. Sure what happened to them is tragic and terrifying, but at the same time it let's people know what happened was real. It's rare that a Shark Attack would cause human casuality, but at the same time it's still been known to happen. It would help serve as a means to help those that study sharks proceed with caution.