In going back to the area where I typically find Petalodus teeth, I have several pieces of limestone separated out to look for. In searching, I found another tooth. However upon closer inspection I figured out that I had found the other side of tooth no. 6.

Petalodus Tooth V - Side B
Petalodus Tooth V Side A & B
Two sides of the same tooth. The lighting is odd here, making both sides appear a different color.

Petalodus Catalog

Catalog IDSpecimen NameCrown HeightCrown Width
CG-0015Petalodus I6mm23mm
CG-0016Petalodus II9.5mm24mm*
CG-0029Petalodus III8mm28mm*
CG-0027Petalodus IV10.5mm**
CG-0034Petalodus V14mm27mm*
CG-0038Petalodus VI5.5mm*****
CG-0045Petalodus VII10mm25mm
Current specimens found and metric measurements. Crown height measured from start of root. This includes a dark band that was originally covered by the distal crown tongue.
* – Measured based on symmetry. One side broken/obscured.
** – Unable to measure, both sides broken.
*** – From top of distal crown tongue.