Here's a view of the skull and mandible; the gray pieces at the upper right are parts of a large echinoid.
And a mandible with numerous in situ teeth - with the exception of a handful of specimens, most fossil odontocetes in the Otekaike Limestone have teeth that are mostly disarticulated.
And the skull has quite a nice dentition as well! Unfortunately, the tip of the rostrum is missing.
Here it is with a little more preparation. The teeth are quite a bit narrower and more needle-like than other Otekaike Limestone odontocetes.
Here's some nice postcrania...
And more teeth; a single tooth resembles Microcetus hectori (a taxon currently being redescribed by Yoshi Tanaka). There are some tusk-like teeth that were found loose - almost all of the Oligocene odontocetes from NZ appear to have had procumbent tusk-like anterior teeth. Provisionally the skull is similar to odontocetes that have been identified previously as "dalpiazinids". It should be a beauty when preparation is done!