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Fin Lover posted a fossil in Sharks & RaysSawmill Branch contains fossils from more than one formation and epoch, but everything I find online says C. catticus in Summerville come from the Chandler Bridge Formation (upper Oligocene). ID references: 1. Gale, B. (2020). A Beachcomber's Guide to Fossils. The University of Georgia Press. 2. Rabi, M., & Botfalvai, G. (2008). A preliminary report on the Late Oligocene vertebrate fauna from Mariahalom, Hungary. Hantkeniana, 6, 177-185. 3. Godfrey et al. (2018). The Geology and Vertebrate Paleontology of Calvert Cliffs, Maryland, USA. Smithsonian Contributions
Fin Lover posted a topic in Fossil IDA little bit of back story: I went to my first gem and mineral show yesterday and chatted with someone from Charleston about the hobby, finds, etc. He asked if I'd ever found a C. catticus, as I guess they are there but rare. So, I looked through some of my teeth today and found two like this (but one is missing a cusp). Could this be a catticus or something else? 16 mm slant height and 13 mm wide, which is what my local book says is the top of the range. I believe I found it on either Folly or Edisto beach, but I am not good about keeping track of location, since everything around her
C. catticus 12.17.22
Fin Lover posted a gallery image in Members Gallery
sixgill pete posted a fossil in Sharks & RaysNice little C. catticus collected from the Lee Creek Spoil Piles. An uncommon find.