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unknown tooth 'please help'

Can anyone help me identify this tooth this tooth was found in the edisto river and appears to be a Angy, but the tooth has four side cusp instead of two. There is ywo cusp on each side the tooth measure in at 3 1/2 inches. I tried to post this in the forum area and could not get image to upload. Thanks for any help. I am thinking this tooth might be in the time frame in between the Ric and Angy.
Location Colleton County, South Carolina, USA

Date Added10/21/2008


Testing out my Scuba Gear for 2010
Testing out my Scuba Gear for 2010
The trail of broken Megs...
The trail of broken Megs...
Edisto Death Hole
Edisto Death Hole

It depends... - 10/21/2008
Reviewer : dw from Summerville South Carolina United States
Total Rating : 8
Hey Sharkdentist, whether that tooth is angustidens or auriculatus depends on where in the river you found it. Definitely don't divulge your locations here, but the Edisto cuts through Eocene and Oligocene deposits in different areas. The Eocene deposits come from the Santee Limestone and the Oligocene deposits come from the Chandler Bridge and Ashley Formations. Awesome looking cusps on that tooth, whatever it is. Congrats! Content Quality : 7 of 10

Drool Quotient : 9 of 10

Picture Quality : 8 of 10
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