Surfaces of boulders and cobbles in the Upper Triassic Quaco Formation of New Brunswick are characterized by crescentic indentations and oval-shaped pits. The crescentic marks are inferred to be the result of percussion during fluvial transport, where the oval-shaped pits are inferred to be produced by pressure-solution at the contacts between boulders.

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