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Re: Sauropod footprints
From: Luis Azevedo Rodrigues <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thursday, July 03, 2003 5:33 AM
Subject: Sauropod footprints
>I'm looking for references on sauropod pes print where digits were
Not sure this one qualifies as "digits", Its apparently a titanosaurid
trackway, and that means the metacarples are incontact with the ground. The
tracks them selves look for the world as what you'd get if you were to
loosely bunch up the tips of your fingers then press them into wet sand.
Here's the ref:
YUONG-NAM LEE & MIN HUH. 2002. MANUS-ONLY SAUROPOD TRACKS IN THE UHANGRI
FORMATION (UPPER CRETACEOUS), KOREA AND THEIR PALEOBIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS.
J. Paleont 76(3) pp.558 564