2019
DOI: 10.1016/j.cretres.2018.11.016
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Abstract: Dinosaurs are extremely abundant in the Upper Cretaceous Neuquén Group of the Neuquén Basin (Argentina). Nevertheless, while osteological remains are rich the ichnological record is more restricted. A new sauropod dinosaur trackway with five manus-pes imprint sets discovered in the Cenomanian Candeleros Formation is described here. The trackway belongs to the narrow-gauge type that is identified for the first time in the Cenomanian and possibly for the Late Cretaceous. It is preserved as concave epirelief in f… Show more

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“…J o u r n a l P r e -p r o o f 6 W) is approximately 350 m in straight line from the sauropod trackway documented by Heredia et al (2019). The logged section (1:100) comprises the basal part of the unit (the first 36 m) and follows Heredia et al (2019).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 92%
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“…J o u r n a l P r e -p r o o f 6 W) is approximately 350 m in straight line from the sauropod trackway documented by Heredia et al (2019). The logged section (1:100) comprises the basal part of the unit (the first 36 m) and follows Heredia et al (2019).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…The new track-bearing level is found in the uppermost deposits interbedded with sandstones showing cross-stratification and reactivation surfaces interpreted as small-scale channel bodies. As in the case of the sauropod trackway (Heredia et al, 2019), the tracks studied here are exposed on a flat surface of about 150 m 2 (Fig. 3F).…”
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confidence: 98%
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“…The wide-gauge nature of the AODF 904.S1 trackway distinguishes it from narrowgauge sauropod trackways like Breviparopus taghbaloutensis (Dutuit & Ouazzou, 1980), Parabrontopodus mcintoshi (Lockley, Farlow & Meyer, 1994a), and a trackway from the Cenomanian of Argentina (Heredia et al, 2019). Trackways assigned to Titanopodus mendozensis (González Riga & Calvo, 2009;González Riga, 2011;González Riga & Tomaselli, 2019), as well as unnamed trackways from the Fumanya site in Spain (Vila et al, 2013), are relatively wider-gauge (with significantly lower MTR and PTR values) than the AODF 904.S1 trackway.…”
Section: Description Of Track Morphotypesmentioning
confidence: 99%