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“…Mongolia 1618 . The alternative explanation, that facies and substrate conditions were suitable for the preferential preservation of small tetrapod tracks, is more compelling and supported by the steady increase in reports of abundant tracks attributable to small tetrapods, notably small birds, small pterosaurs, mammals and frogs 1,5–9,1921 . In fact, on the basis of this evidence we argue that the Jinju Formation is a classic example of a Konservat-Lagerstätten defined as a deposit in which body fossil and/or trace fossils show exceptionally good preservation (see SI) 22–26 .…”
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“…Mongolia 1618 . The alternative explanation, that facies and substrate conditions were suitable for the preferential preservation of small tetrapod tracks, is more compelling and supported by the steady increase in reports of abundant tracks attributable to small tetrapods, notably small birds, small pterosaurs, mammals and frogs 1,5–9,1921 . In fact, on the basis of this evidence we argue that the Jinju Formation is a classic example of a Konservat-Lagerstätten defined as a deposit in which body fossil and/or trace fossils show exceptionally good preservation (see SI) 22–26 .…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
“…The rarity of small tracks in most facies is also due to size-related bias, as the global rarity of the footprints of small Mesozoic tetrapods attests 1–9 . Even in the Cretaceous of Korea, where small tetrapod tracks are more abundant than in most other regions, they are still rare, with only three lizard 1–4 , two frog 21 and one mammal 6 tracksite known.…”
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“…South Korea has become globally famous for various tetrapod footprints from Cretaceous strata 1 , among which some clades such as frogs 2 , birds 3 and mammals 4 have been proved for their existences only with ichnological evidence. Recently, a new quadrupedal trackway with a pronounced heteropody (sensu stricto) 5 was discovered in the Daegu Formation (Albian, Lower Cretaceous), Ulsan City, which consists of nine manus-pes sets (Fig.…”
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