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“…In vertebrate footprint ichnology, the possibility of recognizing actual anatomical characters in a track specimen is usually attached to the term preservation (e.g. Thulborn, 1990;Haubold et al, 1995;Lockley, 1994Lockley, , 1998Lockley et al, 2018;Gand and Durand, 2006;Voigt et al, 2007;Marty, 2008;Marty et al, 2009Marty et al, , 2010Marty et al, , 2018Lucas, 2010a, 2018;Klein and Niedzwiedzki, 2012;Castanera et al, 2013aCastanera et al, , 2013bCastanera et al, , 2018Díaz-Martínez et al, 2015a, 2018Belvedere and Farlow, 2016;Belvedere et al, 2018;Marchetti et al, 2017a,b;Marchetti, 2016Marchetti, , 2018Farlow et al, 2018a;Voigt and Lucas, 2018;Xing et al, 2018). In this usage, preservation is a direct expression of the morphological quality of the specimen.…”
Section: Track Preservationmentioning
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“…In vertebrate footprint ichnology, the possibility of recognizing actual anatomical characters in a track specimen is usually attached to the term preservation (e.g. Thulborn, 1990;Haubold et al, 1995;Lockley, 1994Lockley, , 1998Lockley et al, 2018;Gand and Durand, 2006;Voigt et al, 2007;Marty, 2008;Marty et al, 2009Marty et al, , 2010Marty et al, , 2018Lucas, 2010a, 2018;Klein and Niedzwiedzki, 2012;Castanera et al, 2013aCastanera et al, , 2013bCastanera et al, , 2018Díaz-Martínez et al, 2015a, 2018Belvedere and Farlow, 2016;Belvedere et al, 2018;Marchetti et al, 2017a,b;Marchetti, 2016Marchetti, , 2018Farlow et al, 2018a;Voigt and Lucas, 2018;Xing et al, 2018). In this usage, preservation is a direct expression of the morphological quality of the specimen.…”
Section: Track Preservationmentioning