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On the Dinosaur Tracks from the Lower Cretaceous of Otog Qi, Inner Mongolia
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On the Dinosaur Tracks from the Lower Cretaceous of Otog Qi, Inner Mongolia
内蒙古鄂托克旗下白垩统恐龙足迹
Language:  In Chinese with English abstract
Author:  Li Jianjun
Pub. Date:  2011-01 Weight:   kg ISBN:  7116071827
Format:  Paperback Pages:  109 pages +8 plates
Subject:  Paleontology > Vertebrate
Series:   Size:  185x260mm
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The Chabu area, where most dinosaur and bird tracksites are found, is located in South-west of Otog Qi. At present thousands of tracks are known from 16 different track sites, distributed in more than 400 square meters in Chabu area. The theropod tracks that are the most in the study area, have been recognized in all 16 track sites, but the sauropod tracks have been only found in Tracksites 5, 6 and 8, and bird tracks have been reported from Tracksites 1,4, 5 and 15. The all 16 tracksites will be detailedly described in this paper.
From more than 1500 dinisaur tracks and more than 100 bird track fossils, 5 ichnotaxa are recognized, including theropods, Chapus lockleyi, Asianopodus, Grallator, sauropod Brontopodus birdi and birds Aquatilavipes swiboldae a new species has been recognized and named as Asianopodus robustus sp.nov.






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