A diverse, high-latitude ichnofauna from the Late Cretaceous Wapiti Formation, Alberta, Canada

@inproceedings{Fanti2013ADH,
  title={A diverse, high-latitude ichnofauna from the Late Cretaceous Wapiti Formation, Alberta, Canada},
  author={Federico Fanti and Phil R Bell and Robin L. Sissons},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract The Wapiti Formation in west-central Alberta preserves one of the most diverse Late Cretaceous terrestrial track records yet identified in Canada. At least seven morphotypes are recognized and attributed to mammals, small reptiles or amphibians, tyrannosaurids, medium-sized theropods, hadrosaurids, and ankylosaurs. Most tracks occur isolated on slump blocks associated with latest Campanian (Wapiti Formation unit 4) exposures found along Pipestone Creek and Red Willow River. With the… CONTINUE READING