Archosaur footprints (cf. Brachychirotherium) with unusual morphology from the Upper Triassic Fleming Fjord Formation (Norian–Rhaetian) of East Greenland

@article{Klein2015ArchosaurF,
  title={Archosaur footprints (cf. Brachychirotherium) with unusual morphology from the Upper Triassic Fleming Fjord Formation (Norian–Rhaetian) of East Greenland},
  author={Hendrik Klein and Jesper Mil{\`a}n and Lars B. Clemmensen and Nicolaj Frob{\o}se and Octávio Mateus and Nicole Klein and Jan Schulz Adolfssen and Eliza Jarl Estrup and Oliver Wings},
  journal={Special Publications},
  year={2015},
  volume={434},
  pages={71 - 85}
}
Abstract The Ørsted Dal Member of the Upper Triassic Fleming Fjord Formation in East Greenland is well known for its rich vertebrate fauna, represented by numerous specimens of both body and ichnofossils. In particular, the footprints of theropod dinosaurs have been described. Recently, an international expedition discovered several slabs with 100 small chirotheriid pes and manus imprints (pes length 4–4.5 cm) in siliciclastic deposits of this unit. They show strong similarities with… 
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