Evidence for Bipedal Prosauropods as the Likely Eubrontes Track-Makers

@article{Weems2019EvidenceFB,
  title={Evidence for Bipedal Prosauropods as the Likely Eubrontes Track-Makers},
  author={R. Weems},
  journal={Ichnos},
  year={2019},
  volume={26},
  pages={187 - 215}
}
Abstract The tridactyl ichnotaxon Eubrontes giganteus commonly has been attributed to a carnivorous theropod dinosaur similar to Dilophosaurus or Liliensternus. For this to be correct, however, at least five unusual circumstances all must be true. (1) If the Eubrontes track-maker was a theropod, it created the most abundant large tracks found in the Connecticut Valley Hartford and Deerfield basins and yet, for unknown reasons, left no skeletal remains there at all. This pattern also holds true… Expand
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