First evidence of stegosaurian Deltapodus footprints in North Africa (Iouaridène Formation, Upper Jurassic, Morocco)

@article{Belvedere2010FirstEO,
  title={First evidence of stegosaurian Deltapodus footprints in North Africa (Iouarid{\`e}ne Formation, Upper Jurassic, Morocco)},
  author={Matteo Belvedere and Paolo Mietto},
  journal={Palaeontology},
  year={2010},
  volume={53}
}
Abstract:  New findings of dinosaur footprints are described from the Upper Jurassic Iouaridène ichnosite of Morocco. On the top of two surfaces, stratigraphically close to that bearing the famous Breviparopus taghbaloutensis trackways, two footprints were excavated and assigned to the ichnogenus Deltapodus. This ichnogenus is well known from the Middle Jurassic of Yorkshire and also occurs in Upper Jurassic deposits from Iberia and the United States. This finding represents the first record of… 

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