New pterosaur tracks (Pteraichnidae) from the Late Cretaceous Uhangri Formation, southwestern Korea

@article{Hwang2002NewPT,
  title={New pterosaur tracks (Pteraichnidae) from the Late Cretaceous Uhangri Formation, southwestern Korea},
  author={Koo Geun Hwang and Min Huh and Martin G. Lockley and David M. Unwin and Joanna L. Wright},
  journal={Geological Magazine},
  year={2002},
  volume={139},
  pages={421 - 435}
}
Numerous footprints of dinosaurs, pterosaurs and birds, together with arthropod tracks, have been discovered in the upper Cretaceous Uhangri Formation which crops out along the south-western coastline of South Korea. This ichnofauna contains the first pterosaur tracks reported from Asia. The digitigrade tridactyl manus impressions exhibit features of a typical pterosaur hand print. The pes impressions, however, show features that are different from pterosaur footprints reported previously… 
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