PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND PALEOECOLOGY OF A LOWER TRIASSIC INVERTEBRATE AND VERTEBRATE ICHNOASSEMBLAGE FROM THE RED PEAK FORMATION (CHUGWATER GROUP), CENTRAL WYOMING

@inproceedings{Lovelace2012PALEOENVIRONMENTSAP,
  title={PALEOENVIRONMENTS AND PALEOECOLOGY OF A LOWER TRIASSIC INVERTEBRATE AND VERTEBRATE ICHNOASSEMBLAGE FROM THE RED PEAK FORMATION (CHUGWATER GROUP), CENTRAL WYOMING},
  author={David M. Lovelace and Stephen D. Lovelace},
  year={2012}
}
ABSTRACT The Lower Triassic Red Peak Formation of the Chugwater Group has long been considered to have an extremely poor paleontological record, although the cause for the apparent dearth of fossils has yet to be been determined. During the course of fieldwork in central Wyoming numerous vertebrate and invertebrate ichnogenera (n ≥ 11) were observed. Vertebrate tracks and trackways representative of dinosauromorph, archosaur, lepidosaur, and testudinate trackmakers were found (cf. Rotodactylus… 
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