• Geology
  • Published 2010

Triassic vertebrate fossils in Arizona

@inproceedings{Heckert2010TriassicVF,
  title={Triassic vertebrate fossils in Arizona},
  author={Andrew B. Heckert},
  year={2010}
}
The Triassic System in Arizona has yielded numerous world-class fossil specimens, including numerous type specimens. The oldest Triassic vertebrates from Arizona are footprints and (largely) temnospondyl bones from the Nonesian (Early Triassic: Spathian) Wupatki Member of the Moenkopi Formation. The Perovkan (early Anisian) faunas of the Holbrook Member of the Moenkopi Formation are exceptional in that they yield both body- and trace fossils of Middle Triassic vertebrates and are almost… CONTINUE READING

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