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footprint assemblage from wetland deposits in Lower Cretaceous of Maryland”

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doushantuo

thanx

facies,environment,ichnology,vertebrates,mammals,tetrapods,USA,ichnocoenosis:PB);)

Lockley one of the authors

GRRREEAAT

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Tidgy's Dad

Well, i hadn't seen it before. 

That's amazing! :)

Thanks for posting, Kim. 

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Fossildude19

I've moved this topic to "Fossil News"  ;)

 

Thanks for posting, Kim.  

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KimTexan
6 minutes ago, Fossildude19 said:

I've moved this topic to "Fossil News"  ;)

 

Thanks for posting, Kim.  

Thanks. I don’t post news type items so I forgot there was even a catagory for it. 

I wish I had time to sit and peruse all areas of TFF, but sad to say I don’t even have time to stay current and read everything in the General Discussion or Fossil ID and so many other areas.

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WhodamanHD

Well I’ll be, never heard of mammal tracks there. I had the opportunity to see a nodosaur print while being excavated (or rather the sandbags on top of it) back when Ray Stanford found it. Seems they finally prowled the area for more. Dinosaur park is roughly contemporaneous and preserved one mammal jaw thus far, called arundelconodon. So I guess the mammals are to be expected. Thanks for posting!

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Shamalama

That is absolutely amazing IMHO. Such track way diversity!

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Fossildude19
23 hours ago, KimTexan said:

Thanks. I don’t post news type items so I forgot there was even a catagory for it. 

I wish I had time to sit and peruse all areas of TFF, but sad to say I don’t even have time to stay current and read everything in the General Discussion or Fossil ID and so many other areas.

 

No worries, Kim. ;) 

We can handle moving some things from time to time. :) 

 

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Gizmo

Congrats to Dr. Godfrey at the Calvert Marine Museum for overseeing and directing the excavation and making the amazing copy for the Goddard Space Flight Center!

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/speaking-of-science/wp/2018/01/31/spectacular-dinosaur-stomping-grounds-discovered-just-outside-d-c/?utm_term=.ec8416320e93&wpisrc=nl_science&wpmm=1

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