A new hadrosaur track from the Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Formation of northwestern New Mexico
Adrian P. Hunt and Spencer G. Lucas

Abstract:

We describe a new dinosaur track from the Fossil Forest Research Natural Area, San Juan County, New Mexico. This is the first track from the upper, Fossil Forest Member of the Fruitland Formation and represents only the second locality for Late Cretaceous dinosaur tracks in the San Juan Basin. The tridactyl track is 800 mm long and 870 mm wide and represents a very large hadrosaur.


Citation:

  1. Hunt, Adrian P.; Lucas, Spencer G., 2003, A new hadrosaur track from the Upper Cretaceous Fruitland Formation of northwestern New Mexico, in: Geology of the Zuni Plateau, Lucas, Spencer G.; Semken, Steven C.; Berglof, William R.; Ulmer-Scholle, Dana S., New Mexico Geological Society, Guidebook, 54th Field Conference, pp. 379-381.

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