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Reptilia - Chirotheriidae
It was recombined as Synaptichnium cameronense by Demathieu and Haubold (1972); it was recombined as Synaptichnium cameronensis by Klein and Lucas (2010).
|Year||Name and author|
|1948||Chirotherium cameronensis Peabody pp. 355-356 figs. Pl. 36, 40A|
|1954||Chirotherium cameronensis Baird p. 168|
|1958||Chirotherium cameronense Kuhn p. 21|
|1969||Chirotherium cameronense Haubold p. 92 fig. 2|
|1972||Synaptichnium cameronense Demathieu and Haubold p. 804|
|2010||Synaptichnium cameronensis Klein and Lucas p. 19|
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If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.
|F. E. Peabody 1948||Relatively narrow, long striding trackway, pace angulation 180 degrees; pes length 5 cm., pes digit IV as long as III, digit V short and slender without specialized pad; manus digits I-IV relatively long, pes digits relatively widespread.|