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|S. W. Salisbury et al. 2016||Pedal tracks: medium- to large-sized (proximodistal length 24–32.9 cm, mediolateral width 19.7–20.5 cm), tridactyl, mesaxonic (digital impression extension to track length ratio 0.36), longer than wide, with an average maximum length to maximum width ratio of approximately 1.2–1.6; individual digital impressions proportionately elongated and broad, with the impression of digit III being the broadest impression (maximum digital impression width to track length ratio 0.20–0.33), with similar widths for the impressions of digits II (0.16–0.23) and IV (0.16–0.18); impression of digit III is the longest (basal digital impression length 61–81% of total track length), and the impression of digit II extends farther distally than digit IV relative to the principal track axis; axes of the impressions of digits III and IV typically intersect distal to the intersection of the axes of the impressions of digits II and III; total divarication angle between the axes of the impressions of digits II and IV 30–34°; divarication of the axes of the impressions of digits III and IV (20–23°) greater than divarication of axes of the impressions of digits II and III (10–11°); the distance between the proximal margin of each digital impression and the metatarsodigital pad impression is greatest for the impression of digit III, then II, and the least for IV; possible digital pad formula 3/II, 2/III, 3/IV, with the pad impressions associated with the impression of digit IV being variably impressed; impression of ungual present distally on the impression of digit II; a separate, circular metatarsodigital pad impression occurs immediately proximal to the proximal end of the impression of digit IV and in line with the principal track axis, with a width that is approximately equivalent to the width of the impression of digit III; impression of the hallux absent.|