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|S. W. Salisbury et al. 2016||Pedal tracks: small- to medium-sized (proximodistal length 19–25 cm, mediolateral width 28–36.6 cm), tridactyl, mesaxonic (digital impression extension to track length ratio 0.3–37), wider than long, with an average maximum length to maximum width ratio approximately 0.7–0.8; individual digital impressions moderately elongated, broad, and generally oval in shape (the maximum width of each digital impression is 36–45% of the total track length, the latter measured along the principal track axis). The apex of the digital impression is typically rounded. The central digital impression (digit III) usually extends distally beyond the impressions of digits II and IV (relative to the principal track axis) by about a third of the track length; the impression of digit IV extends slightly farther proximally than that of digital impression II; axes of the impressions of digits II and III typically intersect distal to the intersection of the axes of the impressions of digits III and IV in large tracks, and at roughly the same position for smaller tracks; total divarication of the axes of impressions of digits II and IV is narrow (82–92°), as is the divarication of axes of impressions of digits II and III (27–47°) and digits III and IV (47–55°); single digital pad impressions of each digital impression may be present, with the formula of 1/II, 1/III, 1/IV; a metatarsodigital pad impression is absent, such that the proximal track margin is typically bilobed, with each lobe representing the proximal margins of the digital impressions of II and IV.|