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|S. W. Salisbury et al. 2016||Manus tracks: medium- to large-sized (proximodistal length 11–14 cm, mediolateral width 19.5–22 cm), typically wider than long, with a proximodistal length to maximum mediolateral width ratio of approximately 0.6; overall track morphology oval with indistinct/absent digital impressions; digital pad impressions absent. Pedal tracks: small- to medium-sized (proximodistal length 15–22.5 cm, mediolateral width 16–20.7 cm), tridactyl, mesaxonic, longer than wide (maximum proximodistal length to maximum mediolateral width ratio of 1.0–1.3); individual digital impressions proportionately short (maximum length of each digit impression to maximum proximodistal track length ratio of 0.13–0.35); individual digit impressions fairly broad (maximum width of each digit impression to maximum proximodistal track length ratio of 0.2–0.37); digit II and IV impressions extend subequally relative to the principal track axis; total divarication angle between the axes of the impressions of digits II and IV 30–55°; divarication of axes between impressions of digits II and III (21–35°) and digits III and IV (15–39°) approximately the same. Trackway (quadrupedal): pace angulation of pedal track approximately 133° (129–142°); pedal track stride length approximately 5.8 times the maximum pes length; pedal track pace length approximately 3.3 times the pedal track length. Pedal tracks can be laterally or medially rotated relative to the trackway orientation; manual tracks laterally rotated, and directed craniolateral relative to the trackway orientation.|