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It was assigned to Megalosaurinidae by Colbert and Merrilees (1967); to Megalosauroidea by Haubold (1971); to Megalosauroidea by Antunes (1976); to Carnosauria by Long (1992); to Allosauroidea by Thulborn (2009); and to Theropoda by Salisbury et al. (2016).
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|E. H. Colbert and D. Merrilees 1967||Bipedal trackway, with pace angulation about 140°-160°, stride about 2 meters
at a normal walk. Individual impressions large (order of 325 millimetres in length), three-toed, and with the angulation of the digits showing an average of about 35° to 45°. Each impression showing second, third and fourth digits with phalangeal formulae of 3 for digit II, 4 for digit III and 5 for digit IV. Trackways probably those of a megalosaurian carnosaur.