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Reptilia - Avetheropoda - Avipedidae
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|R. T. McCrea and W. A. S. Sarjeant 2001||A species of Aquatilavipes of small size, with slim digits; the thickness of the slimmest digit (III) is less than 8% of its length, the others being somewhat thicker (up to 12.5‡ of length). All digits terminate in claws, that on digit III being especially acute. The digits were flexible, digits II and III generally curving inward distally, digit IV outward. Digit III is about 50% longer than digit II and 40% longer than digit IV. Total interdigital span varies from 90° to 130°, averaging 113°.
The angle of the footprints to the center of the trackway (footprint rotation) varies, but they tend to be directed inward. The trackway is of moderate breadth.