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It was assigned to Melanorosauridae by Ellenberger (1970); to Prosauropoda by Nicosia and Loi (2003); to Sauropoda by Knoll (2004); to Prosauropoda by Hunt et al. (1998) and D'Orazi Porchetti and Nicosia (2007); to Navahopodidae by Olsen and Galton (1984) and Milàn et al. (2008); and to Sauropodomorpha by Salisbury et al. (2016).
|Year||Name and author|
|1970||Tetrasauropus Ellenberger p. 345|
|1984||Tetrasauropus Olsen and Galton p. 95|
|1998||Tetrasauropus Hunt et al. p. 523|
|2003||Tetrasauropus Nicosia and Loi p. 138|
|2004||Tetrasauropus Knoll p. 77|
|2007||Tetrasauropus D'Orazi Porchetti and Nicosia pp. 222-227|
|2008||Tetrasauropus Milàn et al. p. 204|
|2016||Tetrasauropus Salisbury et al. p. 47|
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|S. D'Orazi Porchetti and U. Nicosia 2007||Large-sized quadrupedal track, plantigrade, with a tetradactyl pes showing a strong ectaxony, with foot axis almost parallel to the midline of the trackway. Strong claws which in the pes bend inward; manus smaller than the pes (about 2/3) with four digits. Manus regularly placed in front of, and external to, the pes.|