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Reptilia - Iguanodontipodidae
It was synonymized subjectively with Caririchnium by Lucas et al. (2011).
It was assigned to Hadrosauridae by Lockley et al. (2003) and Xing et al. (2009); to Iguanodontidae by Lockley et al. (2009); to Iguanodontipodidae by Díaz-Martínez et al. (2015); and to Hadrosauroidea by Salisbury et al. (2016).
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|M. G. Lockley et al. 2003||Trackway of a large three-toed biped. Tracks as wide or wider than long. Each toe impression consists of an oval pad with long axis parallel to track axis. Track axis rotated inward relative to trackway mid line. Step short, about 2 × foot length. Heel rounded, transverse or posteriorly concave with bilobed posterior margin. May be associated with small manus tracks.|
|L.-d. Xing et al. 2009||Trackway of a large, three-toed biped. Tracks as wide or wider than long. Each tow impression consists of an oval pad with its long axis parallel to the track axis. Track axis rotated inward (about 20°) relative to trackway midline. Step short, about 2x foot length. Heel rounded, transversely or caudally concave, with bilobed caudal margins. May be associated with small manus tracks.|
|I. Díaz-Martínez et al. 2015||Tracks belonging to Iguanodontipodidae with a large heel impression that is bilobed, centred and wide (wider than the width of the proximal part of the digit III impression); pad of digit III shorter than those of digits II and IV; short, wide digit impressions with blunt distal ends.|