Chirotherium barthii Kaup 1835 from the Triassic of the Isle of Arran, Scotland

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Clark, N.D.L.; Aspen, P.; Corrance, H.;
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  • Subject: QE

The mould of a track from SE Arran, and several in situ trackways and individual tracks, as well as a partial trackway on a loose block of Triassic sandstone, from western Arran, represent the first verifiable fossil tracks of Chirotherium from the Triassic of Scotland ... View more
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