Abstract

Two varieties of tracks and trails from sandstone in the Lower Devonian Jacquet River Formation (lower Dalhousie Group; i.e. Helderberg) from northern New Brunswick are attributed to arthropod, possibly phyllocarid and eurypterid, activity. A very nearshore-marine environment is inferred.Two ichnospecies, Arthropodichnus jacquetenis and A. chelopodus are described.

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