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The Morrison Formation is a laterally extensive terrestrial deposit representingan ecologically diverse assemblage of paleoenvironments from the Late Jurassic ofwestern North America. Although the Morrison Formation has recently been interpretedas a semiarid lowland savannah on the basis of geological and paleobiologicalindicators, many microenvironments within this system are more consistent with newinterpretations of the Morrison as a ground-water dominated “wetland” deposit. Herewe report new fossils from a little-studied exposure of the Morrison Formation in andaround Temple Canyon Park near Cañon City, Colorado. The Temple Canyon sectionshows a relatively thin sequence of conglomerate, sandstone, siltstone, mudstone, andlimestone beds representing alluvial to...

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