Abstract

The Lavini di Marco (Rovereto-Trento) ichnofauna is principally represented by Grallator, Kayentapus, Anomoepus and some Parabrontopodus-like ichnotaxa. The ichnological analysis carried out from a sample of tridactyl footprints shows that Kayentapus is one of the most important tridactyl dinosaur ichnogenera; this one is associated with Grallator and Anomoepus. The analogies of the ichnofaunas from the main ichnosites of NE America, N-NE Europe and Africa suggest a global distribution of Kayentapus during Early Jurassic.

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