Vertebrate tracks are comparatively rare in Tertiary deposits of the western United States. Unlike the deposits of the Mesozoic in this region, in which each formation often has several dozen known tracksites, there are only a few known sites in Paleocene units of the region (Lockley and Hunt, 1995), and though the Eocene Green River Formation contains relatively numerous tracks, especially those of birds, there are only a few taxa represented. The occurrence of amphibian tracks in the Eocene Wasatch Formation is therefore of interest, not only in that it adds to the known ichnological record of the...

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