Two distinct types of trace fossils from the festoon cross-stratified Casper sandstone in the Laramie Basin are described. A study of these fossils suggests that during the formation of the cross-stratification the sediment could not have been completely loose and dry nor could the depositional environment have been entirely subaqueous.

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