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List of stratigraphic units with ornithischian tracks

Indeterminate or unspecified ornithischian tracks

Name Age Location Description

Abu Agag Formation[1]

Description

Ansbachersandstein[2]

Description

Argana Formation[3]

Middle Carnian[3]

Description

Bajo Barreal Formation[4]

Cenomanian to Coniacian[4]

Description

Balls Bluff Formation[5]

Description

Boonton Formation[6]

Description

Calcari Grigi di Noriglio Formation[7]

Description

Cow Branch Formation[8]

Description

East Berlin Formation[9]

Description

Feltville Formation[10]

Description

Izuki Formation[11]

Description

Kayenta Formation[12]

Sinemurian to Pliensbachian

Description

Kitadani Formation[13]

Aptian to Albian[13]

Description

McCoy Brook Formation[14]

Description

Mecsek Coal Formation[15]

Description

Mist Mountain Formation[16]

Description

Montemarcello Formation[17]

Description

Navajo Sandstone[18]

Pliensbachian to Toarcian[18]

Description

Pajarito Formation[19]

Description

Penglaizhen Formation[20]

Description

Portland Formation[21]

Pliensbachian to Toarcian[21]

Description

Shuttle Meadow Formation[22]

Description

Tomanová Formation[23]

?Late NorianRhaetian

Description

Towaco Formation[24]

Description

Wealden Group[25]

Description

Zagaje Formation[26]

Description


Ceratopsians

Name Age Location Description

Horseshoe Canyon Formation[27]

Early Maastrichtian[27]

Description

Laramie Formation[28]

Late Maastrichtian[28]

Description

Mesaverde Formation[29]

Description

Scollard Formation[30]

Late Maastrichtian[30]

Description

Ornithopods

Name Age Location Description

Akaiwa Formation[31]

  •  

Description

Alacón Formation[32]

  •  

Description

Antenor Navarro Formation[33]

  •  

Description

Arapahoe Formation[34]

  •  

Description

Aréen Formation[35]

  •  

Description

Argiles de l'Irhazer[36]

  •  

Description

Banos del Flaco Formation[37]

  •  

Description

Blackhawk Formation[38]

  •  

Description

Broome Sandstone[39]

  •  

Description

Bruckeburg Formation

 Germany

Cadomin Formation[40]

  •  

Description

Castellar Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Morrison Formation[41]

Time Description

Calcare di Altamura Formation[42]

  •  

Description

Calcari Grigi di Noriglio Formation[7]

  •  

Description

Cedar Mountain Formation[43]

Barremian to basal Cenomanian

Description

Cerroa del Pueblo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Chacarilla Formation[44]

  •  

Description

Chandler Formation[45]

  •  

Description

Chiating Series[46]

  •  

Description

Corda Formation[47]

  •  

Description

Dakota Formation[48]

Description

Dinosaur Park Formation[49]

Late Campanian[49]

Description

Dolomia Principale Formation[50]

  •  

Description

Dunvegan Formation[51]

  •  

Description

Encisco Group[29]

  •  

Description

Festningen Sandstone[29]

  •  

Description

Gates Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Geoncheonri Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Gething Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Glen Rose Formation[52]

Late Aptian to Early Albian[52]

Description

Griman Creek Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Haman Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Hasandong Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Hastings Beds[53]

Late Berriasian to Valanginian[53]

Description

Hensel Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Horseshoe Canyon Formation[27]

Early Maastrichtian[27]

Description

Imi-n-Ifri Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Izuki Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Jianguan Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Jindong Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Jinju Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Kagidani Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Katrol Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Kem-Kem Beds[29]

  •  

Description

Kitadani Formation[13]

Aptian to Albian[13]

Description

Kiyosou-e Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Lakota Formation

Barremian

Description

Laramie Formation[28]

Late Maastrichtian[28]

Description

Lastres Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Lealt Shale Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Mesaverde Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Mexcala Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Milk River Formation[54]

Early Campanian[54]

Description

Montemarcello Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Morrison Formation[41]

Time Description

Nagatogawa Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Nanchao Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Oncala Group[29]

  •  

Description

Pajarito Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Patuxent Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Phra Wihan Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Piranhas Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Plainview Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Precipice Sandstone[29]

  •  

Description

Purbeck Beds[55]

Berriasian[55]

Description

Razorback Beds[29]

  •  

Description

Rio Limay Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Rupelo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Sagog Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Saltwick Formation[29]

  •  

Description

San Giovanni Rotondo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Santa Lucia Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Schrattenkalk Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Sebayashi Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Soncco Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Sousa Formation[29]

  •  

Description

South Platte Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Tantalus Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Tecocoyunca Group[29]

  •  

Description

Terenes Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Tochikubo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Tongfosi Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Tremp Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Uhangri Formation[29]

Description

Villar del Arzobispo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Vilquechico Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Wagad Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Walloon Group[29]

  •  

Description

Wealden Group[29]

Description

Winton Formation[56]

Cenomanian[56]

Woodbine Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Xiguayuan Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Zagaje Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Zarbiz Svita[29]

  •  

Description

Zorillo Formation[29]

  •  

Description

Thyreophorans

Name Age Location Description

Calcari Grigi di Noriglio Formation[7]

Description

Ankylosaurs

Name Age Location Description

Blackhawk Formation[38]

Description

Calcare di Altamura Formation[42]

Description

Cedar Mountain Formation[43]

Barremian to basal Cenomanian

Description

Chandler Formation[45]

Description

Djadochta Formation[57]

Middle Campanian[57]

has many alternate spellings

Dunvegan Formation[51]

Description

Gates Formation[58]

Description

Gething Formation[59]

Description

Plainview Formation[60]

Description

Purbeck Beds[55]

Berriasian[55]

Description

Shirabad Svita[61]

Description

South Platte Formation[62]

Description

Tantalus Formation[63]

Description

Wealden Group[25]

Description

Stegosaurs

Name Age Location Description

Aganane Formation[64]

Description

Broome Sandstone[39]

Description

Chacarilla Formation[44]

Description

Lastres Formation[65]

Description

Morrison Formation[41]

Time Description

Patuxent Formation[66]

Description

Saltwick Formation[67]

Description

Walloon Group[68]

Description

See also

Dinosaurs portal
Paleontology portal
Earth sciences portal

List of dinosaur-bearing rock formations

Footnotes

References

  • Weishampel, David B.; Dodson, Peter; and Osmólska, Halszka (eds.): The Dinosauria, 2nd, Berkeley: University of California Press. 861 pp. ISBN 0-520-24209-2.
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