Otozoum


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O`to`zo´um


prop. n.1.(Paleon.) An extinct genus of huge vertebrates, probably dinosaurs, known only from four-toed tracks in Triassic sandstones.
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Particularly noteworthy is the relative abundance of the ichnotaxon Otozoum moodii, which has been plausibly attributed to sauropodomorphs (Rainforth 2003) and some of which are beautifully preserved.
38A, C) and poorly preserved tracks of Otozoum (YPM VP 008669; Fig.
Beach cliff outcrops east and north east of Blue Sac Road have yielded only tracks of Otozoum from volcanoclastic sandstones in rock falls (Fig.
The hallmark of this loss of provincialism is the appearance of basal sauropodomorphs in the McCoy Brook Formation, as documented by skeletal remains at Wasson Bluff and Otozoum tracks elsewhere.