Family: COPROFACIES Nova

Coprogenus: Alococopros HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Greek, alocos, 'furrowed', and Greek, korpos, 'dung'.

Species: triassicus HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER 2007
Etymology: Named for the Triassic period, which yields all known specimens of this species.

Holotype: UMMP 7253 (partim).

Locality: Crosby County, Texas.

Horizon: Tecovas Formation, Chinle Group (Dockum Group).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

UMMP 8253 (partim): Coprolite.

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Coprogenus: indicus HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Named for the country of India from which the type specimens originate.

Holotype: BMNH unnumbered Matley Collection.

Locality: North of Kadubana, India.

Horizon: Lameta Formation.

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian Subepoch, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: 2 sections of the same coprolite.

Referred mtaerial:

Unnumbered, Matley Colletion: Coprolites.

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Coprogenus: Bactryllium HEERE, 1853
Etymology:

Coprospecies: canaliculatum HEERE, 1853
Etymology:

Holotype:

Locality:

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age:

Material:

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Coprospecies: plicatum ALLASINAZ, 1968
Etymology:

Holotype:

Locality:

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age:

Material: Coprolites.

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Sp

SALVINI-BONNARD & ZANINETTI, 1989

Locality: La Cerchiara, Auct., Lagonegro Basin, Southern Apennines, Italy.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Ladinian Stage, Late Mid Triassic Epoch or Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Numbers: Not given: Coprolites.

 

 

Locality: Pietra Maura, Auct., Lagonegro Basin, Southern Apennines, Italy.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Mid Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material:

Numbers: Not given: Coprolites.

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Coprogenus: Dakyronocopros HUNT & LUCAS, 2005a
Etymology: Greek, dakyron, 'tear drop'; in allusion to the teardrop shape of the corpolites, adn Greek, kopros, 'fece'.

Corpospecies: arroyoensis HUNT & LUCAS, 2005a
Etymology: From the Arroyo Formation, which yielded the specimens.

Holotype: TMM 40339-8

Locality: West Table Mountian, Taylor County, Texas.

Horizon: Arroyo Formation, Lower Clear Fork Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron lower D.

Age: Middle Leonardian stage, upper Rotliegendes, Early Permian.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

Locality: Coffee Creek, Baylor County, Texas.

Horizon: Arroyo Formation, Lower Clear Fork Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron lower D.

Age: Middle Leonardian stage, upper Rotliegendes, Early Permian.

Material:

TMM 40338-11: Coprlite:

 

Locality: Swinks Ranch Locality, Texas.

Horizon: Archer City Formation, upper Bowie Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron upper A.

Age: Late Wolfcampanian stage, Lower Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

TMM 45572-2, 3: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Rattlesnake Canyon, southeast of Black Flat, northwestern Archer County, Texas.

Horizon: Nocona Formation (formerly lower to lower upper Admiral Formation, middle Wichita Group), Lower Wichita Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron lower B.

Age: Upper Wolfcampanian stage, Upper Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

TMM 40333-233: Coprolite.

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Coprogenus: Dicynodontocopros HUNT, LUCAS & LOCKLEY, 1998
Etymology: In reference to the putative source animal, Dicynodonts, and copros, :”dung”: Dicynodon dung.

Coprospecies: maximus HUNT, LUCAS & LOCKLE”Y, 1998
Etymology: In reference to its large size relative to other coprolites from nonmarine Triassic strata.

Holotype: UCMP 7253

Locality: Crosby County, Texas.

Horizon: Tecovas Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

MNA 2720, 2721-2723: Coprolites.

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Coprogenus: Falcatocopros HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Latin, falcatus, 'crescent'; referring to the thin, curved shape of this coprolite and Greek, kapros, 'dung'.

Coprospecies: oxfordensis HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Named for the Oxford Clay, which yieled the holotype.

Holotype: Near Peterborough, England.

Horizon: Oxford Clay.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Jurassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

BMNH R 2110: Coprolite.

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Coprogenus: Heteropolacopros HUNT, LUCAS & LOCKLE”Y, 1998
Etymology: From the heteropolar form (sensu Neumayer, 1904) and the Greek for Dung, (Copros).

Coprospecies: texaniensis HUNT, LUCAS & LOCKLEY, 1998
Etymology: For the state of Texas which has produced the majority of specimens of this species.

Holotype: UMP 7253 (partim)

Locality: Crosby County, Texas.

Horizon: Tecovas Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Note: From a xenacanth shark or possibly a lungfish?

Referred material:

UMMP 7253 (partim): Coprolite.

Note: These coprolite are known from the Otischalikian to Adamanian Carnian, Late Triassic.

HUNT & LUCAS, 2005c

Locality: Sid McAdams Locality, Taylor County, Texas.

Horizon: Vale Formation, Middle Clear Fork Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron lower to middle D.

Age: Upper Leonardian Stage,Upper Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

TMM 30966-278, 30966-518: Coprolites.

 

HUNT, LUCAS & SPIELMANN, 2005

Locality: NMMNH locality 4700, VanderHoof Quarry, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper El Cobre Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Wolfcampanian, Coyotean, Ealry Permian.

Material:

NMMNH P-46513, 46509, 46517, 46497, 46498, 46514, 46518, 46515, 46518, 46516: Coprolites.

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Coprogenus: Liassocopros HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: In reference to the Liassic of England, which yielded the first and most numerous specimens of this ichnogenus, and Greek, kopros, 'dung'.

Coprospecies: hawkinsi HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: In honor of Thomas Hawkins, who described specimens attributed here to this ichnogenus in 1834.

Holotype: BMNH R. 2107

Locality: Lyme Regis, England.

Horizon: Lower Lias.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Jurassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

Coprolites from the Lower Lias of Lyme Regis.

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Coprogenus: Malericopros HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: From the Maleri Formation, which yielded the holotype of this genus, and Greek, kopros, 'dung'.

Coprospecies: matleyi HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Named after C. A. Matley, who first described Indian Triassic and Cretaceous coprolites in detail.

Holotype: GSI K.42/419

Locality: Near Maleri, India.

Horizon: ?Lower Maleri Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material; Coprolite.

Referred material:

ISI. P.71: Coprolite.

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Coprogenus: Saurocopros HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: Greek, sauros, 'lizard', and Greek, kopros, 'dung'; to honor Buckland's (1829, p. 227, caption fo rplate 28) use of the term 'sauro-coprolies' for specimens of this ichnotaxa.

Coprospecies: bucklandi HUNT, LUCAS, SPIELMANN & LERNER, 2007
Etymology: In honor of Rev. William Buckland, who first described specimens of this ichnogenus.

Holotype: BMMNH R. 2102

Locality: Lyme Regis, England.

Horizon: Lower "Lias".

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Jurassic.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

BMNH R 41284, R. 1402: Coprolites.

Numbers: Not given: Several coprolites.

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Coprogenus: Strophocopros HUNT & LUCAS, 2005c
Etymology: Greek, strophos, 'twisted cord or rope'; in allusion to the ropy surface textrue of the coprolites, and Greek, kopros, 'feces'.

Coprospecies: valensis HUNT & LUCAS, 2005c
Etymology: In reference to the Vale Formation, which yielded the specimens.

Holotype: TMM 30966

Locality: Sid McAdams Locality, Taylor County, Texas.

Horizon: Vale Formation, Middle Clear Fork Group.

Biostratigraphy: Land-vertebrate faunachron lower to middle D.

Age: Upper Leonardian Stage,Upper Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material: Coprolite.

Referred material:

TMM 30966

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Coprolites attributed to specific taxa/families

Labrynithodontia

Gen. sp indet.

ANGUSTA, 1936

Locality: Kote 383 NW of Boskovice, Mahren, Germany.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Permian.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolite.
Note: Stegocephalian?

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GAUDRY, 1888

Locality: Dracy-Saint-Loup, Autun, France.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age:

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolite with scales of Palaeoniscus.
Note: Referred to Actinodon frossardi.

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Turtles

ANONYMOUS, 1997

Locality: Near Faith, Hill City, South Dakota.

Horizon: Hell Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian age, upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

FMNH: Turtle coprolite?

Note: Found with “Sue”.

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cf. Notochelone sp KEAR, 2006b

Locality: Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon: Toolebuc Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Albain Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Uppermost Early Cretaceous Epoch, Middle Cretaceous.

Material:

AM F87832, QM F49190, SAM P41007: Fragmentary skeletons.

Note: With gut contents and coprolites; Stacked inocermaid shell fragments.

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Lizards

Genus: Mosasaurus

Species: occidentalis MORTON 1844 (nomen nudum)
Etymology:

Holotype:

Locality: Ferruginous sand near Mount Holly, New Jersey.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material: 38 nearly perfect vertebrae, a perfect tooth and several fragments of bone. Also a perfect coprolite.
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Archosauromorpha

Choristodera

BAKHURINA & UNWIN, 1995

Locality: Dry river bed north of lake Hara-Us-Nur in the Tatal region, which lies in part of the Sangin-Dalay-Nur Depression, Mongolia.

Horizon: Tsagan-tasb Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Berriasian/Valanginian Stage, Lower Neocamian Subepoch, Lower Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolite.
Note: From a champsosaur?

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Crocodilia

Genus: Stenosaurus bollensis

WALKDEN, FRASIER & MUIR, 1987

Locality: Port Mulgrave, Yorkshire Coast, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Lower part of the Jet Rock Member.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Jurassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Fragmentary skull, tooth, cervical and dorsal vertebrae, scutes, ?radius, gastrolith, coprolite, cervical rib, ?scapula and indeterminate bones.

Genus: Metriorhynchus MEYER, 1830

Species: superciliosum (De BLAINVILLE, 1853) DESLONGCHAMPS, 1869

Referred specimen:

YOUNG, BRUSATTE, RUTA & DE ANDRADE, 2010

Locality: England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Oxford Clay.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Callovian Stage, Upper Dogger Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material:

GLAHM V1015: Incomplete skull, disarticulated mandible, atlas axis, right atlas rib, both coracoids, right ischium, femora, right tibia and fibula and two coprolites.

 

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Pterosauria

Pterosaur coprolite?

DAVILA-ALCOER, VEGA & LEHMAN, 1999

Locality: Parras Basin, Coahuila State, Mexico.

Horizon: Cerro del Pueblo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material: Relatively large coprolite with a partially digested carapace of a potamobiid crayfish.

Number: Not given: Coprolites.

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Theropoda

Coelophysis bauri

RINEHART, HUNT, LUCAS & HECKERT, 2005, RINEHART, LUCAS, HECKERT, SPIELMANN & CELESKEY, 2009

Locality: Ghost Ranch Quarry or the Whitaker Quarry, SE 1/4, SE. 1/4, SW 1/4, Section 1, Township 24 North, Range 4 East, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Rock Point Formation, Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Apachean, Late Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-44801: Fragmentary skeleton with small amounts of coprolite material and sparse bone fragments.

NMMNH P-42352: Fragmentary skeleton with cololite and/or coprolite material with small bone fragments.

NMMNH P-44552: Nearly complete postcranial skeleton.
Note: Probable regurgitalite fills part of the oral cavity as well as covering the posterior part of the skull which consists of many bone fragments, including an incomplete premaxilla with one tooth, and a maxilla or a jaw fragment with two teeth, of a small Coelophysis (i.e. cannibalism).
Note: Has a coprolite (hand and wrists bones and bone fragments of a juvenile Coelophysis).

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Tyrannosaurus rex

ANONYMOUS, 1995, CHIN, TOKARYK, ERICKSON, & CALK, 1998, TOKARYK & BYRANT, 2004

Locality: SMNH Locality 72F07-0022, in the Frenchman River valley, 215 miles southwest of Regina, near the North Dakota Border, Saskatchewan Province, Canada.

Horizon: Frenchman Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian age, upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.
Note: 28.3 m below the K-T boundary.

Material:

Eastend Fossil Research Station, SMNH P2609: The largest coprolite found with pulverized ornithopod bones.

Note: Found next to the Tyrannosaurus rex nick named “Scotty.”

Note: A large coprolite was found near this specimen.

SMNH P2523.130, P2523.231: Coprolites.

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EBERTH & SLOBODA, 1999, CHIN, EBERTH, SCHWEITZER, RANDO, SLOBODA & HORNER, 2003

Locality: Near Onefour, Dinosaur Provincial Park, Alberta Province, Canada.

Horizon: Dinosaur Park Formation, upper Judith River Group.

Biostratigraphy: Lethbridge coal zone.

Age: Judithian age, Middle Campanian Stage, middle Senonian subepoch, upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

RTMP 98.102.7: Coprolite with muscle scars from prey.
Note: Tyrannosaurid.

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Sauropoda

Titanosauria?

GHOSH, BHATTACHARYA, SAHNI,KAR, MOHABEY & AMBWANI, 2003, KAR, SHARMA & KAR, 2004, PRASAD, STROMBERG, ALIMOHAMMADIAN & SAHNI, 2005, DUTTA & AMBWANI, 2007

Locality: Pisdura-Dongargaon area, Jubbulpore, Madhya Pradesh State, India.

Horizon: Lameta Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian Subepoch, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

4 different classes of coprolites, type A-D.

Note: Type A possibly from titanosaurids.

Note: KAR, SHARMA & KAR, 2004, SHARMA, KAR, AGARWAI, & KAR, 2005: have found fungi in some coprolites. (Isisaurus colberti)

Note: Grass phytoliths have been found in coprolites possible from titanosaurids, PRASAD, STROMBERG, ALIMOHAMMADIAN & SAHNI, 2005.

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MOHABEY, UDHOJI & VERMA, 1993

Locality: Dhamni-Pavna Section, roadside section just southwest of Dhamni Village, Maharashtra State, India.

Horizon: Lameta Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites of a sauropod? Found associated with Titanosaurus sp and Antarctosaurus sp.

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Ornithischia

CHIN & KIRKLAND, 1998

Locality: Mygatt-Moore (M&M) Quarry, Mesa County, Western Colorado.

Horizon: Middle Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone 3.

Age: Comobluffian age, Kimmeridgian Stage, uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material:

MWC 2696-2701: Herbiverous coprolites.

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Hadrosauria

CHIN, 1990

Locality: Montana.

Horizon: Two Medicine Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Hadrosaurian coprolites?

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HOLLOCHER, CHIN, HOLLOCHER & KRUGE, 2001, CHIN, HARTMAN & ROTH, 2009

Locality: Willow Creek anticline, near the town of Choteau, Montana.

Horizon: Two Medicine Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MOR: Calcareous coprolites.
Note: Probably from a hadrosaur.

Note: With associated snails on coprolites.

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Aves

SANZ, CHIAPPE, FERNANDEZ-JALVO, ORTEGA, SANCHEZ-CHILLON, POYATO-ARIZA & PEREZ-MORENO, 2001

Locality: Las Hoyas fossil site, La Cierva Township, , 20 km east of Cuenca, in the Castellan Branch of the Iberian Range, Cuenca Province, Spain.

Horizon: Calizas de La Huerguina Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Hauterivian Stage, Late Neocomian subepoch-Lower Barremian Stage, Early Gallic subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: A pellet with 3 different genera of birds.
Note: Possibly from a theropod.

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Cynodontia

Locality: Sitio Cortado site, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolite from a Cynodont, with a new species of pinworm.

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Coprolites incertae sedis


ANTUNES & de BROIN, 1988

Locality: Aveiro, Portugal.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian-Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 

 

Locality: Taveiro, Portugal.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian-Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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BAGHAI-RIDING & DiBENEDETTO, 2001

Locality: Southeast side of Rattlesnake Mountain,Big Bend National Park, Brewster County, Texas.

Horizon: Aguja Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

TMM 43638-1: Large coprolite.

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BONDE & VARRICCHIO, 2005

Locality: Southern Nevada.

Horizon: Willow Tank Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Albian Stage, middle Gallic subepoch, lower Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Several coprolites, some with fish scales.

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BUCKLAND, 1835

Locality: Osmington Mill on the coast of Dorset, about 4 miles east of Weymouth, Dorset County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Oxford Clay.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Callovian Stage, Upper Dogger Epoch, Late Middle Jurassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Small, the size of fiberlets.


Locality: Tilgate Forest, Sussex, Brook, Isle of Wight County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wealden Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 

 


Locality: Wiltshire, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Greensand.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Size of a filbert.

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BURMEISTER, FLYNN, PARRISH & WYSS, 2006

Locality: Locality M-21, Poamay, Central Morondava Basin, Madagascar.

Horizon: Isalo II, Isalo Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic?

Material:

8139774-1: Bage of 13 coprolites.

8139777-4: Crushed coprolite.

8139780-8, 8139782-44: Coprolite fragment.

813977A-1: Bag of 58 coprolites.

Locality: Locality M-24, Poamay, Central Morondava Basin, Madagascar.

Horizon: Isalo II, Isalo Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic?

Material:

8129779-8: Small fragment.

8169789-1: Coprolite fragments.

 

Locality: Locality M-25, Poamay, Central Morondava Basin, Madagascar.

Horizon: Isalo II, Isalo Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic?

Material:

8159785-4: Coprolite fragment.

 

Locality: Locality M-26, Poamay, Central Morondava Basin, Madagascar.

Horizon: Isalo II, Isalo Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic?

Material:

8159787-1: 6 pieces of a coprolite.

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CHIN & BISHOP, 2007

Locality: San Rafael Swell, Emery County, Utah.

Horizon: Brushy Basin Member, Morrison Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Zone?

Age: Age?, Stage? uppermost Malm Epoch, Late Jurassic.

Material:

UCM 98012: Fragmentary theropod coprolite with bone fragments.

Note: With dermistid beetle borrings.

Number: Not given: 74 fragmentary coprolites, some with beetle borrings.

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da ROSA, SCHWANKE, CISNEROS, NETO, AURELIO & POITEVIN, 2004

Locality: Sitio Cortado, Novo Cabrais, S29°44'55", W53°00'06, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.

Horizon: Alemoa Member, Santa Maria Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Dinodontosaurus Cenozone.

Age: Late Ladinian Substage Late Landian Stage, Uppermost Mid Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material:

UFSM 11193, 11184, 11096: Coprolites.

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DUFFIN, 1980

Locality: Chilcolmpton, Somerset County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites.

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DUFFIN, COUPATEZ, LEPAGE & WOUTERS, 1983

Locality: Motorway excavations close to Habay-la-Vieille, Belg. Geol. Survey sheet 218, Tintigny-Etalle, Belgium.

Horizon: HLV 5 (Habay-la-Vieille).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given:

Locality: Motorway excavations close to Habay-la-Vieille, Belg. Geol. Survey sheet 218, Tintigny-Etalle, Belgium.

Horizon: S1 (Sagnette, Hachey), Rhaetian.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 


Locality: Motorway excavations close to Habay-la-Vieille, Belg. Geol. Survey sheet 218, Tintigny-Etalle, Belgium.

Horizon: S3 (Sagnette, Hachey).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 


Locality: Motorway excavations close to Habay-la-Vieille, Belg. Geol. Survey sheet 218, Tintigny-Etalle, Belgium.

Horizon: UDK (Unter der Kirche, Hachy), Sagnette, Hachey.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Uppermost Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: 4

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ENSOM, 2002

Locality: Durlston Bay, Dorset County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Intermarine Member, DB 118.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Berriasian Stage, Lowermost Neocomian Substage, Lowermost Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

DORCM GS 1202: Coprolite.

Unnumbered: Coprolite.


Locality: Sunnydown Farm near Langton Matravers, Dorset County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Cherty Freshwater Member, Upper Lulworth Formation, Purbeck Beds.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Berriasian Stage, Lowermost Neocomian Substage, Lowermost Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

DORCM GS 1203: Mosaic coprolites.

DORCM GS 1181: Straight form.

DORCM GS 1180: ‘Sprial’ form.

DORCM GS 1175, Cylindrical coprolite.

DORCM GS 1177: Cylindrical coprolite with sphincter constructions and pinched ends.

DORCM GS 1179: Lizard jaw fragment with teeth in a coprolite.

DORCM GS 1182: Coprolite with sphincterppinch.

DORCM GS 1158: Coprolite.

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FIORELLI, EZCURRA, HECHENLEITNER, ARGANARAZ, TABORODA, TROTTEYN, BACZKO, & DESOJO, 2013

Locality: El Torcido Locality, southwestern La Rioja Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Chanares Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Ladinian Stage, upper Mid Triassic Epoch, Upper Middle Triassic-Carnian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material: Hundreds of coprolites.

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GHEVARIYA, 1988

Locality: Bed Number 3, from a locality about 3.5 km south of Anjar town, near eastern margin of 0.90 in toposheet 41 I/4, Kachchh District, Gujarat State, India.

Horizon: Intertrappean.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

GC/S/2333: Coprolite.

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HECKERT, 1997

Locality: NMMNH L-1503, Zuni Mountains, West Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-22474: 2 coprolites.

Locality: NMMNH L-3251, Zuni Mountains, West Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-18454: 5 coprolites.

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HECKERT, 1999

Locality: NMMNH L-248, Lucero uplift, Cibola County, Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-18461: 8 vertebrate coprolites.

NMMNH P-3660 : Vertebrate coprolite.

NMMNH P-17758 : Coprolite.

 

 

Locality: NMMNH L-3380, Lucero uplift, Cibola County, Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-18385: Vertebrate coprolite.

 

 

Locality: NMMNH L-3381, Lucero uplift, Cibola County, Central New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-18395: 14 vertebrate coprolites.

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HECKERT, 2001

Locality: NMMNH Locality 1312, Crosby County, Texas.

Horizon: Colorado City Member, Dockum Formation, Chinle Group (Lower Kalgary).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Otischalkian, Late Carnian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-30789: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH P-34181: Several coprolites.


Locality: NMMNH Locality 1430, Crosby County, Texas.

Horizon: Colorado City Member, Dockum Formation, Chinle Group (Upper Kalgary).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-25751: Numerous (approximately 85) coprolites.

NMMNH P-26447: Numerous coprolites.

 

 

Locality: NMMNH Locality 860 (Trilophosaurus quarries), Howard County, Texas

Horizon: Colorado City Member, Dockum Formation, Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Otischalkian, Late Carnian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-29399: Many macrovertebrate coprolites.

NMMNH P-34055: Microvertebrate coprolite.

 

 

Locality: NMMNH Locality 2739, Sixmile Springs, New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-34462: Very small (mm-scale) coprolites.

 

 

Locality: NMMNH Locality 354, New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH P-31617: 20+ burrows or coprolites.

 

 


Locality: Dying Grounds, PEFO 122, Apache County, Arizona.

Horizon: Upper Blue Mesa Member, Petrified Forest Formation, Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

PEFO 20374: Coprolite with partial archosauriform tooth imbedded in it.

PEFO 20392: Many small coprolites.

PEFO 30393096: Many large coprolites.

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HECKERT, LUCAS & ESTEP, 2002

Locality: MNA 213, northwest of Cameron, Coconino County, Arizona.

Horizon: Probably Shinarump Formation, Lower Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Otischalkian, Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

MNA pl. 615-617: Coprolites from a tetrapod.

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HECKERT, LUCAS & KRZYZANOWSKI, 2003

Locality: NMMNH locality 4479, Adobe Canyon, Santa Rita Mountains, Santa Cruz County, Arizona.

Horizon: Fort Crittenden Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

NMMNH P-34912: Coprolite.

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HECKERT, LUCAS, ZEIGLER & KAHLE, 2001

Locality: NMMNH Locality 3775, Borden County, Texas.

Horizon: Uppermost Tocovas Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites.

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HERNANDEZ, AQUILLON, DELGADO & GOMEZ, 1995

Locality: Southeastern part of Coahuila State, Mexico.

Horizon: Cerro Del Pubelo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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HILTON, 2003

Locality: Baja California State, Mexico.

Horizon: "El Gallo Formation".

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian Subepoch, Uppermost Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

LACM 101178: Coprolite.

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HOGANSON & MURPHY, 2002

Locality: Stumpf Composite, ND99-15, SE ¼, SW ¼, sec. 34, T13N, R79W, Morton County, North Dakota.

Horizon: Breien Member, Hell Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian age, upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

Note: Marine deposit.

Locality: Hazelton Road cut, ND99-22, NW ¼, NE ¼, NE ¼, sec. 9, T135N, R77W, Emmons County, North Dakota.

Horizon: Breien Member, Hell Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian age, upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:
Note: Marine deposit.

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HOLLOCHER, ALCOBER, COLOMBI & HOLLOCHER, 2005

Locality: Walle Pintado, Ischigualasto Basin, San Juan Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Lower third of the Ischigualasto Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Numbers: Not given: Several carnivore coprolites.

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HOLLOCHER, HOLLOCHER & RIGBY, 2010

Locality: Triceratops site, between Jordan, 47°32'6.4", 107°2'54.3W, Garfield County, Montana.

Horizon: Hell Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian age, upper Maastrichtian Stage, uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

FPP TRU03-1-1: Coprolite with small quanities of minute bone or tooth fragments, kerogenized plant residues (pollen, spores, sporangia, cuticle, etc.), hyphae of probable fungal origin, and small detrial mineral grains in a fine-grained, hignly porous matrix.

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HUNT & LUCAS, 1995

Locality: NMMNH locality 149, NW 1/4, SW 1/4, SE 1/4, sec. 2, T14N, R10E, Santa Fe County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Los Esteros Member, Santa Rosa Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Adamanian, Latest Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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HUNT & LUCAS, 2007

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Anton Chico Member, Moenkopi Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Anisian Stage, Mid Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17735: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 20293: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 20303: 24 coprolites.

NMMNH 29701: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 29711: 10 coprolites.

NMMNH 38613: 20 coprolites.

NMMNH 28614: 24 coprolites.

NMMNH 38735: 8 coprolites.

NMMNH 38737: (-31) coprolites & coprolite fragments.

NMMNH 28754: 10 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Los Estros Member, Santa Rosa Formation.

Biosratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 3024: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 4406, 4414: Coprolites.

NMMNH 4534: 2 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Lower Member, Bluewater Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17848, 18423, 18478, 18462, 23582, 25683, 15684, 26585-25693, 25710-25725, 45570-45572: Coprolite.

NMMNH 18282: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 18301: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 18319: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 18495: 12 coprolites.

NMMNH 22474: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 25694-25699: Flattened coprolites.

NMMNH 25700, 25707, : Coprolite wrinkled.

NMMNH 25701-25703, 25706, 25708-25709, 25706, : Spirally grooved cropolites.

NMMNH 25704: Longitudinally grooved coprolite.

NMMNH 25705: Transversely grooved coprolite.

NMMNH 34462: 6 small coprolites.

NMMNH 34525: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 45573: 1 large coprolite in 2 pieces.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Bluewater Creek, Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 3660: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 41777: 3 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper Member, Bluewater Creek, Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

 

Localitiy: New Mexico.

Horizon: Garita Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 3682-3684, 3686, 17514, 17555, 17565, 17575-17578, 17585, 17609, 17613, 17861, 18180, : Coprolites.

NMMNH 3685: 24 coprolites.

NMMNH 3687: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 4962: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 17541: 54 coprolites.

NMMNH 17544: 19 coprolites.

NMMNH 17557: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 17560: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 17561: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 17580: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17606: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 17618: 91 coprolites.

NMMNH 17885: 11 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Colorado City Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 34003, 34005, 44752: Coprolites.

NMMNH 17636: 53 coprolites.

NMMNH 29399: 49 coprolites.

NMMNH 29404: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 40142: 10 coprolites.

NMMNH 42280: 27 coprolites and coprolite fragments.

NMMNH 44751: 1 coprolite (?)

NMMNH 44753: 8+ coprolits in vial.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Tecovas Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 36238: 24 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper Tecovas Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 29338: 2 coprolits.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Trujillo Member, Dockum Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 29952: 2 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Ojo Huelos Member, San Pedro Arroyo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 31617: Miscellaneous burrows or coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper San Pedro Arroyo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage?, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 26217: Coprolite.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Tecovas Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 30828, 42282: Coprolites.

NMMNH 20789: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 34080: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 24181: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 34243: 2 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Sonsela Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 41769: 3 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 4740, 17759: Coprolite.

NMMNH 11031: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 11034: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 11046: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 22365: 14 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Painted Desert/Correo Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17644: 74 coprolites.

NMMNH 17645: 15 coprolites.

NMMNH 17650: 12 coprolites.

NMMNH 17657: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 17667: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 17670: 101 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Blue Mesa Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 7135, 43866, 43870, 43871, 43934: Coprolite.

NMMNH 18486: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 18487: 16 striated coprolites.

NMMNH 18499: 2 small striated coprolites.

NMMNH 29185: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 43865: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 43867: 1 striated coprolite.

NMMNH 43868: 1 short coprolite.

NMMNH 43869: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 43872: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 34873: Numerous small coprolites.

NMMNH 43874: Numerous moderately small coprolites.

NMMNH 43953: 2 coprolite pieces.

NMMNH 43954: 1 large coprolite.

NMMNH 43965: 1 large coprolite in 3 cross-sectional pieces.

NMMNH 43968: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 46111: 2 tiny coprolites.

NMMNH 46112: 2 bags small coprolites.

NMMNH 51868: 12 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Mesa Montosa Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 11041: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 44568: 3 coprolite fragments.

NMMNH 44664: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 44678: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 44695: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 44815: 10 coprolites.

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Poleo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 11035: 10 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Popo Agie Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17789: 91 coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Lyons Valley Member, Popo Agie Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 37401: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 37409, 37425, 37445: Coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Salitral Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 11043: Coprolite.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Youngsville Member, Salitral Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 28309: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 32916: 1 coprolite fragment.

NMMNH 39222: 1 coprolite in 4 fragments.

NMMNH 39226: Coprolite.

NMMNH 39241: 2 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Los Esteros Member, Santa Rosa Formation.

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17908, 18127, 22406, : Coprolite.

NMMNH 17889: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 17915: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17942: 17 coprolites.

NMMNH 17950: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 17963: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 18071: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 18097: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 18104: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 18115: 8 coprolites.

NMMNH 18164: 3 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Meas Montosa Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 11050, 39645: Coprolite.

NMMNH 39638: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 39650: 2 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Painted Desert Member, Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostartigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 14389, 43194: Coprolite.

NMMNH 16721: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 35964: 1 tiny coprolite?

NMMNH 36201: 12 coprolites and coprolite fragments.

NMMNH 36202: 1 long bone and associated coprolite.

NMMNH 41840: 3 coprolites?

NMMNH 41841: 1 coprolite fragment.

NMMNH 44559: 1 tiny coprolite.

NMMNH 44560: 1 tooth in (?) coprolite.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Petrified Forest Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 14397: 5 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: McGaffey Member?, Blue Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Carnian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 18294: 59 coprolites.

NMMNH 18341: 95 coprolites.

NMMNH 18454: 5 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Lower Blue Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 35822: 6 coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Bull Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 4101, 4165, 4181, 4199, 4263, 4265, 4270, 4294, 4302, 4359, 4370, 4379, 4384-4386, 4393, 4417, 4435-4438, 4489, 4512, 4520, 4522, 4542, 4583, 4597, 4614, 4273, 4727, 4750, 4803, 4867, 4918, 4933, 16539, 16824, 16842, 16883, 17122, 17201, 17276, 17293, 17389, 17449, 17495, 18184, 18385: Coprolites.

NMMNH 4111: 42 coprolites.

NMMNH 4122: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4147: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4190: 58 coprolites.

NMMNH 4197: 83 coprolites.

NMMNH 4202: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 4209: 14 coprolites.

NMMNH 4223: 15 coprolites.

NMMNH 4227: 105 coprolites.

NMMNH 4234: 125 coprolites.

NMMNH 4240: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 4245: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4249: 31 coprolites.

NMMNH 4252: 57 coprolites.

NMMNH 4272: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4292: 104 coprolites.

NMMNH 4328: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 4332: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 4364: 17 coprolites.

NMMNH 4366: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 4381: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4405: 23 coprolites.

NMMNH 4412: 197 coprolites.

NMMNH 4425: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 4444: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 4449: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4460: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4481: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 4490: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 4496: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 4536: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 4552: 14 coprolites.

NMMNH 4557: 10 coprolites.

NMMNH 4560: 31 coprolites.

NMMNH 4568: 8 coprolites.

NMMNH 4591: 21 coprolites.

NMMNH 4592: 100+ coprolites.

NMMNH 4599: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 4925: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 4936: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 4939: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 4947: 17 coprolites.

NMMNH 16540: 13 coprolites.

NMMNH 16540: 25 coprolites.

NMMNH 16542: 8 coprolites.

NMMNH 16544: 1000+ coprolites.

NMMNH 16554: 4 coprolites in concreations.

NMMNH 16615: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 16616: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 16617: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 16631: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 16633: 5 coprolites.

NMMNH 16814: 75 coprolites.

NMMNH 16855: 1 coprolites.

NMMNH 16883: Coprolite.

NMMNH 17119: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 17144: 25 coprolites.

NMMNH 17146: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 17159: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 18169: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 17189: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 17200: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17202: 5 coprolite fragments.

NMMNH 17205: 13 coprolites.

NMMNH 17240: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17246: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17304: 17 coprolites.

NMMNH 17336: 107 coprolites.

NMMNH 17347: 13 coprolites.

NMMNH 17364: 22 coprolites.

NMMNH 17442: 192 coprolites.

NMMNH 17446: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 17465: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17478: 12 coprolites.

NMMNH 17741: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 18395: 13 coprolites.

NMMNH 18461: 8 coprolites.

NMMNH 18493: 12 coprolties.

NMMNH 28183: 3 boxes of numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 28184: 2 of 3 boxes of numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 41331: 4 coprolites.

NMMNH 42705: Coprolite with fish scales.

NMMNH 4406: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 44096: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 44103: 1 large coprolite.

NMMNH 44104: 3 small coprolites.

NMMNH 44114: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 45557: 1 twinned coprolite.

NMMNH 45564: Numerous coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper Member, Blue Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17758: Coprolite.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Redonda Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Upper Late Trassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 35432, 37448: Corpolite.

NMMNH 4737: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 7116: 26 coprolites.

NMMNH 16994: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 17003: 198 coprolites.

NMMNH 17041: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 17049: 10 coprolites.

NMMNH 17016: 6 coprolites.

NMMNH 22092: 7 coprolites.

NMMNH 25681: 61 coprolites.

NMMNH 39293: 9 coprolites.

NMMNH 29296: 3 coprolites.

NMMNH 40502: 2 coprolites.

NMMNH 40658: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 43317: Several coprolites.

NMMNH 44063: Numerous coprolites.

NMMNH 45964, 45965: 2 coprolite with fish scales.

NMMNH 45966: 1 coprolite with abundant fish scales.

NMMNH 45967: Several coprolites.

 

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Rock Point Formation, Chinle Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Apachean, Late Norian Stage, Upper Late Triassic Epoch, Late Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 41308: Coprolite.

NMMNH 44801: 1 partial proximal caudal series with coprolites.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Sloan Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Rhaetian Stage, Upper Late Trassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17700: 2 coprolites in matrix.

 

Locality: New Mexico.

Horizon: Trujillo Formation.

Biosatratigraphy:

Age: Norian Stage, Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

NMMNH 17406, 17600, : Coprolites.

NMMNH 25639: 14 coprolites.

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HUNT, LUCAS & SPIELMANN, 2005

Locality: NMMNH locality 4700, VanderHoof Quarry, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper El Cobre Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Wolfcampanian, Coyotean, Ealry Permian.

Material:

NMMNH P-46500, 46501, 46510, 46508, 46511, 46512: Coprolites.

Locality: NMMNH locality 4835, Welles Quarry, Rio Arriba County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper El Cobre Canyon Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Wolfcampanian, Coyotean, Ealry Permian.

Material:

NMMNH P 46520, 46521: Coprolites from a tetrapod.

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JAIN, 1989

Locality: South of Nagpur, near Pisdura, Maharashtra State, India.

Horizon: Lameta Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: 600 coprolites.

Group G and BA:

Group C: 130 coprolites.

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JANSEN, SHIMADA, & KIRKLAND, 2012

Locality: Along the east side of State Highway 15, approximately 1.6 km north of the Kansas-Nebraska Boarder, Nebraska.

Horizon: Granerous Shale, Middle Cenomanian, Middle Cretaceous.

Material:

UNSM 127944: 121 coprolites..

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JASINSKI, SULLIVAN & LUCAS, 2011

Locality: San Juan Basin, New Mexico.

Horizon: Naashoibito Member, Ojo Alamo Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Alamo Wash Local Fauna.

Age: Late-early or earliest Late Maastrichtian Stage, Uppermost Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

SMP VP-2700: Coprolite.

SMP VP-2502: 2 coprolites.

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KIRKLAND, HERNANDEZ RIVERA, MARTINEX, JESUS, NUNEZ & VALLEJO, 2000

Locality: Rincon Colorado, Coahuila State, Mexico.

Horizon: Cerro del Pueblo Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites of theropod and hadrosaurs.

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LOCKLEY, NADON & CURRIE, 2003

Locality: The Zerbst Ranch, Niobrara County, Wyoming.

Horizon: Lance Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Lancian Age, Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

In situ: 1 coprolite.

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LOHMANN & SACHS, 2001

Locality: Southwest Germany.

Horizon: Lowermost Jeckenbach-Oderheim Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Autunian, Lower Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

PMNB, GMS, GPIM, SKO: About 800 coprolites.
Note: From the Labyrinthodontid Sclerocephalus haeuseri?

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LUCAS, & HUNT, 1993

Petrified forest formation: NMMNH P-1104, (NMMNH locality 911); NMMNH P-11035 (NMMNH locality 920); NMMNH P-11045 (NMMNH locality 909)’ NMMNH P-11046 (NMMNH locality 912); NMMNH P-11503 (NMMNH locality 919)’ USNM 2586, NMMNH P-18198, NMMNH P-18198 (NMMNH locality 918): Coprolites.

Salitral Formation: NMMNH P-11001, P-11005 (NMMNH locality 913): Coprolites.

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NESOV, 1995

Locality: Kakanaut, left bank of the Koryak River, a tributary of the Kakanaut River near Lake Pekulneyskoje, 62?58’N, 176?E, Chukot Autonomous Area, Russia.

Horizon: Kakanaut Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Middle Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: A part of split bones (lambeosaurian) may come from pellet of large theropods.

 

Locality: Blagoveshchensk, southern part of the city, Amur Region, Asian Russia.

Horizon: Lower or Middle? part of the Tsagayan Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Middle Maastrichtian Stage, Upper Senonian Subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Latest Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Fragment of bones are supposedly from pellets of large theropods.

 

Locality: Balabansai IV, 4-5 km north-west of the city of Tashkumyr, Northern Fergana, Kirghizia.

Horizon: Lower part of the Nichkesai Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Possible pellets of consumers of eggs and clutches from theropods and ankylosaurids?

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MARTIN, SCHUMACHER PARRIS & GRANDSTAFF, 1998

Locality: SDSM V8718, Missouri River, South Dakota.

Horizon: Niobrara Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:


Locality: SDSM V8719, Missouri River, South Dakota.

Horizon: Upper Smoky Hill Member, Niobrara Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Santonian or Campanian Stage, Senonian Subepoch, Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

SDSM 22362: Coprolite.
Note: Has a skull of a Pachyrhizodus canius.

 

 

Locality: SDSM V8918, South Dakota.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age:.5 meter below the Niobrara/Pierre contact, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

SDSM 22349: 4 coprolites.
Note: The largest of the 4 has fish remains.

SDSM 22350: Coprolite.
Note: Has fish remains.

 

 

Locality: SDSM V8919, South Dakota.

Horizon: Middle Niobrara Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material:

SDSM 17627: Coprolite.

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MEDEIROS, FREIRE & PEREIRA, 2007

Locality: "Laje do Coringa", Cajual Island, Sao Marcos Bay, Sao Luis Basin, Maranhao State, Northeastern Brazil.

Horizon: Alcantara Formation, Itapecuru Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Cenomanian Stage, Uppermiddle Gallic Subepoch, Lowermost Gulf Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites.

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MEZZALIAR, 1989

Locality: Pedreira a east of Santo Anastacio, Municipal of Santo Anstacio, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horizon: Bauru Formation, Bauru Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian Stage- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

 

 

Locality: Corte 128 da EFA (hoje Fepasa) a 6 km east of Votuporanga, Municipal of Votuporanga, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horizon: Bauru Formation, Bauru Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Campanian Stage- Lower Maastrichtian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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MARTILL & NAISH, 2001

Locality: Redcliff landslip, Yaverland, Isle of Wight County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Shepard’s Chine Member, Vectis Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

IWCMS 1995.227: Coprolite attributed to Hybodus sp.

IWCMS 1995.845: Coprolite with fish-bone inclusions, possibly produced by a marine reptile or fish.

Locality: Yaverland, Isle of Wight County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wessex Formation, Wealden Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Valanginian-Hauterivian Stage, Neocomian Subepoch- Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

MIWG 7274: Elongate coprolite.

 

 


Locality: Sudmoor Point, Isle of Wight County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Wessex Formation, Wealden Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Valanginian-Hauterivian Stage, Neocomian Subepoch- Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

MIWG 1344: Large coprolitic mass possibly attributable to a dinosaur or crocodilian.

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MANCUSO, MARISCANO & PALMA, 2004

Locality: Quebrada de los Leones, El Chalo Locality, Cuyan Basin, Mendoza Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Potrerillos Fromation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Triassic.

Material:

MCNAM 1820, 1833, 1936, 1860, 1863, 1865, 1866, 1880, 1888, 1906, 1926, 1931, 1941, 1942-1962, 2223, one S/N unnumbered: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Cerro Bayo area, Las Heras, Mendoza Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Cachueta Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Trassic.

Material:

MCNAM 2665, 2672, 2685, 2686, 2692, 2696: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Potrerillos, Cerro Cacheuta and Divisadero Largo (Mina Atala) localities, Mendoza Provnice, Argentina.

Horizon: Cacheuta Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Triassic.

Material:

MCNAM 3472-3513: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Potrerillos, Divisadero Largo (Mina Atala) and Cerro Bayo (Las Heras) localities, Mendoza Province, Argentina.

Horizon: Rio Blanco Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Triassic.

Material:

MCNAM 3514-3573: Coprolites.

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NESOV, 1995

Locality: Changet II, left edge of the valley, Fergana depression, Kirghizia.

Horizon: Upper part of the Khodzhiabad Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous-Aptian Stage, middle Gallic subepoch, lower Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: A presumed pellet of a small theropod, including particular ossified ligaments of a young ornithopod, fragment of a dinosaur rib, and bones of the foot of a turtle.

Locality: Krasnyi Yar, ravine and locality on the right bank of the Khilok River, 1-2 km lower than the place of inflow of a number of channels of the Shibertui River, Buryatia, Asian Russia.

Horizon: Murtoi Formation.

Age: Late Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch-Middle Aptian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: 10 fragments of bones.

Note: Has teeh marks and possible from a pellet (NESOV & STARIKOV, 1992).

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NORTHWOOD, 2005

Locality: The Crater, Rewan property, about 72 Km southwest of Rolleston, (Field locality L78 in QM records), SE Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon: Lower beds of the upper part of the Rewan Formation, Mimosa Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Early Triassic.
Note: According to LEES, 1986 ‘Arcadia Formation, Rewan Group, Greisbachian-Dienerian, Induan stage,-Olenekian stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material:

Coprolites have plants, lycopsid rootlets, invertebrates, conchostracan valves, actinopterygian scales, dipnoan remains, dipnoan toothplates, temnospondyl and unidentifed bone material.

QMF3907-45: Indeterminate ?coprolite, incomplete, possibly the only herbivore coprolte from the Arcadia Formation.

Longitudinally striated coprolites; pellet shaped. (total of 10 specimens)

Longitudinally striated coprolites; often with convex ends, and with striae tha are 1-2mm apart (10 specimens)

QMF39701-63: Elongated, longitudinally striated coprolite.

Longitudinally striated coprolites; chunky and block-like, generally with cleavage scars on both ends and with striae tha are 1-1.5mm apart (15 specimens)

QMF39701-95: Indeterminate coprolite with a network of desiccation cracks.

2703 coprolites.

Locality: Queensland Museum locality L215, Headwaters of Duckworth Creek, south west of Bluff, south central Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon: Arcadia Formation, Rewan Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Greisbachian-Dienerian, Induan stage,-Olenekian stage, upper Scythian Epoch, Early Triassic.

Material:

Coprolites have plants, lycopsid rootlets, invertebrates, conchostracan valves, actinopterygian scales, dipnoan remains, dipnoan toothplates, temnospondyl and unidentifed bone material.

QMF39702-10: Indeterminate coprolite with a clevage scar on one end and the other end pointed.

Longitudinally striated coprolites; pellet shaped. (9 specimens)

QMF39702-1: Pellet-shaped, longitudinally stratied coprolte with one end and gas bubbles.

Longitudinally striated coprolites; often with convex ends, and with striae tha are 1-2mm apart (7 specimens)

Longitudinally striated coprolites; chunky and block-like, generally with cleavage scars on both ends and with striae tha are 1-1.5mm apart (1 specimens)

QMF39702-15: Amphipolar spiral coprolite.

QMF39702-26: Indeterminate coprolite with impressions of plants.

QMF39702-65: Indeterminate coprolite wiht cleavage scars on both ends.

Longitudinally striated coprolites.(total of 9 specimens)

QMF39702-7: Longitudinally striated coprolite with striate that finishes prior to each end.

QMF39702-13: Longitudinally striated coprolite with cleavage scar and well-incised striae.

1566 coprolites.

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OCHEV, 1974

Locality: Mollo-Khara-Bala-Kantemir Site, northeastern shore of Lake Inder in Gury’yev oblast, European Russia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Triassic.

Material:

Number: Not given: 4 different types of coprolites.

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OWOCKI, NIEDZWIEDZKI, SENNIKOV, GOLUBEV, JAINSZEWSKA, & SULEJI, 2012

Locality: From the town of Vyazniki, Bykovka, sokovka, metallist, Zhukov Ravine, near the Vyazniki and Gorokhovets localities, European Russia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Vyatkian Regional Stage, Late Permian.

Material:

70 coprolites (32 complete specimens.)

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POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Locality: A deep underground mine called the Sainte-Barbe pit, near Bernissart, Belgium.

Horizon: Bernissartian.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Hauterivian Stage, Upper Neocomian Subepoch-Lower Aptian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Coprolite from Iguanodon bernissartensis with PHylum Protoza, Family Entamoebidae (Chatton), Genus: Entamoebites POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Species: antiquus POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Etymology: Latin, antiquus, 'old'.

Holotype: Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: Slide # Y2 852 (2): Parasite

Trematode egg

Phylum Platyhelminthes, Class Trematoda

Genus: Digenites POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Species: proterus POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Etymology: Greek, proteros, 'early'.

Holotype: Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: Slide # Y2 852 (2): Parasite

Nematode egg

Phylum Nematoda, Order Ascarididea (Yamaguti), Family: Ascarididae (Blanchard)

Genus: Ascarites POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Species: piscus POINAR & BOUCOT, 2006

Holotype: Department of Zoology, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR: Slide # Y2 852 (2): Parasite

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RYAN, 2003

Locality: Milk River Ridge Reservoir BB1998, near Warner, Alberta Provine, Canada.

Horizon: Lowermost Oldman Formation, middle Judith River Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Middle Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

RTMP 150: Coprolite.

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RUIZ-OMENACA, CANUDO & CUENCA-BESCOS, 1997

Locality: La Cantalera, Cubeta de Oliete, north Teruel Province, Spain.

Horizon: Blesa Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Middle Early Cretaceous Epoch, Upper Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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SAWYER, 1981

Locality: Wannagan Creek Quarry, NW ¼, Sec. 18, T141N, R102W, Billings County, Western North Dakota.

Horizon: Bullion Creek Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Paleocene Epoch, Lower Paleogene Period, Lower Tertiary Subera, Cenozoic Era.

Material:

SMM P79.6.53, P79.6.50, P79.6.35: Large ovoid coprolites.

SMP P79.6.19: A dome-shaped coprolite.

SMM P79.6.9: A teardrop-shaped coprolite with “anal sphincter marks”.

SMM P79.6.195, P79.6.133, P79.6.98: Small ovoid (Type 1) coprolites.

SMM P79.6.111, P79.6.113: Coprolite fragments with surface impressions.

SMM P79.6.105: Coprolite enveloped in leaves.
Note: Crocodilian.

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SENNIKOV & GOLUBEV, 2012

Locality: Zhukov Ovrag-1-A locality, Gorokhovetskii District, Valdimir Region, European Russia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Vyatkian substage, Vyatkian Stage, Upper Lopingian Subepoch, Upper Zechstien Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

PIN nos. 5350/47,48, 49, 50: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Zhukov Ovrag-1-B locality, Gorokhovetskii District, Valdimir Region, European Russia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Upper Vyatkian substage, Vyatkian Stage, Upper Lopingian Subepoch, Upper Zechstien Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

PIN no. 5390/4: Coprolite.

 

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SMITH, 1996, 1998

Locality: South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Permian.

Material:

Number: Not given: Numerous coprolites with therapsid bone fragments, some have isolated whole bones and a few contain articulated limbs. Probably from Gorgonapsians and pristerognathids.

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SMITH, 1998

Locality: Karoo Basin, South Africa.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Permian.

Material:

Number: Not given: Possibly regurgitated flattened disc shaped coprolites.
Note: Rhinesuchid?

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SMITH & BOTHA-BRINK, 2011

Locality: Rosary Farm, Karoo Basin, Beaufort West, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype M2 (Small therocephalians or juvenile gorgonpsians)

SAM-PT-K10656, K10657: Coprolites.

Morphotype M4 (Small and medium-sized therocephalians and gorgonopsians)

SAM-PT-K10658, K10659: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Amandelboom Farm, Karoo Basin, Beaufort West, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphtype M2 (Small therocephalians or juvenile gorgonpsians)

SMA-PT-K10667: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Gannakraal Farm, Karoo Basin, Beaufort West, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype M3 (Medium-sized gorgonopsians Cyonosaurus and Lycaenops or possibly juveniles of larger gorgonopsians)

SAM-PT-K10669: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Dunedin Farm, Karoo Basin, Beafort West, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype M3 (Medium-sized gorgonopsians Cyonosaurus and Lycaenops or possibly juveniles of larger gorgonopsians)

SAM-PT-K10670: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Leeuwkloof Farm, Karoo Basin, Fraserburg, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype 1 (Large gorgonopsians Aelurognathus and Gorgonops tarvus)

SAM-PT-K10660, K10662: Coprolites.

Morphotype 2 (Small therocephalians or juvenile gorgonpsians)

SAM-PT-K10665: Coprolites.

Morphotype 4

SAM-PT-10661, K10663, K10664, K10666: Coprolites.

Locality: Beato Farm, Fraserburg, Karoo Basin, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype 5 (Linked to the temnospondyl, Rhinesuchus africanus)

SAM-PT-K10677: Coprolites.

 

Locality: Wilgerbosch Farm, Fraserburg, Karoo Basin, South Africa.

Horizon: Hoedemaker member, Middle Teekloof Formation.

Biostratigraphy: Tropidostoma zone.

Age: Tatarian Stage, Lopingian Subepoch, Zechstein Epoch, Late Permian.

Material:

Morphotype 3 (Medium-sized gorgonopsians Cyonosaurus and Lycaenops or possibly juveniles of larger gorgonopsians)

SAM-PT-K10668: Coprolites.


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SOUTO, 1999, 2001

Locality: Pinheiros, Candelaria municipal, Rio Grande do Sul State, Brazil.

Horizon: Santa Maria Formation (Caturrita Formation?).

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Ladinian Substage Late Landian Stage, Uppermost Mid Triassic Epoch, Middle Triassic, or ?Julian Substage, ?Early Carnian Stage, Lower Late Triassic Epoch, Late Triassic.

Material:

MCT 1530-R, 1513-R, 1516-R, 1532-R, 1515-R, 1511-R, 1524-R, 1531-R, 1512-R, 1514-R, 1526-R, 1527-R, 1529-R : 13 coprolites.

MCT: 9 more coprolites.

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SOUTO & NAVA, 2007

Locality: 22°07'04"S, 51°26'33"W, Presidente Prudente County, Sao Paulo State, Brazil.

Horizon: Adamantina Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Turonian Stage, Uppermost Gallic Subepoch-Santonian Stage, Lower Senonian Subepoch, Lower Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

MPM 138, 139, 140: Coprolites.
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Ichthyosauria incertae sedis STINNESBECK, FREY, RIVAS, PEREZ, CARTES, SOTO, & LOBOS, 2014

Locality: Tyndall locality, Tyndall Glacier, Torres del Paine National Park, Southern Chile.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Valanginian-Hauterivian Stage, Neocomian Subepoch- Barremian Stage, Lower Gallic Subepoch, Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

TY09: 37 presacrals with neural archs and spines partially embedded and articulated in thie respective, 19 partially embedded left thoracic ribs and right ones 10 from, 4 articulated but partially embedded right gastralia.
Note: Intestinal content: 2 coprolites.

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SULLIVAN, 2006

Locality: Turtle Terrace, SMP locality 400, Ah-Shi-Sle-Pah Wilderness Study Area, San Juan Basin, San Juan County, New Mexico.

Horizon: Fossil Forest Member, Fruitland Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Kirtlandian Age, Late Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

SMP VP-1615, 1616: 2 large coprolites.

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TAQUET, 1976

Locality: Gadoufauna, Niger.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Aptian Stage, Middle Gallic Subepoch, Upper Early Cretaceous Epoch, Early Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given:

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WALDMAN, 1970

Locality: Eastern Boundary of the Dinosaur Provincial Park, TP.21, R.10, Sec. 7, of Geological Survey of Canada Map 969A (Steveville) W of 4th Merid., Alberta Province, Canada.

Horizon: Upper part of the Oldman Formation, middle Judith River Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Middle Campanian Stage, Senonian subepoch, Upper Gulf epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

NMC 13565: Coprolite with Lepisosteus scales.

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WALDMAN & HOPKINS, 1970

Locality: Dinosaur Provincial Park, Below Berry Creek, Red Deer River, Alberta Province, Canada.

Horizon: Dinosaur Park Formation, upper Judith River Group.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Judithian age, Middle Campanian Stage, middle Senonian subepoch, upper Gulf Epoch, Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: 7 coprolites.

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WERNER, 1993/1994

Locality: Wadi Abu Hashim, Sudan.

Horizon: Wadi Abu Hashim Member, Wadi Milk Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Cenomanian Stage, Upper Gallic subepoch, Lowest Gulf Epoch, Late Early to Early Middle Cretaceous.

Material:

Vb-722: Tooth.

Vb-723: Dorsal centra.

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WEILER, 1940

Locality: San Cristobal, SW Venezula.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Fish coprolite.

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WICHMANN, 1916

Locality: Rio Negro Province, Argentina.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolites.

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YANG, 1995

Locality: Gyeongsang Basin, Korea.

Horizon: Gyeongsang Group,.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Cretaceous.

Material:

Number: Not given: Coprolite.

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VAUGHN, 1963

Locality: Welles quarry near Arroyo de Agua, Rio Arriba County, Northeastern New Mexico.

Horizon: Upper Cutler Formation.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Wolfcampian, Lower Rotliegendes Epoch, Early Permian.

Material:

UCLA VP 1648: Coprolite with a haemal arch of a urodele-like animal.

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