Ichnogenus: Aquatilavips CURRIE, 1981
Etymology: Latin aquatilis, living near water, Latin avis, bird; Latin pes, foot.

Inchnospecies: curriei McCREA & SARJEANT, 2001
Etymology: In honor of Philip J. Currie, in recognition of his contributions to vertebrate paleontology an dpaleoichnolgy in western Canada.

Holotype: RTMP 98.89.11

Locality: On the footwall of the W3 Main site below the no. 4 coal seam, Smoky River Coal Mine (Smoky River Coal, Ltd.) about 21 km northwest of Grande Cache, Alberta Province, Canada.

Horizon: Gates Formation.


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

Material: Cast of isolated left pes taken from Grid H/G16.


RTMP 98.89.10: Cast of trackways (about 750 tracks).
Note: Palaeopathology, one set of tracks has ‘deformities’, A6 trackway.