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The track site that Lapparant and Ambroggi initially described has been found again, and new material has been collected. Among the tracks
is a new morphotype, Pteraichnus, that wasn't described from this locality and this age so far. The first pterosaur morphotype found at the site probably belongs to an azhdarchid trackmaker.