Species: small Anomoepus, Grallator, and Juvenile Eubrontes (side A, positive) and Grallator (Side B, negative)
Location: Connecticut River Valley, CT, USA
These lovely trackways were made by relatively unknown species of Theropods (raptors). On the front you have then positive impressions of multiple species, meaning this was an active area. Anomoepus Tracks are the small tracks made by small, bird-like reptilians. There are also nicely sized Grallators and a Juvenile Eubrontes which were made by larger theropods 7-15ft tall. There are tracks within the larger tracks too. Really unique piece!
On the back there are impressions from an “newer” sediment made by a Dinosaur long-believed to be Podokesaurus. Beautiful display piece. Tracks have been lightly polished for visibility, but may be washed off with a little elbow grease.