A new Late Triassic basal theropod, Tawa hallae, is described by Nesbitt et al. (2009) in a new paper out today in Science. Tawa is known from two relatively complete skeletons and other isolated material from the Hayden Quarry at Ghost Ranch New Mexico [another link]. The Hayden Quarry is in the Petrified Forest Member of the Chinle Formation.
This quarry is an absolutely spectacular site that is proving to be the most diverse locality in the Chinle Formation, even more than the famed Coelophysis Quarry (which is close geographically but higher stratigraphically). Other taxa found at this site include Dromomeron romeri, Chindesaurus bryansmalli, Eucoelophysis baldwini, a coelophysoid theropod, and a shuvosaurid as well as various aetosaurs, crocodylomorphs, rauisuchians, phytosaurs, drepanosaurs, metoposaurs, and fish (Irmis et al. 2007).
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