The use of Treptichnus pedum, a reference ichnofossil to mark the lower boundary of the Cambrian, is difficult since the occurrence of very similar trace fossils belonging to the Treptichnids group are found well below the T.
pedum in Namibia, Spain and Newfoundland, and possibly in the western USA. pedum overlaps the range of the Ediacaran fossils in Namibia, and probably in Spain.
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