Also discussed in the paper was the presence of the thyreophoran ichnotaxa Tetrapodosaurus and Deltapodus, the latter having been assigned in a poster by Belvedere et al (2012) and which is interpreted as a having been made by a stegosaur. As Tetrapodosaurus is considered as having been made by an ankylosaurian track maker it seems possible there was more going on with thyreophorans in the Wessex Sub-Basin than was previously thought . . .
This paper was very much a team effort and big thanks to my co-authors Neffra Matthews, Brent Breithaupt, Martin Lockley and Jeremy Lockwood. I co-authored a couple of other papers with Martin, Jeremy and Lida Xing and all can be had from the link to the BJLS above (Unfortunately the papers are behind a paywall but if you want a copy of any of them then drop me a line and I'll send one on).
References:Batten DJ, ed. 2011. English Wealden fossils. London: Palaeontological Association.
Belvedere M, Pond S, Simpson M, Downes D, Dyke G. 2012. Variety and interpretation of dinosaur tracks from the Isle of Wight (Lower Cretaceous, Southern UK). In: Royo-Torres R, Gasc F, Alcal L, eds. 10th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Vertebrate Palaeontologists, ¡Fundamental! 20: 1–290.
Pond S, Lockley MG, Lockwood JAF, Breithaupt B, Matthews N. 2014. Tracking dinosaurs on the Isle of Wight: a review of tracks, sites, and current research. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 113: 737–757.