In the Hettangian/Sinemurian deposits of the Komló area (Mecsek Mountain, Hungary), footprints of Jurassic dinosaurs assigned to the ichnospeciesKomlosaurus carbonis are more or less the only published palaeontological data of this region. In this upper part of the middle coal seam set dinosaur footprints were found. The footprints, which form tracks, occur in several levels on bedding planes of fine-grained sediments.GNITDWG The biggest occurrence of fossils are at the Karolina and Vasas strip mines in the Mecsek Mountain nearby Pécs. Footprints collection of Komlosaurus can be looked at the Hungarian Natural History Museum, Budapest, Hungary or few specimen in the Local History Museum of Komló, Komló, Hungary.
^Major finds of scattered fossils in the palaeovertebrate collection of the Hungarian Geological Institute. (Communication No. 8). Magyar Allami Foldtani Intezet Evi Jelentese, 1981 1983: 503-511. [Zoological Record Volume 120] 
^M. G. Lockley, Christian Meyer, Dinosaur tracks and other fossil footprints of Europe, Columbia University Press, 2000