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“…Dakotaraptor , which possessed crowns up to approximately 25 mm in crown height, represents the exception among Maastrichtian dromaeosaurids [40,45]. Instead, the Mt Laurel dromaeosaurid tooth is more comparable in size to the teeth of the 3–4 m Deinonychus and an indeterminate specimen from the Tar Heel Formation of North Carolina [42,46]. NJSM GP 22949 is also distinguished from Appalachian tyrannosauroids in lacking subquadrangular distocentral denticles [38].…”
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“…Dakotaraptor , which possessed crowns up to approximately 25 mm in crown height, represents the exception among Maastrichtian dromaeosaurids [40,45]. Instead, the Mt Laurel dromaeosaurid tooth is more comparable in size to the teeth of the 3–4 m Deinonychus and an indeterminate specimen from the Tar Heel Formation of North Carolina [42,46]. NJSM GP 22949 is also distinguished from Appalachian tyrannosauroids in lacking subquadrangular distocentral denticles [38].…”
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“…However, large crowns from Ellisdale are not ‘slender’ like NJSM GP 22949, are larger in size and bear distal denticles that are considerably more apically hooked than the Mt Laurel tooth and western saurornitholestines [48]. A dromaeosaurid tooth from North Carolina is slightly larger than NJSM GP 22949, but is less recurved and far less slender [46].…”
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