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dubius names and teeth



Hello just recently I was looking for more dinosaurs to add on to my website, 
about Montana dinosaurs.  So far I have found 60... but 9 of them are 
questionable since  they are based on teeth.  Which comes to my two  questions, 
I was looking in the Dinosaur Society's Encyclopdia and found   

'Aublydon mirandus'   skull and pelvis pieces, late K, 76- 65 mya.  front teeth 
are not serrated.
                       and
'Paronychodon lacustris'   incisor like tooth with out serrations.  Its name is 
also used to describe non-serrated teeth from late K, 73-65 mya.

My first question is could these two be from the same animal? (Aublydon 
miradus?)
Second question is Trachodon(spelling?), considered Hadrosaurid or Ceratopian?

Thank you in advance.

K.Wicks

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