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Re: Many questions

In a message dated 98-06-22 17:18:18 EDT, tkeese1@gl.umbc.edu writes:

<< On Sun, 21 Jun 1998, Francoise Forel wrote:
 > 15) If Picrodon isn't a troodontid, what is it?
 I have it on my pages as a Late Triassic "prosauropod"! Do you mean
 _Pectinodon_? (which is probably synonymous with _Troodon_)
 --T. Mike Keesey         >>

Picrodon is a British tooth genus, based on a possible rauisuchian tooth. It's
possibly a synonym of Avalonianus, based on a tooth from the same location
found mixed with postcrania later made the type of Camelotia, a prosauropod.