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Zoe Heraklides wrote-
> As far as I am aware all that is known of this dinosaur is teeth - which
> belong to a theropod or (I have been told) a pachycephalosaur (which have
> caniniform teeth).
There is actually slightly more known, as a Euronychodon (which is just a
waste basket name for Paronychodon material found in Eurasia) dentary
fragment from the Guimarota Formation (Kimmeridgian) of Portugal was
described by Zinke and Rauhut (1994). I have not read the description, but
I hear it is similar to ornithomimosaurs and troodontids.