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Re: D-sectioned teeth

Perhaps the relative thickness in Allosaurus teeth might be more comparable to those in ornithomimes and troodonts (and primitive tyrannosaurs?; wonder about Dryptosaurus). Also wondering if there is much variation in the numbers of premaxillary teeth that are D-sectioned.
But I am particularly interested in knowing if any dromaeosaurs have such teeth (or, for that matter, any other toothed maniraptors besides troodonts that might have this D-sectioned pmx character).
----- Ken
David Marjanovic wrote:
Troodontids, too?
Some other taxa, like *Allosaurus*, also have D-sectioned pmx teeth, but
AFAIK these aren't as thick as in tyrannosaurs.

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