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Re: D-sectioned teeth
> 0- Stokesosaurus (Madsen, 1974)
I assume that's illustrated?
> Troodontids do not have D-sectioned premaxillary teeth. They are
> symmetrical, like tyrannosauroids, but their carinae aren't placed
> posteriorly enough to be D-sectioned. More of a cornered ellipse, like an
> eye. [...]
> Allosaurus doesn't either, don't know where David heard that.
In PDW there are repeated mentionings of slightly-or-so D-shaped pmx teeth
in *Allosaurus*. I should have made that clearer. I assume it has a
comparable state to troodontids.