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--- Josh Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Quoting henry mendoza <email@example.com>:
> > Hi Dr. Holtz
> > Thought:
> > No one has ever made mention of a feature on
> > Daspletosaurs teeth which I believe may be
> > A few years back I purchased a Cast of a
> > Daspletosaurus tooth from the Museum of the
> Rockies. I
> > immediately noticed how far down to the base the
> > anterior serration line goes down, about 4/5 too
> > level of the end of the posterior serrations.
> > Since then I have noticed this same feature on all
> > supposed Dapletosaurus teeth and tooth cast that i
> > looked at. T. rex and albertosaur/gorgosaur teeth
> > predominantly have serations that either go down
> > half-way to the base or 2/3 the way down in
> > to the posterior serration. In a close up, face on
> > i saw of the type Daspletosaurus mount's skull I
> > clearly see this same trait!
> > Yet I have never seen thisissue discussed
> > Comments?
> > Henry Mendoza
> This IS an interesting feature to be sure. Too bad
> it isn't restrictred
> to tyrannosaurids....
> Josh Smith
> Department of Earth and Environmental Science
> University of Pennsylvania
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Well I only meant it as a way to distinguish
Daspletosau teeth from the other Tyrannosaurid teeth.
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