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Re: Megalosaurus and Titanosaurus

In a message dated 11/21/02 2:06:35 AM Pacific Standard Time, 
qilongia@yahoo.com writes:

<< (the Deinodon teeth are likely Tyrannosaurus rex, but are smaller and
 typical of erosion that shows a morphology comparing well to most
 tyrannosaurids, and come from Lancian beds; >>

As I recall they're from the Judith River Group of Montana, not Lancian. 
Please correct me if I am wrong. The later Aublysodon teeth (A. cristatus, A. 
amplus) are Lancian. Also other Deinodon species may be Lancian, but D. 
horridus isn't.