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Re: Dromiceiomimus diagnosis request
> > Can someone help me to find the diagnosis of the ornithomimids
Dromiceiomimus and Ornithomimus on the web? Or someone
> > have them on pdf?
This remind me something. Lawrence Lambe (1902) figured a tooth (an incisor)
who was assigned by the author to *Ornithomimus altus*, given the frequent
association between these type of teeth and *Ornithomimus* skeletal
material. Later, being *Ornithomimus* recognized as an edentulous theropod,
F. von Huene suggested that it belonged to *Struthiomimus*.
IMHO, the specimen is a premaxillary tooth from a tyrannosaurid. I have a
picture, if someone is interested.
Do any of you know when this type of teeth were recognized as belonging to
non-ornithomimid theropods? I would appreciate any comment.
Thank you very much in advance.