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Spinosaur taxonomy and evolution of craniodental features: Evidence from Brazil

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Dentition of Irritator challengeri.

A, Detail of the left maxillary tooth row. B, Detail of the first tooth crown preserved in situ of the left maxilla. C, Detail of the artificially detached fragment of the right maxilla bearing the right maxillary tooth row. D, Detail of the sixth tooth crown preserved in situ of the right maxilla in mesial view. Abbreviations for teeth follow Hendrickx et al. [58]. Additional abbreviations: e.n, external naris; m, maxilla; m.r, mandibular ramus; m.u, marginal undulations; n, nasal; pm, premaxilla; r.m, rock matrix.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0187070.g003