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Phylogeny, Histology and Inferred Body Size Evolution in a New Rhabdodontid Dinosaur from the Late Cretaceous of Hungary

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Cranial remains of Mochlodon vorosi n. sp. from the Upper Cretaceous Csehbánya Formation, Iharkút, western Hungary.

A, right quadrate (MTM V 2010.111.1) in cranial, B, caudal, C, lateral, D, medial, E, distal views; F, left dentale (MTM V 2010.105.1) in lateral, G, medial, H, occlusal views; I, left postorbital (MTM 2012.14.1) in dorsal, J, ventral, K, lateral views. Anatomical abbreviations: anf, articular surface for angular; cof, articular surface for coronoid; cop, coronoid process; ded, dorsal edg of the dentary; dep, depression; fo, foramen; gr, groove; jpr, jugal process; ltfm, margin of lateral temporal fenestra; orm, orbital rim; ptp, pterygoid process; qco, quadrate condyles; qh, quadrate head; qjs, articular surface for quadratojugal; sqpr, squamosal process; sqs, articular surface for squamosal; stfm, margin of supratemporal fenestra; surf, articular surface for surangular; sy, symphysis; to, tooth; 10th, 10th alveolus.

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