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Top Trilo

I bought this tyrannosaur tooth a while back and it says it’s a albertosaurus, gorgosaurus, or daspletosaurus. Is there anyway to narrow it down any further? It says it was found in the Judith river formation of eastern Montana and it measures just over an inch. Any and all help is appreciated.188E6BAF-78AE-49AE-A397-C93B19A38570.thumb.jpeg.6beb68cbec56626da3f1742366ac4868.jpegFBE55261-E7C3-4085-82BB-38B86928749B.thumb.jpeg.a46d536bb00c53b246d5cc30bd32679e.jpegF62640BB-7275-4BFB-BC26-0A8B0046DC5E.thumb.jpeg.562835cf15cbc0a384ffafc31d06bc1c.jpeg

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Top Trilo

I also have this picture of the serrations on one side with a millimeter scale (sorry the ruler is backwards)25BEF359-5B41-4B2C-9257-B24FC31A6676.thumb.jpeg.fc126fc9a5ea02684f471535fd2ff793.jpeg

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Troodon

Its all about provenance and easten Montana is not a good one.  Its not Albertosaurus those are found in Alberta.  Eastern montana could be HC and preservation is more that than JRF.

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Top Trilo

I checked back and it says Hill county Montana

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Top Trilo

Thanks @Troodon for your quick and helpful responses

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