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Partial dinosaur skeleton from Jiangxi


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Hey everyone,

 

Via via I've bought this partial dinosaur raptor skeleton from the Jiangxi formation, China. Comes from an old collection. There is no more information than it being Jiangxi formation, and it exists of multiple pieces. We've got some bones, a claw, and a row of teeth. The big matrix with the claw and the partial skull + bones measures about 14 X 13 cm.

 

Would anyone have a clue on the species of this Dino? If there is any more information you'll guys need, let me know :)

 

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Can we see close up photos of the teeth and foot?  The teeth look more lizardy than dinoaurian from here.

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Anomotodon

I agree with @jpc, specimens from large Polyglyphanodontid lizards, common in Cretaceous East Asia, are often mistaken for dinosaurs

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