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Euoplocephalus tooth?? Great specimen!


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This is the best Euoplocephalus (??) tooth I have found. Very minimal feeding wear, decent size and good color. Size is 10mm wide by 11mm tall. Please let me know if this is a Euoplo. or something else. Thx!

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Beautiful tooth no wear.

Euoplocephalus is an Ankylosaurini your tooth is a Nodosauridae.

Best described as "cf Edmontonia"

 

This may help identify JRF teeth.

 

http://www.thefossilforum.com/index.php?/topic/126393-the-judith-river-formation-tooth-id-faunal-list-localities/&tab=comments#comment-1372820

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