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Salamander jaw fragments. (A) premaxilla; (B) dentary fragments (Scapherpeton?); (C) jaw fragment with intact teeth (Habrosaurus?).

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Jurassicbro238

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This is great stuff! I've learned a lot about salamanders lately and for Habrosaurus, there's a groove on the labial side almost parallel with the tooth shelf on the lingual side. Sometimes it's covered by bone though.

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2 hours ago, Jurassicbro238 said:

This is great stuff! I've learned a lot about salamanders lately and for Habrosaurus, there's a groove on the labial side almost parallel with the tooth shelf on the lingual side. Sometimes it's covered by bone though.

Thank you, I'm fairly certain the dentaries in (B) aren't from Habrosaurus, and more likely from Scapherpeton. The labial surfaces are smooth and largely featureless.

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