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From abstract: Some authors recognize three Caenagnathid genera, others suggest only two were present, and there is considerable disagreement about which specimens are referable to which genus. This study aims to resolve this issue by reviewing the known specimens and using osteohistology, to establish a testable taxonomic framework of Dinosaur Park https://journals.library.ualberta.ca/vamp/index.php/VAMP/article/view/29362
Troodon posted a topic in General Fossil DiscussionThe Hell Creek/Lance Formations have been very slow giving up their dinosaur secrets. Very few articulated skeletons have been found other than the king T rex. A couple of recent finds may increase the number of Caenagnathids in these fauna's. Caenagnathids are part of a group of bird like dinosaurs that are known by their easily identifiable hand claws. Currently only Anzu wyliei is described and accepted from these formations and is known from two partially articulated specimens and is the largest Caenagnathid in the fossil record. In 2013 a new species was w