Small theropod teeth from the Upper Jurassic coal mine of Guimarota (Portugal)

@article{Zinke1998SmallTT,
  title={Small theropod teeth from the Upper Jurassic coal mine of Guimarota (Portugal)},
  author={Jens Zinke},
  journal={Pal{\"a}ontologische Zeitschrift},
  year={1998},
  volume={72},
  pages={179-189}
}
  • J. Zinke
  • Published 1 April 1998
  • Geology
  • Paläontologische Zeitschrift
KurzfassungIsolierte Zähne theropoder Dinosaurier aus dem Oberen Jura der Kohlengrube Guimarota (bei Leiria, Portugal) werden beschrieben und abgebildet. Die häufigsten Zahnfunde ähneln morphologisch den Bezahnungen der oberjurassischen TheropodenArchaeopteryx undCompsognathus. Ein Morphotyp deutet auf das Vorhandensein eines Allosauriden hin. Sechs weitere Morphotypen von Theropoden-Zähnen zeigen große Ähnlichkeiten mit kreidezeitlichen Formen, wie Dromaeosauriden, Troodontiden… 

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