The Braincase and Skull Roof of Gryposaurus notabilis (Dinosauria, Hadrosauridae), with a Taxonomic Revision of the Genus

@inproceedings{Prietomrquez2010TheBA,
  title={The Braincase and Skull Roof of Gryposaurus notabilis (Dinosauria, Hadrosauridae), with a Taxonomic Revision of the Genus},
  author={Albert Prieto-m{\'A}rquez},
  year={2010}
}
ABSTRACT The facial and neurocranial anatomy of AMNH 5350, containing the most complete braincase available for Gryposaurus, is described in detail. The specimen, collected from Late Campanian outcrops of the Dinosaur Park Formation of southern Canada, is referred to G. notabilis because of the combination of a preorbital nasal protuberance positioned above the level of the frontals, narrow U-shaped posterior margin of the narial fenestra, dorsal margin of the infratemporal fenestra being… 
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