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|S. J. Nesbitt et al. 2010||Asilisaurus differs from all other archosaurs in possessing the following unique combination of character states: anterior portion of the dentary tapers to a sharp point; teeth absent from the anterior portion of the dentary; teeth ankylosed into the alveoli; distinctly convex dorsal margin of the dentary; Meckelian groove positioned at the dorsoventral midpoint of the medial surface of the dentary; peg-like teeth with extremely small, poorly developed serrations (see Supplementary Information for differential diagnosis using additional characters preserved on the paratypes).|