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Reptilia - Heterodontosauridae
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|R. J. Butler et al. 2010||Small heterodontosaurid ornithischian characterized by the following unique combination of characters, including autapomorphies (*indicates character that is autapomorphic within Heterodontosauridae; **indicates character that is autapomorphic within Ornithischia): (1*) premaxillary crowns small and subequal in size, expanded labiolingually and mesiodistally above the root; (2) maxillary caniniform absent; (3) maxillary/dentary crowns low and triangular, with symmetrically distributed enamel; (4*) denticles extend over half of the maxillary/dentary crowns, not restricted to apical third; (5**) dentary caniniform present but apicobasal height does not exceed that of the largest dentary cheek tooth crown; (6**) small, unserrated, peg-like and procumbent tooth present anterior to the dentary caniniform; (7**) distal end of the tibia with anteromedial flange; (8**) apex of the ascending process of astragalus is formed by a separate ossification; (9**) two large foramina pierce anterior surface of the ascending process of astragalus.|
|P. C. Sereno 2012||Heterodontosaurid with (1) a discordantly small dentary tooth
immediately distal to the caniniform dentary tooth and (2) a prominent anteromedial flange on the distal end of the tibia.