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|A. B. Heckert et al. 2012||Species of Doswellia distinguished from the type species, D. kaltenbachi, by a higher tooth count, a prominent ridge on the postorbital, the presence of keels on cervical centra and the presence of discrete knobs or spikes on some osteoderms. The holotype is significantly (50 per cent) larger than any known specimen of D. kaltenbachi and appears to exhibit greater heterodonty in tooth size, but the type series of both specimens are too incomplete to reliably compare. We note that many of the diagnostic characters of the genus as enumerated above by Dilkes and Sues (2009) are not preserved in the holotype of D. sixmilensis and discovery of more complete material will doubtless modify the generic diagnosis.|