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Reptilia - Saurosphargidae
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|D. Surmik 2016||"A marine vertebrate with moderately slender dentary (the ratio of maximum dentary depth/maximum tooth row length circa 0.2, minimum dentary depth/ maximum tooth row length circa 0.1). The anterior end of the dentary bluntly cut at an angle of approximately 125° to the ventral margin of the bone.
Dentary tooth row roughly 80 mm in length. Approximately 16 teeth and tooth positions. Tooth crowns blunt, monocuspid, coniform turn to slightly
grooved narrowed stems. Tooth implantation subthecodont. Dentine slightly folded. Plicidentine in basal part only. Enamel is striated."