Morphology and osteohistology of a large-bodied caenagnathid (Theropoda: Oviraptorosauria) from the Hell Creek Formation (Montana): implications for size-based classifications and growth reconstruction in theropods

Thomas Cullen, D. Jade Simon, Elizabeth Benner & David Evans
Oviraptorosaurs, like many coelurosaurians, are frequently diagnosed using incomplete or fragmentary skeletal remains, with factors such as body size often used to assign material to a particular taxon or as a basis for describing new species. Here we describe a partial skeleton, ROM VP 65884, from the Hell Creek Formation (Montana), and through morphological and phylogenetic comparisons identify it as belonging to Caenagnathidae, and likely referable to Anzu wyliei. We perform multi-element osteohistological sampling of...
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