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2017.
Sauropod teeth from the Upper Cretaceous Bissekty Formation of Uzbekistan.
Averianov, A., Sues, H.-D.


A new Arctic hadrosaurid from the Prince Creek Formation (lower Maastrichtian) of northern Alaska.


2016.
Turiasauria-like teeth from the Upper Jurassic of the Lusitanian Basin, Portugal.
Mocho, P., Royo-Torres, R., Malafaia, E., Escaso, F., Silva, B., Ortega, F.

2016.
An update on the knowledge of the Spanish upper Campanian vertebrate site of Armuna (Segovia Province).
Pérez-Garcia, A., Ortega, F., Bolet, A., Escaso, F., Houssaye, A., Martinez-Salanova, J., de Miguel Chaves, C., Mocho, P., Narvaez, I., Segura, M., Torices, A., Vidal, D. & Sanz, J.L.

2016.
A new ornithopod (Dinosauria, Ornithischia) from the Upper Cretaceous of Antarctica and its palaeobiogeographical implications.
Rozadilla, S., Agnolin, F.L., Novas, F.E., Aranziaga Rolando, A.M., Motta, M.J., Lirio, J.M., Isasi, M.P.

2016.
A large-clawed theropod (Dinosauria: Tetanurae) from the Lower Cretaceous of Australia and the Gondwanan origin of megaraptorid theropods.
Bell, P.R., Cau, A., Fanti, F., Smith, E.T.

2016.
New heterodontosaurid remains from the Cañadón Asfalto Formation: cursoriality and the functional importance of the pes in small heterodontosaurids.
Becerra, M.G., Pol, D., Rauhut, O.W.M., Cerda, I.A.

2016.
Dentary groove morphology does not distinguish ‘Nanotyrannus’ as a valid taxon of tyrannosauroid dinosaur. Comment on: “Distribution of the dentary groove of theropod dinosaurs: Implications for theropod phylogeny and the validity of the genus Nanotyrannus Bakker et al., 1988”.
Brusatte, S.L., Carr, T.D., Williamson, T.E., Holtz, T.R., Hone, D.W.E., Williams, S.C.

2016.
Multiple neoplasms in a single sauropod dinosaur from the Upper Cretaceous of Brazil.


2016.
Reassessing the endemic European Upper Cretaceous dinosaur egg Cairanoolithus.
Selles, A.G., Galobart, A.