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  • n. Any ceratopsid dinosaur of the subfamily Centrosaurinae

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  • And there's been more from the latest Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, papers on the "rauisuchian" archosaur Batrachotomus kupferzellensis; the ontogeny of Stegosaurus; ontogenetic and taxonomic implications of pattern and transition of surficial bone texture of the centrosaurine frill; and Adeopapposaurus, a new prosauropod dinosaur from Argentina.

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  • Species thanks go out to Andrew Farke for checking my work and sending me a ton of papers about centrosaurine ontogenetic development.

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  • I was interested in showing a growth series of a centrosaurine ceratopsid because, frankly, they go through some significant changes.

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  • Awhile back, I remember seeing a painting of a drowning centrosaurine that was described as a "new species of Styracosaurus."

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  • Long bone surface textures as ontogenetic markers in centrosaurine ceratopsids.

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  • Structure of the brain cavity and inner ear of the centrosaurine ceratopsid dinosaur Pachyrhinosaurus based on CT scanning and 3D visualization. by L.M. Witmer and R.C. Ridgely

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  • Sampson SD, Ryan MJ, Tanke DH (1997) Craniofacial ontogeny in centrosaurine dinosaurs

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    Text cloud for two of my papers

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