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From: The most basal ankylosaurine dinosaur from the Albian–Cenomanian of China, with implications for the evolution of the tail club

Figure 2

The skull and mandible of Jinyunpelta sinensis holotype ZMNH M8960. Photograph and line drawing of the skull and mandible in dorsal (a), ventral (b), and anterior (c) views. Abbreviations: an, angular; ar, articular; b, paranasal aperture B; bo, basioccipital; c1, paranasal aperture C1; c2, paranasal aperture C2; d, dentary; en, external naris; exo, exoccipital; f, frontal; fen, fenestra; l, lacrimal; mso, middle supraorbital; mx, maxilla; mf, maxillary fossa; na, nasal; o, orbit; oss, ossicle; pd, predentary; pmx, premaxilla; po, postorbital; pra, prearticular; prf, prefrontal; q, quadrate; qj, quadratojugal; qjh, quadratojugal horn; sa, surangular; sno, supranarial ornamentation; spl, splenial; sq, squamosal.

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