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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 3

The skull and mandible of Jinyunpelta sinensis holotype ZMNH M8960. Photograph and line drawing of the skull and mandible in left lateral (a), left ventrolateral (b), right lateral (c) and right ventrolateral (d) views, and enlarged view of the right narial portion (e). 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; qjh, quadratojugal horn; 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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