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.31" Raptor Tooth (Richardoestesia?) - Montana
Many of the raptor teeth found in the Hell Creek Formation show morphological differences that are often attributed to taxon from other formations of different ages. Among those are Saurornitholestes, Richardoestesia gilmorei, Richardoestesia isosceles, and Paronychodon. This tooth in particular shows morphology similar to that of Richardoestesia though the taxon has not been formally described from the formation. It has a dagger like shape with faint serrations. It was collected from a private quarry in Powder River County, Montana and comes with an acrylic bubble case.