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Examples of periosteal reactive bone in selected specimens of Triceratops.

Arrows indicate lesions on (A) the left jugal of YPM 1822 (Yale Peabody Museum, New Haven, Connecticut, USA) and (B) the right squamosal of YPM 1828. The inset skull graphics indicate the approximate area of each photograph with a gray box.

Date 2009
Author Andrew A. Farke, Ewan D. S. Wolff, Darren H. Tanke

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