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2001 November 16, Paul C. Sereno et al., “The Giant Crocodyliform Sarcosuchus from the Cretaceous of Africa”, Science, volume 294, number 5546, DOI:10.1126/science.1066521, pages 1516-1519:
- Both upper and lower crowns have carinae fore and aft but are otherwise smooth and remarkably stout (Fig. 2 E).
1997 June 6, Jose L. Sanz et al., “A Nestling Bird from the Lower Cretaceous of Spain: Implications for Avian Skull and Neck Evolution”, Science, volume 276, number 5318, DOI:10.1126/science.276.5318.1543, pages 1543-1546:
- The teeth are devoid of carinae, lacking any kind of ornamentation.
1859, Various, Journal of the Proceedings of the Linnean Society - Vol. 3:
- Yellow; the antennae fuscous above, also a fuscous cloud at the apex of the anterior wings, the wings hyaline with the nervures black; a spot on the scape within, and three longitudinal stripes on the mesothorax, black; the latter slightly punctured anteriorly; the metathorax smooth and shining, with three oblique carinae on each side, and a small subovate enclosed space in the middle of the disk.