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NMMNH curator and co-author of the research Spencer Lucas emphasized that the dinosaur species' discovery is a significant find in Arizona.
The Mountain Breeze Site (L-3752) was identified by a portion of the articular end of a proboscidean long bone (NMMNH 27704) eroding out of an arroyo wall near Nogal, New Mexico (UTM coordinates 3711660N, 434880E).
The Dry Gulch Site (L-3753) was discovered by a local miner who noted a tusk (NMMNH 27704) eroding from the base of an arroyo wall just south of Nogal, New Mexico (UTM coordinates 3710820N, 432320E).
The fossil specimen (NMMNH P-18816) represents a single individual, and consists of a braincase, 9 cervical vertebrae, 44 trunk vertebrae, 27 ribs (3 complete) and various fragments (Fig.
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