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failing to cite neither Shimada (1997)[c] nor Shimada (2005)is a double-negative, which I assume was unintended ("failing to do neither" means that one "did both"). The dental formula is given inline while the shorter formula for body length is given on its own line; I feel these could each be on their own line, separate from the text, for consistency. For
notable differences in the size of the I1 tooth and lateral profilesI felt that "I1" might have been unclear and wrote that as "first intermediate" from the dental formula. I hope that's right; the source calls it "UA3" but doesn't define what this means. – Reidgreg (talk) 14:53, 8 October 2019 (UTC)