Temporal range: Upper Cretaceous 67 mya
|Reconstructed skeletons mounted in fighting pose, N.J. State Museum|
It was given its name because it had 8-inch (21-cm) long finger claws. Fossils have been found in New Jersey. It is known only from a partial skeleton.
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- Paul, G.S. 2010. The Princeton field guide to dinosaurs. Princeton University Press, p. 100