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Edmontonia
(ed-mon-TOHN-ee-a | 'Edmonton')
| E.longiceps | | E.rugosidens |

Nodosauridae

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Illustration of Edmontonia
Wikidino
www.wikidino.com
Skeleton of Edmontonia
University of Maryland - Department of Geology
www.geol.umd.edu

Sets Which Include a Edmontonia
Battat
Bustina Personalizzata
Cadbury-Schweppes Foods Ltd.
Carolina Biological Supply Co.
Creative Edge
Danone
Dorling Kindersley Ltd.
Educational Insights
Heritage Playing Card Company
International Master Publishers
Jack In The Box
Late for The Sky Production Co.
Marca
Monsterwax
Mun-War Enterprises Inc.
Panini
Printissa
Santa Cruz Milk Cap Company
Schleich GmbH
United States Postal Service
Upper Deck
Weldon Owen
Woolworths
Workman Publishing

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