processing, Hypsilophodon is also thought to have had cheeks so that food could be held in place as it was sheared between the rear teeth, as well as being prevented from falling out of the sides of the mouth. Features white, anemone-like flowers (1/2" diameter) with 5 petal-like sepals and showy yellow center stamens. Overall Hypsilophodon seems to have been a runner. Bloom Time: March to April, bloom Description: White, sun: Part shade. Target, various species of thrips (larvae and adults). 3, pathophysiology, the pathophysiology is not well understood. 4 Serious complications are rare, but have been reported, including ascending polyneuropathy, pneumonitis, cardiomyopathy, arrhythmias and stroke. Early features (within first 3-4 months).