After the Chinese Linhevenator, yet, another troodontid, Talos sampsoni, has just been described in the current issue of PLoS ONE. This one is from the distinct and quite specific fauna of the Kaiparowits formation of Utah, which included the unique ceratopsians Kosmoceratops, Utahceratops and Nasutuceratops, the tyrannosaurid Teratophoneus, the hadrosaur Gryposaurus and the Oviraptosaur Hagryphus. Talos is essentially known from remains of the hindlimbs plus a few other bits such as some vertebrae, and a left ulna. It was probably similar in shape to the other derived troodonts with short forelimbs, long legs and had a sickle claw on each foot.
Lindsay E. Zanno, David J. Varricchio, Patrick M. O'Connor, Alan L. Titus and Michael J. Knell. 2011. A new troodontid theropod, Talos sampsoni gen. et sp. nov., from the Upper Cretaceous Western Interior Basin of North America. PLoS ONE 9 (6): e24487.