What is the size of the fossil jaw pieces of Genyodectes?

Genyodectes, for the benefit of others who might be reading this, is a South American theropod dinosaur known from only a few fragments of the upper and lower jaws of one fossil individual. The fragments vary in size, but the largest (the front part of the left lower jaw) is around 33.5 cm long. A complete lower jaw might have been more like 60 cm, but this is just a rough estimate.