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Hi y'all, recently acquired this beautiful multituberculate. Total tooth height is 3 mm. Mesodma sp. P4? @jpc

 

Cf. Mesodma sp.

Hell Creek Fm., Garfield Co., MT, USA

3 mm

 

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Looks like a match, P4

its spp quite a few species described 

 

 

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PRELIMINARY REPORT ON THE MAMMALS FROM LANE'S LITTLE JAW SITE QUARRY: A ?LATEST CRETACEOUS (LANCIAN) ASSEMBLAGE, HELL CREEK FORMATION, SOUTHEASTERN MONTANA
Thomas S. Kelly

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I would have to look in Bill Clemens' Mammals of the Lance  Fm.  I can get to it later.   

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On 10/22/2021 at 1:14 PM, jpc said:

I would have to look in Bill Clemens' Mammals of the Lance  Fm.  I can get to it later.   

 

 

Any chance to have a look, JPC?

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