Véra Eisenmann

Shungura Formation, Member C and B-C

Tuesday 28 April 2015 by Véra Eisenmann

There are but a few available photographs although Hooijer described more fossils.

A mandibular symphysis (Fig.C1) shows no reduction of the I3.

On the lower B-C 3 70-701 (Fig.C2) both protostylid and ectostylid appear on the occlusal view although the tooth is little worn. It seems to belong to the same species, if not to the same animal, as B 40-1968-3015.


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