A high-latitude fauna of mid-Mesozoic mammals from Yakutia, Russia

@inproceedings{Averianov2018AHF,
  title={A high-latitude fauna of mid-Mesozoic mammals from Yakutia, Russia},
  author={Alexander Averianov and Thomas Martin and Alexey V. Lopatin and Pavel P Skutschas and Rico Schellhorn and Petr M. Kolosov and Dmitry Vitenko},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2018}
}
The Early Cretaceous (?Berriasian-Barremian) Teete vertebrate locality in Western Yakutia, East Siberia, Russia, has produced mammal remains that are attributed to three taxa: Eleutherodontidae indet. cf. Sineleutherus sp. (Haramiyida; an upper molariform tooth), Khorotherium yakutensis gen. et sp. nov. (Tegotheriidae, Docodonta; maxillary fragment with three molariform teeth and dentary fragment with one molariform tooth), and Sangarotherium aquilonium gen. et sp. nov. (Eutriconodonta incertae… CONTINUE READING
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