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A new genus of eomyid rodent from the Miocene of Nevada

@article{Smith2006ANG,
  title={A new genus of eomyid rodent from the Miocene of Nevada},
  author={Kent S. Smith and R. Cifelli and N. Czaplewski},
  journal={Acta Palaeontologica Polonica},
  year={2006},
  volume={51},
  pages={385-392}
}
The description of a new genus (Apeomyoides) of eomyid rodent from the Miocene of Nevada increases the diversity of known taxa, enhances the geographic range, and extends the biochronology for the Apeomyinae (Eomyidae). Three groups of Eomyidae are known from the fossil record of North America. Of the three groups, Neogene taxa include four genera representing the Eomyinae and two genera representing the Apeomyinae; no genera of the subfamily Yoderi− myinae are known from the Neogene of the… Expand

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