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Early Cretaceous multituberculates from Mongolia and a comparison with Late Jurassic forms

@article{KielanJaworowska1987EarlyCM,
  title={Early Cretaceous multituberculates from Mongolia and a comparison with Late Jurassic forms},
  author={Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska and Demberlyin Dashzeveg and Boris A. Trofimov},
  journal={Acta Palaeontologica Polonica},
  year={1987},
  volume={32}
}
KIELAN-JAWOROWSKA, Z., DASHZEVEG, D. and TROFIMOV, B. A.: Early Cretaceous multituberculates from Mongolia and a comparison with Late Jurassic forms. Acta Palaeont. Polonica, 38, 1-2, 3-47, 19&7. A collection of multituberculates consisting of 68 specimens (teeth or their fragments and jaw fragments) from the ?Aptian or Albian Khovboor Beds in the Gobi Desert is described. It contains four species: Eobaatar magnus gen. n., sp. n., and E. minor sp. n. (assigned to the Eobaataridae nov. in… 

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