First record of the mustelid Trochictis (Carnivora, Mammalia) from the early Late Miocene (MN 9/10) of Germany and a re-appraisal of the genus Trochictis

@article{Morlo2019FirstRO,
  title={First record of the mustelid Trochictis (Carnivora, Mammalia) from the early Late Miocene (MN 9/10) of Germany and a re-appraisal of the genus Trochictis},
  author={Michael Morlo and Anne Le Ma{\^i}tre and Katharina Bastl and Thomas Engel and Herbert Lutz and Bastian Lischewsky and Axel von Berg and Doris Nagel},
  journal={Historical Biology},
  year={2019},
  volume={33},
  pages={1183 - 1195}
}
ABSTRACT We present the first record of the mustelid Trochictis from the Late Miocene (MN 9/10) of Germany, a partial mandible with p4, m1, and m2 from Eppelsheim. Trochictis peignei sp. nov. is characterised by the combination p4 with a distal accessory cuspid and a basal lingual enlargement, m1 with a length/width index larger than 2.5, a rounded lingual wall of the paraconid, an entoconulid present, the metaconid as high as the paraconid, and cuspules present on the posterior talonid edge… 
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