Multituberculate mammals from the Cretaceous of Uzbekistan ZOFIA KIELAN-JAWOROWSKA

@inproceedings{KIELAN2009MultituberculateMF,
  title={Multituberculate mammals from the Cretaceous of Uzbekistan ZOFIA KIELAN-JAWOROWSKA},
  author={ZOFIA KIELAN and LEV A. NESSOV},
  year={2009}
}
  • ZOFIA KIELAN, LEV A. NESSOV
  • Published 2009
The first western Asian multituberculates found in the Bissekty Formation (Coniacian) of Uzbekistan are described on the basis of a lower premolar (p4), a fragment of a lower incisor, an edentulous dentary, a proximal part of the humerus and a proximal part of the femur. Uzbekbaatar kizylkumensis gen. et sp. n. is defined as having a low and arcuate p4. possibly without a posterobuccal cusp; it presumably had two lower premolars, as inferred from the presence of a triangular concavity at the… CONTINUE READING

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