New Anchomomys (Adapoidea, Primates) from the Robiacian (Middle Eocene) of northeastern Spain. Taxonomic and evolutionary implications.

@article{Marig2011NewA,
  title={New Anchomomys (Adapoidea, Primates) from the Robiacian (Middle Eocene) of northeastern Spain. Taxonomic and evolutionary implications.},
  author={Judit Marig{\'o} and Raef Minwer-Barakat and Salvador Moy{\`a}-Sol{\`a}},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2011},
  volume={60 5},
  pages={
          665-72
        }
}
The genus Anchomomys was defined by Stehlin (1916) to describe the type species Anchomomys gaillardi from Lissieu (France). Subsequently, Eocene fossil sites have produced many species found at several French and Swiss sites (Table 1). Historically, the ascription of several species to the genus Anchomomys has been controversial (Schwartz and Tattersall, 1983; Godinot, 1998, 2006). Here, we present the largest collection of Anchomomys ever recovered (more than 200 items), and conduct a… CONTINUE READING
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