New Jurassic Mammals from Patagonia , Argentina : A Reappraisal of Australosphenidan Morphology and Interrelationships

@inproceedings{Rougier2007NewJM,
  title={New Jurassic Mammals from Patagonia , Argentina : A Reappraisal of Australosphenidan Morphology and Interrelationships},
  author={Guillermo W. Rougier and Agust{\'i}n G Martinelli and Anal{\'i}a M. Forasiepi and Michael J. Novacek},
  year={2007}
}
A new mammal, Henosferus molus, n.gen. and n.sp., from the Callovian–Oxfordian (latest Middle to earliest Late Jurassic) Cañadón Asfalto Formation from Chubut Province (Argentina) is described. This taxon corresponds to a new species clearly different from Asfaltomylos patagonicus from the same locality and stratigraphic level. This new species is based on three lower jaws with relatively wellpreserved dentition. The lower jaw shows a primitive morphology having a Meckelian groove, a prominent… CONTINUE READING
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