New Tertiary Koala (Marsupialia, Phascolarctidae) from Riversleigh, Australia, with a Revision of Phascolarctid Phylogenetics, Paleoecology, and Paleobiodiversity

@inproceedings{Black2012NewTK,
  title={New Tertiary Koala (Marsupialia, Phascolarctidae) from Riversleigh, Australia, with a Revision of Phascolarctid Phylogenetics, Paleoecology, and Paleobiodiversity},
  author={K. Black and M. Archer and S. Hand},
  year={2012}
}
ABSTRACT Here we describe the most plesiomorphic koala yet known. Priscakoala lucyturnbullae, gen. et sp. nov., is the fourth and largest koala species described from Miocene deposits in the Riversleigh World Heritage area, northern Australia. It is known from a maxilla with M1–3 and isolated M2, M3 or M4 and m1. Relationships within the diprotodontian suborder Vombatiformes are clarified using cranial and dental characters based on a data set compiled from new and more complete cranial… Expand
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