New traversodontid (Therapsida: Cynodontia) teeth from the Upper Triassic of Habay-la-Vieille (southern Belgium)

@article{Godefroit1999NewT,
  title={New traversodontid (Therapsida: Cynodontia) teeth from the Upper Triassic of Habay-la-Vieille (southern Belgium)},
  author={Pascal Godefroit},
  journal={Pal{\"a}ontologische Zeitschrift},
  year={1999},
  volume={73},
  pages={385-394}
}
  • P. Godefroit
  • Published 1 December 1999
  • Geology
  • Paläontologische Zeitschrift
KurzfassungKleinwüchsige Traversodontiden (Therapsida, Cynodontia) sind seltene Bestandteile in spättriassischen terrestrischen Faunen Westeuropas.Habayia halbardieri n. gen., n. sp., beschrieben und diskutiert in der vorliegenden Arbeit, basiert auf einem einzigen isolierten oberen Postcaninen aus dem Rhät von Habay-la-Vieille (Süd-Belgien). Ein weiterer winziger Zahn von der gleichen Lokalität wird vorläufig als ein traversodontider unterer Postcanin identifiziert. Kleinwüchsige… Expand
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