Possible occurrence of marsupial bones in Cretaceous eutherian mammals

@article{KielanJaworowska1975PossibleOO,
  title={Possible occurrence of marsupial bones in Cretaceous eutherian mammals},
  author={Z. Kielan-Jaworowska},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1975},
  volume={255},
  pages={698-699}
}
MARSUPIAL bones (epipubes, prepubes) occur in Marsupialia, Monotremata and have also been found in Cretaceous Multituberculata1. Gregory and Camp2 and Romer3 supposed that prepubic cartilages existed in therapsids. Fourie4,5 described a tritylodontid skeleton in which these bones were preserved. Marsupial bones have not been found in eutherian mammals unless one accepts Jellison's6 idea that the baculum is homologous to the epipubic bones. The earliest known eutherian postcranial skeletons come… Expand
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