The first Jurassic mammal from Scotland

@article{Waldman1972TheFJ,
  title={The first Jurassic mammal from Scotland},
  author={M. Waldman and R. Savage},
  journal={Journal of the Geological Society},
  year={1972},
  volume={128},
  pages={119 - 125}
}
Records of mammals in Mesozoic strata are rare: the earliest are of late Triassic age in Wales, S. Africa and China: two primitive mammal families (Eozo-strodontidae and Kuehneotheridae) are represented in these faunas. There then follows a long time gap until Late Jurassic, when mammals are known from the U.S.A., U.K., Portugal and Tanzania: these faunas include pantotheres, the stock from which almost all the later mammals arose. Between the Late Trias and Late Jurassic, the only known fauna… Expand
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