The first Mesozoic mammal from Scandinavia

@article{Lindgren2004TheFM,
  title={The first Mesozoic mammal from Scandinavia},
  author={Johan Lindgren and Jan Rees and Mikael Siverson and Gilles Cuny},
  journal={GFF},
  year={2004},
  volume={126},
  pages={325 - 330}
}
Abstract Lowermost Cretaceous (Berriasian) strata of the Skyttegård Member (Rabekke Formation, Nyker Group) on the island of Bornholm, Denmark, have yielded a diverse terrestrial micro-vertebrate fauna. The assemblage is unique in several aspects, including e.g. the first Mesozoic mammal from Scandinavia. Here, we describe the mammal fossil, identified as a multituberculate upper premolar. The tooth is tentatively assigned to the monospecific genus Sunnyodon, as it shares the largest number of… Expand
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