The first multituberculate mammal from India

@article{Parmar2013TheFM,
  title={The first multituberculate mammal from India},
  author={Varun Parmar and Guntupalli V. R. Prasad and Deepak Kumar},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={2013},
  volume={100},
  pages={515-523}
}
Mesozoic deposits of the former Gondwanaland are depauperate in early mammals, in general, and multituberculate mammals, in particular. Until now, the oldest multituberculate mammals known from the Gondwanan continents come from the Early Cretaceous of Morocco, NW Africa. Here, we report the presence of a new multituberculate mammal, Indobaatar zofiae gen. et sp. nov., from the Lower/Middle Jurassic Kota Formation, Pranhita-Godavari valley in peninsular India. This is the first record of a… 
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