Denver Museum of Nature & Science Annals 3
Christiansen & Stucky: Revision of the Wind River Faunas,Early Eocene of Central Wyoming. Part 15. New Nyctitheriidae(?Lipotyphla) with Analysis of the Relationships of North American Taxa
Among the fossilized remains of early Eocene mammals collected from the Buck Spring Quarries of Wyoming are the dentitions of several previously undescribed nyctitheriids. Comparison of this material (from the Lost Cabin Member of the Wind River Formation,late Wasatchian Land Mammal Age (LMA), Lostcabinian Land Mammal Subage (LMSA, Wa-7)) to closely related taxa requires the description of a new genus and species of nyctitheres, Acrodentis rosenorum, as well as a new species of Nyctitherium, N. krishtalkai... (from the Abstract)
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