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Re: Condylarths (TINGAMARRA REVISITED)



> << Where have all these LK (crown group) placentals been found, and are
they
> still regarded as such today? I mean,
> http://www.dinosauria.com/jdp/misc/hellcreek.html lists 11
multituberculate
> species, 12 metatherian species and 8 eutherian species, the latter in the
> genera *Gypsonictops*, *Cimolestes* and *Batodon*. *Cimolestes* is, AFAIK,
> outside the crown group; where are the others placed? >>
>
> There was also, the famous *Protoungulatum donnae*

Yes, but it doesn't appear at the mentioned site. May it have turned out to
be Paleocene? (I seem to recall that it is a misinterpretation of a
non-crown-group eutherian, but I have nothing to confirm this, it could be a
false memory...)