Neoplagiaulax donaldorum Scott and Krause 2006 (multituberculate)

Mammalia - Multituberculata - Neoplagiaulacidae

Full reference: C. S. Scott and D. W. Krause. 2006. Multituberculates (Mammalia, Allotheria) from the earliest Tiffanian (late Paleocene) Douglass Quarry, eastern Crazy Mountains Basin, Montana. Contributions from the Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan 31(10):211-243

Belongs to Neoplagiaulax according to C. S. Scott and D. W. Krause 2006

Sister taxa: Neoplagiaulax burgessi, Neoplagiaulax grangeri, Neoplagiaulax hazeni, Neoplagiaulax hunteri, Neoplagiaulax jepi, Neoplagiaulax kremnus, Neoplagiaulax macintyrei, Neoplagiaulax macrotomeus, Neoplagiaulax mckennai, Neoplagiaulax nanophus, Neoplagiaulax nelsoni, Neoplagiaulax paskapooensis, Neoplagiaulax serrator

Type specimen: UM 84178, a mandible (left dentary with p4, m1-2). Its type locality is Douglass Quarry, which is in a Tiffanian terrestrial horizon in Montana.

Ecology: arboreal omnivore


• Paleocene of Canada (2: Alberta collections), United States (1: Montana)

Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence

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