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Revision of the Ektopodontidae (Mammalia, Marsupialia, Phalangeroidea) of the Australian Neogene
|Statement||M.O. Woodburne and W.A. Clemens, editors.|
|Series||University of California publications in geological sciences ;, v. 131|
|Contributions||Woodburne, Michael O., Clemens, William Alvin.|
|LC Classifications||QE882.M3 R48 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 114 p. :|
|Number of Pages||114|
|LC Control Number||85016487|
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Ektopodon is an extinct genus of marsupial. It belongs in a group called Ektopodontidae which occurred in forested environments in South Australia, Queensland and Victoria. The last species of this group went extinct in the early Pleistocene (between million years ago andyears ago).
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AND G.K. NOBLE. BARBOUR. Hyopsodontidae is an extinct family of unspecialized, primitive mammals from the order Condylarthra, living from the Paleocene to the Eocene in North America and arthra is now thought to be a wastebasket taxon; hyopsodontids have occasionally been speculated to be related to Afrotheria, while the most recent consensus appears to be as part of Class: Mammalia.
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In the rear is an addendum on the species in the British Museum of Natural History, containing the. Marsupial fossil presence in strata below and above a suggested post-Flood boundary can be used to calculate the likelihood of those genera being found on a single continent (notably Australia or South America) both before and after the Flood.
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