Series: University of California Publications in Geological Sciences Volume: 136
By: M Montellano
115 pages, 37 figs
Describes and evaluates the systematic relationships of the large mammalian fauna of the area, which included rodent-like multituberculates, primitive therians, marsupials, and early eutherian mammals, and also analyzes the biogeography of mammalian faunas of the Judithian age.
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