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A pangolin from the French Quercy phosphorites
The skull of Tetraceratops
A femur of the giant bird Gargantuavis
Fossil vertebrate assemblage at Las Aguilas
Notidanodon tooth (Neoselachii: Hexanchiformes) in the Late Jurassic of New Zealand
A new Ardynomys (Rodentia,Cylindrodontidae) from the Eocene of the eastern Gobi Desert, Mongolia.Ardynomys; Eocene; Mongolia; Rodentia; systematics
Cite this article: Dashzeveg D., 1996. A new Ardynomys (Rodentia,Cylindrodontidae) from the Eocene of the eastern Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Palaeovertebrata 25 (2-4): 339-348.
A partial skull of Ardynomys russelli sp. nov. (Rodentia, Cylindrodontidae) is described. This was collected in the late Eocene of Alag Tsab locality in the eastem Gobi Desert, Mongolia. Ardynomys russelli sp. nov. is characterized by small size, brachyodont molars, and retention of P3. It represents the earliest record of the genus Ardynomys MATTHEW & GRANGER, 1925, in Asia.
Published in Vol. 25, Fasc. 2-4 (1996)