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Hypoplasia: CT-scan or naked eye?
Eocene otoliths (Clinchfield Formation), Georgia
New elephant cranium from early Pliocene Ileret, Kenya
Early adaptive radiation of Theridomorpha
Abstract book of the 18th Conference of the EAVP
Les mammifères Montiens de Hainin (Paléocène moyen de Belgique) Part1: Multituberculés.Belgium; Hainin; Mammals; multituberculates; Paleocene
Cite this article: Vianey-Liaud M., 1979. Les mammifères Montiens de Hainin (Paléocène moyen de Belgique) Part1: Multituberculés. Palaeovertebrata 9 (4): 117-131.
The Montian locality of Hainin (Hainaut, Belgium) yielded about twenty teeth of Multituberculates. They are very peculiar forms, showing no afﬁnities, at the generic level, with those hitherto known from North America, Asia and Europe. They are referred to the new taxa Boffius splendidus nov. gen., nov. sp., Hainina belgica nov. gen., nov. sp., and H. godfriauxi nov. gen., nov. sp. They expose some common features, such as the advanced type of first upper molar. possessing at least three complete rows of cusps. Because of this, and also of the upper premolar reduction, Boffius splendidus appears as the most specialized form within the Ptilodontoidea suborder.
Published in Vol. 09, Fasc. 4 (1979)