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Fossil mammals and the age of the changxindian formation, Northeastern ChinaChangxindian Formation; China; Eocene; Fossil mammals
Cite this article: Lucas S. G., 1996. Fossil mammals and the age of the changxindian formation, Northeastern China. Palaeovertebrata 25 (2-4): 133-140.
Re-evaluation of the small collection of mammal fossils from the Changxindian Formation near Beijing, China indicates the following taxa are present: Eutheria, Hypsimilus beiﬁngensis, cf. Miacis sp., Anthracotheriidae and Forstercooperia grandis. The presence of Forstercooperia grandis indicates an Irdinmanhan age and does not support previous assignment of a Sharamurunian age to the Changxindian Formation.
Published in Vol. 25, Fasc. 2-4 (1996)