Haplomylus bozemanensis Robinson and Williams 1997 (elephant shrew)

Mammalia - Macroscelidea - Apheliscidae

Full reference: P. Robinson and B. A. Williams. 1997. Species diversity, tooth size, and shape of Haplomylus (Condylarthra, Hyopsodontidae) from the Powder River Basin, northeastern Wyoming. Contributions to Geology, University of Wyoming 31(2):59-78

Belongs to Haplomylus according to P. Robinson and B. A. Williams 1997

Sister taxa: Haplomylus meridionalis, Haplomylus palustris, Haplomylus scottianus, Haplomylus simpsoni, Haplomylus speirianus, Haplomylus zalmouti

Type specimen: Its type locality is Bozeman, which is in a Wasatchian terrestrial horizon in the "Wasatch" Formation of Wyoming

Ecology: ground dwelling insectivore


• Eocene of United States (11: Wyoming collections)

Total: 11 collections each including a single occurrence

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