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Mammalia - Dryolestida
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|J. I. Canudo and G. Cuenca-Bescós 1996 (Pocamus pepelui)||A high paracone dominates the crown , and is located antero-lingually. The second main cusp , identified as a metacone , is lower , smaller , and located in the distal end of the tooth . On the lingual side of both cusps, a ridge runs from the tip of the paracone to the tip of the metacone , and in between is a distinct, oval-shaped shearing surface that resembles a shearing surface of a third cusp (an incipient protocone?) . On the antero-labial slope of the paracone there is a small, eight-shaped cusp , the parastyle .|