Thomasia hahni Butler and Macintyre 1994 (mammaliaform)

Osteichthyes - Therapsida - Haramiyidae

Full reference: P. M. Butler and G. T. Macintyre. 1994. Review of the British Haramiyidae (? Mammalia, Allotheria), their molar occlusion and relationships. Philosophical Transactions: Biological Sciences 345(1314):433-458

Belongs to Thomasia according to P. M. Butler and G. T. Macintyre 1994

See also Kielan-Jaworowska et al. 2004

Sister taxa: Thomasia antiqua, Thomasia moorei, Thomasia woutersi

Type specimen: the lower molar from the Middle Keuper of Halberstadt, Germany, described and figured by Hahn (1973), a tooth. Its type locality is Baerecke-Limpricht clay pit, Halberstadt (bed 18), which is in a Rhaetian floodplain claystone/sandstone in the Trossingen Formation of Germany.

Ecology: scansorial insectivore

Distribution: found only at Baerecke-Limpricht clay pit, Halberstadt (bed 18)

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