Eoalphadon woodburnei Eaton 2009 (metatherian)

Mammalia - Theriamorpha - Alphadontidae

Full reference: J. G. Eaton. 2009. Cenomanian (Late Cretaceous) mammals from Cedar Canyon, southwestern Utah, and a revision of Cenomanian Alphadon-like marsupials. Museum of Northern Arizona Bulletin 65:97-110

Belongs to Eoalphadon according to J. G. Eaton 2009

Sister taxa: Eoalphadon clemensi, Eoalphadon lillegraveni

Type specimen: UMNH VP 12842, a tooth (M3 in a maxillary fragment). Its type locality is UMNH VP Loc. 162, Cedar Canyon roadcut, which is in a Cenomanian/Cenomanian floodplain mudstone/sandstone in the Naturita Formation of Utah.

Ecology: scansorial omnivore


• Cretaceous of United States (2: Utah collections)

Total: 2 collections each including a single occurrence

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