Cimolodon peregrinus Donohue et al. 2013 (multituberculate)

Mammalia - Multituberculata - Cimolodontidae

Full reference: S. L. Donohue, G. P. Wilson, and B. H. Breithaupt. 2013. Latest Cretaceous multituberculates of the Black Butte Station local fauna (Lance Formation, southwestern Wyoming), with implications for compositional differences among mammalian local faunas of the Western Interior. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 33(3):677-695

Belongs to Cimolodon according to S. L. Donohue et al. 2013

Sister taxa: Cimolodon agilis, Cimolodon akersteni, Cimolodon electus, Cimolodon nitidus, Cimolodon similis, Cimolodon wardi

Type specimen: UW 15583, a mandible (right dentary fragment with p4). Its type locality is Dino Ray UW V-79033, which is in a Lancian terrestrial sandstone in the Lance Formation of Wyoming.

Ecology: arboreal omnivore

Distribution: found only at Dino Ray UW V-79033

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