Sigynorum magnadivisus McComas and Eberle 2016 (condylarth)

Mammalia - Procreodi - Arctocyonidae

Full reference: K. M. McComas and J. J. Eberle. 2016. A new earliest Paleocene (Puercan) arctocyonid mammal from the Fort Union Formation, Great Divide Basin, Wyoming, and its phylogenetic position among early condylarths. Journal of Systematic Palaeontology 14(6):445-459

Belongs to Sigynorum according to K. M. McComas and J. J. Eberle 2016

Sister taxa: none

Type specimen: UCM 103133, a mandible (Right mandible with p4m3, alveoli p1p3). Its type locality is UCM locality 2011035 (Pu1), which is in a Puercan channel sandstone in the Fort Union Formation of Wyoming.

Ecology: ground dwelling omnivore

Distribution: found only at UCM locality 2011035 (Pu1)

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