Apatemys prouti Hooker 2010 (insectivoran)

Mammalia - Insectivora - Apatemyidae

Full reference: J. J. Hooker. 2010. The mammal fauna of the early Eocene Blackheath Formation of Abbey Wood, London. Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society 165:1-162

Belongs to Apatemys according to J. J. Hooker 2010

Sister taxa: Apatemys bellulus, Apatemys bellus, Apatemys chardini, Apatemys downsi, Apatemys hendryi, Apatemys mutiniacus, Apatemys pygmaeus, Apatemys rodens, Apatemys sigogneauae, Apatemys sigogneaui, Apatemys teilhardi, Apatemys uintensis

Type specimen: NHMUK M51704, a tooth. Its type locality is Abbey Wood, which is in a Ypresian marine sandstone in the Blackheath Beds Formation of the United Kingdom.

Ecology: arboreal herbivore

Distribution: found only at Abbey Wood

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