Durlstotherium Sweetman et al. 2017 (eutherian)

Mammalia - Tribosphenida

Full reference: S. C. Sweetman, G. Smith, and D. M. Martill. 2017. Highly derived eutherian mammals from the earliest Cretaceous of southern Britain. Acata Paleontologica Polonica 62(4):657-665

Parent taxon: Eutheria according to S. C. Sweetman et al. 2017

Sister taxa: Acreodi, Acristatherium, Ambilestes, Ambolestes, Arctocyonidae, Asioryctitheria, Bibymalagasia, Cimolesta, Didymoconida, Durlstodon, Endotherium, Eomaia, Gliriformes, Heptaconodon, Heptaconodon dubium, Holoclemensiidae, Horolodectidae, Hovurlestes, Hyaenodonta, Insectivora, Juramaia, Kennalestoidea, Leptictida, Mingotheriidae, Montanalestes, Mutica, Nanocuridae, Notopterna, Notoungulata, Oligoryctidae, Pahelia, Palaeorycteropus, Paranyctoides, Paraxonia, Placentalia, Prokennalestes, Proteutheria, Prozalambdalestes, Quadripedes, Sahnitherium, Sazlestes, Scollardius, Sinodelphys, Taeniodonta, Therictoidea, Trogontia, Ungulata, Zalambdalestidae, Zhelestidae

Subtaxa: Durlstotherium newmani

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Type: Durlstotherium newmani

Ecology: scansorial insectivore

Distribution: found only at Mammal Bed, Durlston Bay (DB83) (Cretaceous of the United Kingdom)

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