Eudaemonema cuspidata Simpson 1935 (insectivoran)

Mammalia - Sarcobora - Mixodectidae

Full reference: G. G. Simpson. 1935. New Paleocene mammals from the Fort Union of Montana. Proceedings of the United States National Museum 83:221-244

Belongs to Eudaemonema according to C. S. Scott 2010

See also Simpson 1935

Sister taxa: Eudaemonema bohachae, Eudaemonema webbi

Type specimen: U.S.N.M. no. 9314, a mandible (left lower jaw with C, P2-M3, and roots or alveoli of all other teeth). Its type locality is Gidley Quarry, which is in a Torrejonian terrestrial horizon in the Fort Union Formation of Montana.

Ecology: ground dwelling insectivore

Distribution:

• Paleocene of Canada (1: Alberta collection), United States (5: Montana, Wyoming)

Total: 6 collections each including a single occurrence

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