Synonym: Stygimys cupressus Fox 1989
Full reference: R. E. Sloan and L. Van Valen. 1965. Cretaceous mammals from Montana. Science 148(3667):220-227
- Stygimys kuszmauli: U.M.V.P. 1478, a mandible (left lower jaw fragment with I and alveoli for P4 and M1). Its type locality is Bug Creek Anthills, which is in a Puercan terrestrial horizon in the Hell Creek Formation of Montana.
- Stygimys cupressus: UALVP 22767, a tooth (left p4). Its type locality is Long Fall Horizon, Rav W-1, which is in a Puercan fine channel fill siliciclastic in the Ravenscrag Formation of Canada.
Ecology: arboreal omnivore
Total: 35 collections each including a single occurrence
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