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Mammalia - Soricidae
If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.
|G. Storch 1995||Large-sized. 5 upper antemolars in front of P4; I sup. not fissident; i inf. slender and bicuspulate; a1 elongate, double-cusped, and with posterolingual basin; parastyle on P4 not conspicuously protruding anteriorly and protocone located rather close to paracone. p4 elongate, two-cusped, and with large posterolingual basin; M1-2 with distinct posterior emargination, rather expanded and concave hypoconal flange, well-developed protocone, and metaloph absent in most of the specimens, short in the remainder; M1 with continuous endoloph; m1-2 with strong and high entoconid and entocristid, entoconid close to metaconid, and with broad ectocingulid; m1 with evenly convex (not rectangular) anterolabial outline and short talonid; m3 talonid greatly reduced; lower articular facet of massive condyloid process situated rather anteriorly and interarticular area broad; internal temporal fossa subdivided by strong limula; coronoid process rather small; one mandibular foramen.|