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Mammalia - Soricidae
It was recombined as Crusafontina kormosi by Van Dam (2004).
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.
|F. Bachmayer and R. W. Wilson 1970||Size somewhat smaller than the living Anourosorex squamipes. Theeth faintly pigmented ? Dental formula 1/1, 4/2, 3/3. Posteriror borders of P4-M1 emarginate. P4 with somewhat pointed anterior margin. M1 relatively wide transversely. Upper articular condyle of lower jaw oval rather than triangular. Lower articular condyle slightly visible in external view, anterior edge not extending forward beyond posterior border of superior pterygoid fossa. A relatively obscure pterygoid spicule. m3 reduced, but with small basined heel. Weak labial cingula in molars. Entoconids of molars slightly crested.|
|J. A. Van Dam 2004||Medium-sized Crusafontina species. The I1 apex is long, with L/H smaller than about 1.40. M1 metastyle and parastyle extending buccally about equally far and hypoconal flange not protruding lingually. i1 bicuspulate. m3 talonid either with closed basin, with terminal heel or missing. m3–m1 length ratio smaller than about 0.40.|