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Mammalia - Eutriconodonta
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.
|D. Sigogneau-Russell 1995||Last molar with high and narrow crown, with cusps a, c, d, decreasing regularly in height posteriorly; differs from all Triconodonta except Morganucodontidae by cusp b displaced lingually and included in the cingulum; differs from all Triconodonta by anterior notch displaced labially with presence of a cuspule f, a cuspule not present in any other Triconodonta.|
|G. V. R. Prasad and B. K. Manhas 2002||Lower molars with high and narrow crown and a cusp formula of a > c > d > b; cusps a, c, d decreasing regularly in height posteriorly; the posterior crests of a and c are slightly longer than the anterior ones; cusps a and c with swollen labial bases; b as a small cusp; differs from all known triconodonts in the cusp formula; differs from all triconodonts except Gobiconodon Trofimov, 1978 and Dinnetherium Jenkins, Crompton & Downs, 1983 in the presence of anterior notch between e and f; differs from all triconodonts with the exception of Morganucodon Kühne, 1949 in having a very small cusp b.|