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Mammalia - Coryphodontidae
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.
|Y. Tong and Y. Tang 1977||Compared with Eudinoceras mongoliensis and Eudinoceras kholobochiensis this species is more robust. Upper Incisiva: tusk-like, the basal transverse section is elliptic in shape, near the top it is triangular. Second upper molar: V-shaped angle of the ridge of the metaconus is relatively small, about 30°; metaconus and protoconus are near the lingual side, the protoloph and the anterior wing of the metaconus ridge are nearly rectangular to the vertical axis of the tooth; Inner cingulum long, it passes the basis of protocone and metacone. Lower P3-4: posterior smaller than anterior, V-shaped ridge with small angle, cristid obliqua is degenerated, it is also near the lingual side, the paralophid is week. Third lower molar: cristid obliqua week, extends up to the metaconid, the end is swallen, metalophid and hypolophid strong and nearly straight to the axis of the tooth.|