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Trilophomys canterranensis was named by Michaux (1976) [Hypodygm: 8 isolated molars]. Its type locality is La Jasse cliff, near Terrats, Canterrane valley, Roussillon, which is in a MN 14 fluvial claystone/lignite in France.
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