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Figure 4. Right lower molar (m2) of  <b>Megalagus</b> <b>brachyodon</b> , CM 8620. A) Buc...
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Published: 01 December 2010
Figure 4. Right lower molar (m2) of Megalagus brachyodon , CM 8620. A) Buccal view. B) Lingual view. C) Labial view. D) Occlusal view. E) Distal view. The asymmetrical enamel and the hiatus at the anterior wall of trigonid is typical of the lagomorphs with unilateral hypsodonty. Note separated
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Published: 01 July 2010
Journal of Paleontology (2010) 84 (4): 720–729.
... in the Horse Local Fauna, Palaeolagus temnodon and Megalagus brachyodon . Qualitative analysis of the gross dental wear of the lagomorphs of the Horse Local Fauna indicates that M. brachyodon was mainly folivorous and P. temnodon was primarily frugivorous, suggesting that the contemporaneous ecosystem was tree...
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Published: 01 January 2012
Rocky Mountain Geology (2012) 47 (2): 113–132.
... , and Leptomeryx ; and the perissodactyls Mesohippus , Megacerops , and Rhinocerotidae. The mammalian fauna corroborates the Chadronian (late Eocene) age of the White River Formation in Kings Canyon suggested by others. The co-occurrence of Megalagus brachyodon , Leptomeryx speciosus , and Pseudoprotoceras...
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Journal: PALAIOS
Published: 01 December 2010
PALAIOS (2010) 25 (12): 818–822.
...Figure 4. Right lower molar (m2) of Megalagus brachyodon , CM 8620. A) Buccal view. B) Lingual view. C) Labial view. D) Occlusal view. E) Distal view. The asymmetrical enamel and the hiatus at the anterior wall of trigonid is typical of the lagomorphs with unilateral hypsodonty. Note separated...
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Figure 1. Fossil actinomycetous bacteria from vertical (A, C) and transvers...
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Published: 01 December 2010
Figure 1. Fossil actinomycetous bacteria from vertical (A, C) and transverse (B, D) sections of an isolated molar (m1 or m2) of Megalagus brachyodon (CM 85804). A) Bacterial microcolonies; note their high density in cementum (right). B) Bacterial colony in cementum passing into enamel (top
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Figure  6 —HDR images of fossil lagomorph teeth showing the distribution of...
Published: 01 July 2010
Figure 6 —HDR images of fossil lagomorph teeth showing the distribution of Phase I and Phase II wear. The buccal surface is to the top and the mesial surface is to the left. The scale is 1.0 mm. 1 , a left M2 of Megalagus brachyodon (P2113.142) showing the presence of a distinct shearing facet
Series: GSA Special Papers
Published: 01 January 2008
DOI: 10.1130/2008.2435(08)
...) is ∼40% smaller than Megalagus brachyodon ( Wood, 1940 ), also known from the Florissant Formation ( Worley-Georg and Eberle, 2006 ). FLFO 5973 (UCM 99576) represents the first occurrence of Palaeolagus in the Florissant Formation and extends the geographic range of the genus southwestward from...
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Published: 01 January 2002
Rocky Mountain Geology (2002) 37 (1): 13–30.
... are a significant number of Chadronian taxa, including some that are considered by Emry et al. (1987) to be index fossils for the age ( Titanotheriomys veterior Matthew, Paleolagus temnodon Douglass, and Megalagus brachyodon (Matthew) and some taxa generally restricted to the Chadron (“ Ictops ” acutidens...
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