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Published: 18 April 2013
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2013) 50 (3): 355–378.
... species of the pentacodontid Aphronorus bearspawensis sp. nov., the mixodectid Eudaemonema bohachae sp. nov., the hyopsodontid Promioclaenus thnetus sp. nov., and a new genus and species of multituberculate ( Alopocosmodon hadrus gen. et sp. nov.) tentatively referred to the Microcosmodontidae...
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Published: 01 November 2018
Rocky Mountain Geology (2018) 53 (2): 75–111.
... fall within the size range for P. acolytus given by Rigby (1980) from Swain Quarry in the Washakie Basin, and are larger than molars of the middle Torrejonian (To2) P. thnetus from the Porcupine Hills Formation in Alberta, Canada, described by Scott et al. (2013) . Promioclaenus sp. indet...
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Mammals of the Bearspaw local fauna, early Paleocene (To2), Porcupine Hills...
Published: 18 April 2013
Fig. 7. Mammals of the Bearspaw local fauna, early Paleocene (To2), Porcupine Hills Formation, Alberta. Promioclaenus thnetus sp. nov., TMP 2010.095.0020, RP4 in (A) labial, (B) lingual, and (C) occlusal views; TMP 2011.090.0131, RM1 in (D) labial, (E) lingual, and (F) occlusal views; TMP
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Notable examples of vertebrate fossils housed at the Royal Tyrrell Museum o...
Published: 05 August 2015
by a private individual who encountered it alongside a road. Subsequent investigation revealed that the concretion had been excavated from a nearby gravel pit and abandoned beside the road (D.H. Tanke, pers. comm., 2015). (H) Incomplete, left dentary of the condylarth mammal Promioclaenus thnetus (TMP
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Published: 20 June 2018
Journal of Paleontology (2018) 92 (5): 896–910.
... discontinuous lignite beds. The mammalian fauna from Zagas Quarry is largely unstudied, but the presence of several fossil mammals—including the multituberculates Ptilodus wyomingensis Jepsen, 1940 and Baiotomeus cf. B . russelli Scott, Fox, and Youzwyshyn 2002 , the hyopsodontid Promioclaenus...
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Published: 05 August 2015
Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences (2015) 52 (8): v–xxxiii.
... by a private individual who encountered it alongside a road. Subsequent investigation revealed that the concretion had been excavated from a nearby gravel pit and abandoned beside the road (D.H. Tanke, pers. comm., 2015). (H) Incomplete, left dentary of the condylarth mammal Promioclaenus thnetus (TMP...
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