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Teilhardina belgica (Teilhard de Chardin, 1927)

IRSNB M 0064; Eocene; Dormaal; Belgium

IRSNB M 0064

IG: 8793      Reg.: -

Age: Ypresian, Eocene
Locality: Dormaal, Flemish Brabant, Belgium
Description: L lower jaw (P1 lateral)


Publication:
- Teilhard de Chardin P., 1927. Les mammifères de l'Eocène inférieur de la Belgique. Mémoire du Museum Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique. T. 36, pp. 1-33 (pp. 16, Fig. 12 et Pl. IV, Fig. 1, 1a)

- Simpson G.G., 1940. Studies on the earliest primates. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History. T. 77(4), pp. 185-212 (pp. 190)
- Hürzeler J., 1948. Zur Stammesgeschichte der necrolemuriden. Schweiz. Palaeontol. Abh. T. 66, pp. 1-46 (pp. 39, 40, Fig. 35e, 36c, 39, 40, 41)
-Szalay S., 1976. Systematics of the Omomyidae (Tersiiformes, Primates) taxonomy, phylogeny, and adaptations. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, T. 156(3), pp. 157-450 (pp. 174, Fig.1; pp. 175, Fig. 2; pp. 178, Fig. 3; pp. 179, Fig. 4).
- Gingerich P. D., 1977. Dental Variation in Early Eocene Teilhardina belgica, with Notes on the Anterior Dentition of Some Early Tarsiiformes. Folia Primatologica, T. 28, pp. 144-153 (pp. 147, Fig. 2)

- Missiaen et al., 2013. The earliest Eocene mammal fauna of the Erquelinnes Sand Member near the French-Belgian border. Geologica Belgica, T.16/4, pp. 262-273 (pp. 266, not figured)
- Morse et al. 2019. New fossils, systematics, and biogeography of the oldest known crown primate Teilhardina from the earliest Eocene of Asia, Europe, and North America. Journal of Human Evolution, 29 pages (pp. 18, Tab 6, Fig. 12 (3G); pp. 22, Fig. 14A).

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