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Multituberculates



Scientific Classification
  Kingdom Animalia
  Phylum Chordata
  Class Mammalia
  Subclass Allotheria
  Order Multituberculata
Multituberculates are a diverse and successful group of mammals evolved during the Jurassic period, about 160 million years ago, and survived until the Oligocene epoch, about 35 million years ago. They lived in Asia, Europe, and North America, as well as, possibly, South America.

About 80 genera of Multituberculates , and they range in size from about the size of a mouse to the size of a beaver. The principal distinguishing feature is their teeth - they had no canines, a single pair of lower incisors, and molar teeth with many cusps ("tubercles") which were arranged in rows.

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Multituberculates were a diverse group of mammals that lived between 160 and 35 million years ago

Multituberculates were a diverse group of mammals that lived between 160 and 35 million years ago


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Postcranial Anatomy and Habits of Asian Multituberculate Mammals
By Zofia Kielan-Jaworowska

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Mammal Phylogeny: Mesozoic Differentiation, Multituberculates, Monotremes, Early Therians, and Marsupials
Springer
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The roots of this book and its sister volume, Mammal Phylogeny: Placentals, go back to discussions and plans, shelved for a while, between F. S. Szalay and W. P. Luckett during the international and multidisciplinary symposium on rodent evolution sponsored by NATO, July 2-6, 1984, in Paris. That conference, orga­ nized by W. P. Luckett and J. -L. Hartenberger, the proceedings of which were published in 1985, proved an inspiring experience to all of the participants, as this was repeatedly expressed both during and after the meetings. In addition to issues relating to rodents, general theoretical topics pertaining to the evolutionary biol­ ogy and systematics of other groups of mammals regularly surfaced during the presentations and discussions. M. J. Novacek, who was also a participant in the rodent symposium, shared with Luckett and Szalay the enthusiasm acquired there, and he also expressed strong interest for a meeting on mammal evolution with a general focus similar to that of the rodent gathering. In 1988, Szalay and Luckett, after having planned in detail a program, direc­ tion, and core list of participants, were awarded a $30,000 grant by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation through the Research Foundation of the City University of New York. The grant was contingent upon obtaining additional funds sufficient to assure that the symposium would be held. Raising the remaining funds proved to be a problem.
Mammal Phylogeny: Mesozoic Differentiation, Multituberculates, Monotremes, Early Therians, and Marsupials
Springer
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THE POSTCRANIAL SKELETON OF NORTH AMERICAN MULTITUBERCULATES.
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PHILOSOPHICAL TRANSACTIONS OF THE ROYAL SOCIETY OF LONDON: B. BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES VOLUME 313, NUMBER 1164: THE CRANIAL VASCULAR SYSTEM IN TAENIOLABIDOID MULTITUBERCULATE MAMMALS.
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ADDITIONAL REMAINS OF THE MULTITUBERCULATE GENUS EUCOSMODON
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HIND LIMB MUSCULATURE AND HABITS OF A PALEOCENE MULTITUBERCULATE
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Multituberculate mammals from the Cretaceous of Uzbekistan, 1992, Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Volume 37, Number 1 : pages 1–17 with 5 figures.
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Warszawa
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The middle ear in multituberculate mammals, 1996, Acta Palaeontologica Polonica, Volume 41, Number 3 : pages 253–275 with 8 figures.
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