Characterized by an opalized fragment of teeth (a premolar and two molars) discovered with Lightning Ridge, News-Wales of the South by two amateurs: the Galman brothers. Studied in 1995 per T.F. Flannery, Michael Archer, H.T. Rich and R. Jones. The fossils are in Australian Museum, Sydney
- Time: Cretaceous lower, average Albien (100-104 million years)
- the molars makes 5.5 mm length and 4 to 6 mm broad. One estimates from that the length of the animal at one meter, which is relatively large for a mammal of the Mesozoic . The shape of its teeth makes it possible to think that it nourished shellfish. A broad channel on the mandible suggests the presence of a nozzle.
the fragment of teeth found with Lightning Ridge
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