Data from: Tooth microwear and occlusal modes of euharamiyidans from the Jurassic Yanliao Biota reveal mosaic tooth evolution in Mesozoic allotherian mammals

Fangyuan Mao & Jin Meng
‘Haramiyidans’ are extinct mammaliaforms often clustered with Multituberculata as Allotheria, and with a fossil record extending from the Upper Triassic to possibly the Upper Cretaceous. For many decades, ‘haramiyidans’ were known only from isolated teeth, and their relationships to other mammaliaforms remain unclear. With the discovery of several euharamiyidans represented by skeletal specimens from the Jurassic Yanliao Biota, north‐western China, our knowledge of this group has significantly advanced. Nonetheless, much morphology, including dentition and occlusal...
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