Véra Eisenmann

Shungura Formation, Member D

Tuesday 28 April 2015

A lower I1 (Fig.D1) seems to differ from those from the symphysis of Shungura C: more flattened and more grooved.

The distal half of a MT III (Fig.D2) is smaller than that from Shungura B.

The Ph1 from Tuff D (Fig.D3) certainly belongs to another species than that from Shungura B.

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