Haplolambda

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Haplolambda
Temporal range: Paleocene
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Haplolambda

Patterson, 1939
Type species
Haplolambda quinni
Patterson, 1939
Species
  • H. quinni
  • H. simpsoni

Haplolambda is an extinct genus of pantodont mammals in the family Barylambdidae from the Paleocene of North America, containing two species: H. quinni known from Colorado and H. simpsoni from Utah.[1]


References[edit]

  1. ^ Secord, Ross (2008). The Tiffanian land-mammal age (middle and late Paleocene) in the northern Bighorn Basin, Wyoming. Papers on Paleontology. Museum of Paleontology, University of Michigan. ISSN 0148-3838.