Oligocene Ruminant (Leptomeryx) Jaw Section

 
This is a jaw section containing 2 complete teeth from the Oligocene ruminant Leptomeryx evansi. They were small hornless mammals related to modern antelopes. It comes from the Brule Formation in Nebraska making it around 30-34 million years old.
DETAILS
SPECIES
Leptomeryx evansi
LOCATION
Custer County, South Dakota
FORMATION
Brule Formation, Orella Member
SIZE
.76" long jaw section
CATEGORY
ITEM
#60979
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