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3D surface file model of UM PAT 17 (type specimen of Donrussellia magna), which is a well preserved left lower jaw with p4-m3. The teeth (and roots) were manually segmented.

Data citation: Anusha Ramdarshan, Marc Godinot Logo, Samuel Bédécarrats Logo and Rodolphe Tabuce Logo, 2015. M3#17. doi: 10.18563/m3.sf17

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Mandibular corpus, Teeth

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Angular process, Articular condyle, Coronoid process, m1, m2, m3, p4

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Specimen infos

Sex : indet

Age group : Adult

Age (if applicable) : Early Eocene

Material Type : Mandible

Origin : Southern France, Palette

Class : Mammalia

Order : Primates

Family : Notharctidae

Genus : Donrussellia

Species :magna

UM PAT 17 is the holotype specimen of Donrussellia magna. It is a well preserved left lower jaw with p4-m3

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Holotype specimen of Donrussellia magna, an adapiform primate from the early Eocene (MP7) of Southern France
Anusha Ramdarshan, Marc Godinot, Samuel Bédécarrats and Rodolphe Tabuce
Published online: 18/06/2015

Keywords: Adapiformes; Early Eocene; Holotype; Primates; Southern France


    This project presents a µCT dataset and an associated 3D surface model of the holotype of Donrussellia magna (UM PAT 17; Primates, Adapiformes). UM PAT17 is the only known specimen for the species and consists of a well-preserved left lower jaw with p4-m3. It documents one of the oldest European primates, eventually dated near the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum. 

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Published in Vol. 01, Issue 02 (2015)