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Ctenomys uquiensis Verzi et al. 2010

PaleoDB taxon number: 393899

Full reference: D. H. Verzi, A. I. Olivares, and C. C. Morgan. 2010. The oldest South American tuco-tuco (late Pliocene, northwestern Argentina) and the boundaries of the genus Ctenomys (Rodentia, Ctenomyidae). Mammalian Biology 75(3):243-252

Belongs to Ctenomys according to D. H. Verzi et al. 2010

Sister taxa: Ctenomys bonariensis, Ctenomys chapalmalensis, Ctenomys connoveri, Ctenomys cotocaensis, Ctenomys formosus, Ctenomys kraglievichi, Ctenomys magellanicus, Ctenomys praderii, Ctenomys priscus, Ctenomys subassentiens, Ctenomys thomasi, Paractenomys chapadmalensis

Type specimen: MLP 96-II-29-1, a mandible. Its type locality is Esquina Blanca - Lower Unit, which is in a Chapadmalalan terrestrial sandstone in the Uquía Formation of Argentina.