Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Huerzeleris Quercyi (Stehlin, 1916)

Adapoid prosimian believed to have lived in the late Eocene and belonging to the notharctid subfamily Cercamoniinae; monotypic; known from a single maxillary fragment containing several cheek teeth. Some workers think that H. quercyi should be included in Archomomys. Estimated body mass 190 g. Dental formula uncertain; dental morphology suggests either insectivory, gummivory, or both.

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