Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Navajovius Matthew And Granger, 1921

Archaic mammal of the late Paleocene and early Eocene of the Rocky Mountain region of North America belonging to the plesiadapiform family Microsyopidae; consists of one or two species depending on author; taxonomy equivocal, this genus has even been assigned to Eocene primate families. Dental formula: or; enlarged central incisors. Estimated body mass around 30 g. Small body size and dentition suggests insectivory.

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