| Zalambdalestidae, Kennalestes, Theria, Leptictida, Maelestes|
Asioryctitheria ("asian digging beasts") is an extinct order of early eutherians.
With the exception of Prokennalestes, these advanced forms lacked a Meckelian groove. Furthermore, they were equipped with double-rooted canines, a lower premolar with a reduced or absent metaconid and a more elongated lower premolar than their predecessors. In addition, the entoconid and hypoconulid on the lower molars are untwinned, the entotympanic is non-existent, the alisphenoid is enlarged, a Vidian foramen is present as well as a promontorium linked to the paroccipital process via the crista interfenestralis.
Asioryctitheria contains at least four genera and two families.Sasayamamylos kawaii Kusuhashi et al. 2013
Kennalestidae Kielan-Jaworowska 1981
Kennalestes gobiensis Kielan-Jaworowska 1981
Asioryctidae Szalay 1977
Asioryctes nemegetensis Kielan-Jaworowska 1975
Ukhaatherium nesovi Novacek et al. 1997