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Hainina

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Kingdom  Animalia
Family  Kogaionidae
Rank  Genus
Class  Mammalia
Phylum  Chordata
Order  Multituberculata
Similar  Multituberculata, Cimolodonta, Ptilodontoidea, Barbatodon, Cimolomys

Hainina


Hainina is an extinct mammal genus from the Upper Cretaceous to the Paleocene of Europe. Though small, it outsurvived the final dinosaurs.

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Vana hainina


Genus

The genus Hainina ("from Hainin") was named by Vianey-Liaud M. in 1979. This genus was originally referred to as Cimolomyidae. "We assign Hainina to the Kogaionidae (superfamily incertae sedis); it differs from Kogaionon in having ornamented enamel, while the enamel is smooth in Kogaionon," (Kielan-Jaworowska & Hurum, 2001, p. 409). Material has also been reported from the Upper Cretaceous of Romania.

Species

  • Species: Hainina belgica Vianey-Liaud M., 1979
  • Place: Paleocene of Hainin, Belgium
  • Species: Hainina godfriauxi Vianey-Liaud M., 1979
  • Place: Paleocene of Hainin, Belgium
  • Species: Hainina pyrenaica Peláez-Campomanes P., Damms R., López-Martinen N. & Àlvarez-Sierra M. A., 2000
  • Place: Lower Paleocene of the Tremp Basin, in the southern Pyrenees of Spain.
  • Species: Hainina vianeyae Peláez-Campomanes P., Damms R., López-Martinen N. & Àlvarez-Sierra M. A., 2000
  • Place: Upper Paleocene of Cernay, France
  • References

    Hainina Wikipedia


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