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Microlestes
Microlestes Mi`cro*les"tes, n. [NL., from Gr. mikro`s small + ? a robber.] (Paleon.) An extinct genus of small Triassic mammals, the oldest yet found in European strata.

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- following species: Microlestes abeillei (Brisout, 1885) Microlestes abellei Brisout Da Barneville, 1885 Microlestes aditi Mateu, 1979 Microlestes aenigmaticus...
- Microlestes aenigmaticus is a species of ground beetle in the family Carabidae. These two subspecies belong to the species Microlestes aenigmaticus: Microlestes...
- Microlestes curtipennis is a species of ground beetle in the family Carabidae. It is found in North America. "Microlestes curtipennis Report". Integrated...
- in: Tri****ic Sables and Grès de Mortinsart Formations, Gaume, Belgium Microlestes Quarry, Frome, England Exter and Trossingen Formations, Germany Auf dem...
- Simpson, 1928] †Eoraetica †Hypsiprymnopsis rhaeticus Dawkins, 1864 [Microlestes rhaeticus Dawkins, 1864] †Avashishta bacharamensis Anantharaman et al...
- Ocean Pietsc****us aenigmaticus, an extinct genus of enigmatic bony fish Microlestes aenigmaticus, a species of ground beetle This disambiguation page lists...
- Vertebrate Paleontology. 8 (3): 241–264. doi:10.1080/02724634.1988.10011708. "Microlestes rhaeticus Dawkins 1864 (mammal)". Paleobiology Database. Retrieved January...
- (Flynn & Galiano, 1982) Genus: †Bryanictis (MacIntyre, 1966) †Bryanictis microlestes (Simpson, 1935) †Bryanictis paulus (Meehan & Wilson, 2002) Genus: †Didymictis...
- named by MacIntyre in 1966. Species of Bryanictis include Bryanictis microlestes and Bryanictis paulus. Flynn, J.J., 1998. Early Cenozoic Carnivora ("Miacoidea")...
- (2017). "Late Tri****ic terrestrial microvertebrates from Charles Moore's "Microlestes" quarry, Holwell, Somerset, UK". Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society...
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