Continental Europe

for example, those of the type Lance Formation, eastern Wyoming (Clemens, 1963b). We find it neither practical nor desirable to list all such occurrences independently, and instead use composite local faunas (admittedly arbitrary in some cases) for such assemblages. Faunal lists are grouped together by age and region; individual sites or local faunas are keyed to corresponding maps by numbers.

Late Triassic through Early Jurassic mammal sites of Western Europe (table 2.1, figure 2.2) fall into two distinct geographic and depositional settings: those in Britain occur in fissure fillings, whereas those of continental Europe generally occur in more conventional settings, such as stratified fluvial, nearshore marine, or deltaic deposits. Stratigraphically, the continental sites are placed in the Keuper Formation (see reviews by Clemens, 1980a;

table 2.1. Late Triassic and Early Jurassic Mammals of Western Europe and Eastern Greenland (see figures 2.2,2.3, 2.8; note that numbers do not correspond between figures and tables). Localities: 1, Halberstadt, Germany; 2, W├╝rttemberg, Germany; 3, Hallau, Switzerland; 4, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, France; 5, Medernach, Luxembourg; 6, Syren, Luxembourg; 7, Attert, Belgium; 8, Hachy (Sagnette), Belgium; 9, Habay-la-Vieille (Gaume), Belgium; 10, Varangeville, France; 11, Holwell, Britain; 12, Emborough, Britain; 13, St. Bride's Island (Ewenny, Pontalum, Duchy, and Pant quarries); 14, Jameson Land, Greenland table 2.1. Late Triassic and Early Jurassic Mammals of Western Europe and Eastern Greenland (see figures 2.2,2.3, 2.8; note that numbers do not correspond between figures and tables). Localities: 1, Halberstadt, Germany; 2, W├╝rttemberg, Germany; 3, Hallau, Switzerland; 4, Saint-Nicolas-de-Port, France; 5, Medernach, Luxembourg; 6, Syren, Luxembourg; 7, Attert, Belgium; 8, Hachy (Sagnette), Belgium; 9, Habay-la-Vieille (Gaume), Belgium; 10, Varangeville, France; 11, Holwell, Britain; 12, Emborough, Britain; 13, St. Bride's Island (Ewenny, Pontalum, Duchy, and Pant quarries); 14, Jameson Land, Greenland

Mammalia incertae sedis (7)

Haramiyida

Hallautherium schalchi (3)

Haramiyaviidae

Sinoconodontidae

Haramiyavia clemmenseni (14)

aff. Sinoconodon sp. (10)

Haramiyidae

Family incertae sedis

Thomasia antiqua (2, 4, 6, 9, 10, 11)

Gen. et sp. indet. (14)

Thomasia cf. antiqua (10)

Morganucodonta

Thomasia hahni (1)

Megazostrodontidae

Thomasia moorei (3, 4, 11)

Brachyzostrodon coupatezi (4)

Thomasia woutersi (7, 9)

Brachyzostrodon maior (4)

Thomasia sp. (2, 11, 13)

Brachyzostrodon sp. 1 (4)

Theroteinidae

Brachyzostrodon sp. 2 (4)

Theroteinus nikolai (4)

cf. Brachyzostrodon sp. (14)

Theroteinus sp. (4)

Morganucodontidae

?Multituberculata incertae sedis

Eozostrodon parvus (11, 13)

Mojo usuratus (9)

Helvetiodon schutzi (3)

Archaic "symmetrodontans"

Morganucodon watsoni (13)

Kuehneotheriidae

Morganucodon peyeri (3)

Kuehneon duchyense (13)

Morganucodon sp. (4, 10)

Kuehneotherium praecursoris (13)

aff. Morganucodon sp. (10)

Kuehneotherium sp. (4, 11, 13, 14)

Gen. et sp. indet. (4, 5, 6, 10)

Kuehneotherium sp. nov. (6)

?Docodonta, fam. incertae sedis

Woutersiidae

Delsatia rhupotopi (4)

Woutersia butleri (4)

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