bunodont


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bunodont

[¦byü·nə‚dänt]
(anatomy)
Having tubercles or rounded cusps on the molar teeth, as in humans.
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The lower molars, especially the m1, are close to the material from Napak I, in particular NHM M 19085 (paratype of the species), which shares the strong development of the metaconid, the barely distinguishable entoconid that is essentially a peripheral cristid, and the overall bunodont aspect of the tooth.
4 (entelodondds): Ms bunodont, quadrate, with tritubercular distal lobes, uninterrupted TVs, but paraconules unreduced (OW origin).
Dorcabune is a large extinct tragulid of the Siwaliks and close to anthracotherioides having bunodont molars.
Chaetodipus was identified by the presence of bunodont, bicolumnar molars and was the smallest mammal in the sample.