[MM] Ichthyoconodon jaworowskorum
DESCRIBER Sigogneau-Russell, 1995
TIME Cretaceous Early
FAMILY Incertae Sedis
FOSSILSITE Séquence B des Couches Rouges, Synclinal d\'Anoual, Talsinnt Province, Morocco
Known by two molariforum teeth that are of sufficiently strange design that the author considered and figured several alternative taxonomic allocations, including Chondrichthyes and Pterosauria.
Molars with verry high, narrow, and trenchant crowns, with cusps b,a and c subequal. Differs from all eutriconodontans, and especially the Tricodontidae, which also have subequal cusps, by their extreme trenchantness and deep separation, as well as by the absence of intermeshing between adjacent molars, possibly replaced by an overlap; differs also by cusp c being slightly dominant, Cingulid faintly developed.