[MM] Krusatodon kirtlingtonensis
DESCRIBER Sigognea-Russel, 2003
TIME Jurassic Middle
FOSSILSITE Clay Band, Kirtlington mammal bed, Forest Marble Formation, England, Britain
Holotype:BMNH J.526, a right lower molar
Molariforms: BMNH J.784 (left), J.804 (right), ?J,333 (left), ?J.456 (left, last pm or milk), ?J.778 (left), ?J.796 (left milk).
Etymology: kirtlingtonensis, provenance of the described material
The lower molars of Krusatodon differ from those of all other docodont genera (? exept Tegotherium, Tatarinov, 1974) by the depth of the lingual and distal furrows of the main sucp, and the posterior crest of the talonid, which bears three cuspules.