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meaning: "African tooth"
Named By: E. Gheerbrant in 1988
Time Period: Unavailable
Location: Belgium - Hainin Formation, Germany, France - Cernay Formation, Morocco - Ait Ouarhitane Formation & Jbel Guersif Formation, Spain - Tremp Formation
Size: Detail unavailable
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Many individuals
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Eutheria | Euarchonta | Adapisoriculidae |
Also known as: | Adapisoriculus germanicus |

Afrodon is an extinct genus of eutherians in the family Adapisoriculidae. Its type species is Afrodon chleuhi, known from the late Palaeocene of Morocco. The other known species are Afrodon germanicus from the late Palaeocene of Germany and France, Afrodon tagourtensis from the early Eocene of Morocco, Afrodon ivani from the late Palaeocene of Spain, and Afrodon gheerbranti from the early Paleocene of Belgium.

Read more about Afrodon at Wikipedia
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