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Named By: Erik R. Seiffert in 2010
Time Period: 37.2 Ma Late Eocene
Location: Egypt
Size: Uncertain
Diet: Insectivore
Fossil(s): Jaw
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Afrosoricida |

Dilambdogale is an extinct genus of afrosoricid which existed in Fayum, Egypt during the latest Eocene (earliest Priabonian age). It was first named by Erik R. Seiffert in 2010 and the type species is Dilambdogale gheerbranti. Dilambdogale is the oldest known afrosoricid and its closest relative was Widanelfarasia.

Cladogram based on Seiffert (2010):

Read more about Dilambdogale at Wikipedia
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