FIGURE 1. Position of the locality studied within Hungary.

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FIGURE 2. Section exposed at the Wind Brickyard in Eger, Hungary. See text for comments.

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FIGURE 3. Armadillidium sp. from the upper Oligocene of Eger, Hungary (MM 2015.513.1). 1. Lateral (right) view. 2. Dorsal view. 3. Lateral (left) view. 4. Anterior view; note the missing cephalon. 5. Postero-dorsal view. 6. Posterior view. Roman numerals indicate pereonites; Arabic numerals refer to pleonites.

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FIGURE 4. Armadillidium sp. from the upper Oligocene of Eger, Hungary (MM 2015.513.1), interpretative line drawings. 1. Posterior view. 2. Lateral (right) view. 3. Anterior view. Roman numerals indicate pereonites; Arabic numerals refer to pleonites.

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FIGURE 5. Fossil oniscidean isopods preserved in natural posture. 1. Armadillidium sp., upper Oligocene of Hungary (MM 2015.513.1). 2-4. Eubelum rusingaense Morris, 1979, lower Miocene of Kenya, deposited in the collections of the Natural History Museum, London. 2. BMNH In. 61035. 3. BMNH In. 61036. 4. BMNH In. 61037 (fully enrolled specimen).

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