FIGURE 1. Location of the type locality Frunzovka 2, near Zakharivka (former Frunzovka) village, Odessa region, Ukraine.

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FIGURE 2. Dental terminology used in this paper (after Zazhigin and Lopatin, 2000a). Upper dentition: 1, anterostyle; 2, anteroloph I; 3, anteroloph II; 4, anterocone; 5, anterior arm of the protocone; 6, protocone; 7, protostyle; 8, posterior arm of the protocone; 9, anterior endoloph; 10, mesocone; 11, endosinus; 12, endostyle; 13 , posterior endoloph; 14, hypocone; 15, posterior arm of the hypocone; 16, lingual arm of the posteroloph; 17, the metaconule; 18, labial arm of the posteroloph; 19, posterofossette; 20, metaloph II; 21, metaloph I; 22, metacone; 23, mesofossette; 24, mesoloph; 25, mesostyle; 26, protoloph II; 27, protoloph I; 28, paracone; 29, anterofossette. Lower dentition: 30, anteroconid; 31, labial arm of the anterolophid; 32, lingual arm of the anterolophid; 33, anterolophulid; 34, anterosinusid; 35, anterior arm of the protoconid; 36, metalophid I; 37, protoconid; 38, posterior arm of the protoconid; 39, metalophid II; 40, ectolophid; 41, mesoconid; 42, ectomesolophid; 43, ectostylid; 44, ectosinusid; 45, anterior arm of the hypoconid; 46, hypoconid; 47, posterior arm of the hypoconid; 48, hypoconulid; 49, labial arm of the posterolophid; 50, posterolophid; 51, posterofossettid; 52, entoconid; 53, anterior arm of the entoconid; 54, mesofossettid; 55, mesolophid; 56, mesostylid; 57, endolophid; 58, metastylid crest; 59, metaconid; 60, anterior arm of the metaconid; 61, anterofossettid; 62, cingulid.

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FIGURE 3. Molars of Allactaga fru sp. nov. in occlusal views, Frunzovka 2 locality, southern Ukraine, late Miocene (MN 11). 1, holotype, left M1 (NMNHU-P 41/5549); 2-5, left M1 (NMNHU-P 41/5550-5553). 6-7, left M2 (NMNHU-P 41/5557-5558). 8, right M2 (NMNHU-P 41/5566). 9-10, left m1 (NMNHU-P 41/5567-5568). 11-14, right m1 (NMNHU-P 41/5570-5573). 15-16, left m2 (NMNHU-P 41/5577-5578). 17, right m2 (NMNHU-P 41/5580). 18-20, right m3 (NMNHU-P 41/5584-5586). 21, left P4 (NMNHU-P 41/5548).

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