FIGURE 1. Known carnivoran localities in western Kenya and eastern Uganda.

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FIGURE 2. Kichechia savagei sp. nov. 2.1-3: (top to bottom) lingual, buccal and occlusal views of right mandibular fragment with p2-m1, KNM-MO24 (holotype); 2.4-6: (top to bottom) lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of right mandibular fragment with m1-2, KNM-MO17118; 2.7-9: (top to bottom) lingual, buccal and occlusal views of right m1, KNM-MO18100B; 2.10-12: (top to bottom) lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of left mandibular fragment with p3-4, KNM-MO18100A; 2.13-15: (top to bottom) lingual, buccal and occlusal views of right mandibular fragment with m2 and broken m1, KNM-WK18084.

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FIGURE 3.1. Scatter plot showing the lengths and widths (logarithmic scale, in mm) of the p4 and m1 of Kichechia savagei sp. nov. and Ki. zamanae. 3.2. Occlusal views of referred teeth in graph.

 

 

 

FIGURE 4. Phylogenetic tree using majority rule (50 %) consensus tree of 11 minimum length trees: Length = 37; Consistency Index (CI) = 0.59; Retention Index (RI) = 0.53. Nodes are indicated in red.

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FIGURE 5.1. Cynelos macrodon. Occlusal view of left M1, NHMUK M19086 (Holotype) redrawn after Savage (1965: figure 55). 5.2-4: Mesial (left), mesiolingual (top right), and occlusal (bottom right) views of left M1, KNM-WK17074. 5.5-7: Lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of left p4, KNM-WK16984. 5.8-10: Lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of left P4, KNM-WK18196.

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FIGURE 6.1-3. Indeterminate musteloid. (Top to bottom): lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of left maxillary fragment with P3-4, KNM-WK18099.

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FIGURE 7.1-3. Katifelis nightingalei gen. et sp. nov. (Top to bottom): lingual, buccal, and occlusal views of left maxillary fragment, KNM-WK17133.

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