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FIGURE 1. Stratigraphic column of the Clarno Formation with known fossil localities’ stratigraphic positions indicated. Figure provided by the U.S. National Park Service.

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FIGURE 2. Harpagolestes cf. uintensis (UOMNH F-36924). 1, lingual view of full specimen; 2, occlusal view of full specimen; 3, lingual view of p3-p4; 4, lingual view of m1-m2; 5, occlusal view of p3-p4; 6, occlusal view of m1-m2. Anterior is facing toward the right. Scale bars equal 10 mm. 

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FIGURE 3. CT image of Harpagolestes cf. uintensis (UOMNH F-36924). 1, buccal view; 2, lingual view; 3, occlusal view. Anterior is facing towards the left in 1. Anterior is facing towards the right in 2-3. Scale bar equals 10 mm.

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FIGURE 4. Three-dimensional reconstruction of Harpagolestes cf. uintensis (UOMNH F-36924) crowns and roots. 1, buccal view; 2, lingual view; 3, occlusal view. Anterior is facing towards the left in 1. Anterior is facing towards the right in 2-3. Colors indicate tooth position. Scale bar equals 10 mm.

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FIGURE 5. Map of global Harpagolestes occurrences. Occurrence data were obtained from Shikama (1943), Kay (1957), Szalay and Gould (1966), Chow et al. (1973), Gazin (1976), Golz and Lillegraven (1977), Zheng and Chi (1978), Storer (1984), Gustafson (1986), Tomida and Lee (2004), Jin (2005, 2012).

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