Updated March 09, 2018 when I realized I had not updated the nesting of this taxon with the golden mole, Notoryctes.
Bi et al. 2016
reported on “Anebodon luoi (STM 38-4, Tianyu Museum of Nature, Shandong Province, China, Fig. 1) a new genus and species of zhangheotheriid symmetrodont mammal from the Lujiatun site of the Lower Cretaceous Yixian Formation, China. The fossil is represented by an associated partial skull and dentaries with a nearly complete dentition.”
Bi et al. noted
Anebodon lacked the high molar count typical of derived symmetrodonts. Their diagnosis focused on dental differences compared to Maotherium and Kiyatherium.
Symmetrodonta is considered paraphyletic at Wikipedia. The clade is based on teeth characterized by the triangular aspect of the molars when viewed from above and the absence of a well-developed talonid. Perhaps such teeth were common to basal placentals.
Bi S-D, heng X-T, Meng J, Wang X-L, Robinson N and Davis B 2016. A new symmetrodont mammal (Trechnotheria: Zhangheotheriidae) from the Early Cretaceous of China and trechnotherian character evolution. Nature Scientific Reports 6:26668 DOI: 10.1038/srep26668