This earlier tracing and nesting
saw improvement with a higher resolution image.
Henkelotherium guimarotae (Krebs 1991; Late Jurassic 150 mya; Figs. 1-3) was traditionally considered a pantothere or eupantothere. Here Henkelotherium nests with rabbits as a Late Jurassic member of the clade Glires. Like its sisters, the manus was small and the pes had long digits with sharp claws. The lumbar region was long and flexible. A tiny taxon, the image below (Fig. 2) is about twice natural size.
“Eupantotheres are derived compared to symmetrodonts in having wider upper than lower teeth (although they still lack the protocone of tribosphenic forms.” The large reptile tree does not recover this clade. Rather the clade Lagomorpha should be extended to include the taxa found here (Fig. 3).
Krebs B 1991. Skelett von Henkelotherium guimarotae gen. et sp. nov. (Eupantotheria, Mammalia) aus dem Oberen Jura von Portugal. Berl Geowiss Abh A.: 133:1–110.