|This picture is from last week, when I revisited the Lares limestone site where i found the rodent incisor.|
|Lateral (left) and anterior (right) views of the San Sebastian caviomorph incisor. Here the fossil was still partially surrounded by rock and had not been sectioned to study the enamel microstructure.|
|Figure 2 from our paper. Here we show the cross section outline and the enamel microstructure of the San Sebastian caviomorph (left column) and Lares caviomorph (right column).|
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