A fourth Mesozoic mammal locality is now known from Australia, the Eric the Red West locality. This late Aptian-early Albian site has produced to date a single mandible fragment with a p6, m1 and trigonid of m2. As far as can be determined, it is indistinguishable from Bishops whitmorei Rich et al. (2001) from the early Aptian Flat Rocks locality.
|Title of host publication||Papers on Geology, Vertebrate Paleontology and Biostratigraphy in honour of Michael O. Woodburne|
|Editors||L Barry Albright III|
|Place of Publication||Flagstaff, USA|
|Publisher||Museum of Northern Arizona|
|Pages||677 - 681|
|Number of pages||5|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|