Genus: Paludirex RISTEVSKI, YAKES, PRICE, MOLNAR, WEISBECKER & SALISBURY, 2020
Etymology: Latin, paludis, "swamp", and Latin, rex, "king." This roughly preserves the original meaning of Pallimnarchus which is a Greek contraction with the meaning 'ruler of all the swamps.'

Species: vincenti RISTEVSKI, YAKES, PRICE, MOLNAR, WEISBECKER & SALISBURY, 2020
Etymology: In honor of the late Mr. Geoff Vincent, discoverer of the holotype specimen.

Holotype: CMC2019-010 + QMF59017

Locality: A property adjacent to the Chinchilla Riffle Range, Darling Downs, south-eastern Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon: Chinchilla Sand Deposits.

Biostratigraphy: Chinchilla Local Fauna.

Age: Pliocene Epoch, Late Neogene Period, Lower Quaternary Subera, Upper Cenozoic Era.

Material: Partial skull.

Referred material:

Locality: Along Condamine River near Warra, Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Unknown, Upper Cenozoic Era.

Material:

QMF11626: Left premaxilla and patial maxilla.

 

= Paludirex cf. P. vincenti

Locality: Pioneer Valley area, Mackay Region, Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon: Unknown.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Unknown, Upper Cenozoic Era.

Material:

PVM 89-1072: Partial skull.

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Species:gracils (WILLIS & MOLNAR, 1997) RISTEVSKI, YAKES, PRICE, MOLNAR, WEISBECKER & SALISBURY, 2020
= Pallimnarchus gracilis WILLIS & MOLNAR, 1997
Etymology: Latin, gracilis, "slender."

Holotype: QMF17065

Locality: Terrace Stie, Riversleigh, Queensland State, Australia.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late PleistoceneEpoch, Late Neogene Period, Upper Quaternary Subera, Upper Cenozoic Era.

Material: Right premaxilla.

Referred material:

QMF17066: Anterior fragment of a left dentary.