Genus: Kermackodon BUTLER & HOOKER, 2005
Etymology: In honor of the late Professor Kenneth A. Kermack, in recognition of his important contributions to knowledge of Mesozoic mammals, and Greek, odon, 'tooth'.

Species: multicuspis BULTER & HOOKER, 2005
Etymology: Latin, multus, "many" and Latin, cuspis, "sharp point."

Holotype: BMNH M46822

Locality: Clay bands of the “Kirtlington mammal bed’, Kirtlington Old Quarry (Old Cement Works Quarry), grid reference SP 494 199, Oxfordshire County, England, Southern United Kingdom.

Horizon: Forest Marble.


Age: Bathonian Stage, Middle Dogger Epoch, Middle Jurassic.

Material: A left upper molar (M2).

Refered material:

BMNH M46684: A left lower last premolar (p4).

BMNH 46640: An incomplete right premolar, not the last (P3 or P4).

Note: From bed 3w (i).