Genus: Langstonia PAOLILLO & LINARES, 2007
Etymology: In honor of Wann Langston, the original researcher on the type material.

Species: huilensis (LANGSTON, 1965) PAOLILLO & LINARES, 2007
= Sebecus huilensis LANGSTON, 1965
Etymology:

Holotype: UCMP 37877

Locality: UC locality V-4517, Huila, 4.1 km NE of Villavieja, a few meters north of the Villavieja-San Alfonso trial, 675 m NE of house called La Venta, Colombia, South America.

Horizon: Monkey locality, "Monkey" unit.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Miocene Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material: Anterior part of a right dentary with 5 broken teeth.

Langstonia huilensis (after Molnar, 2010).

Referred material:

 

BUSBEY III 1986

Locality: Central Colombia, South America.

Horizon: Friasian.

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Miocene Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material:

TMM 41658-8: An anterior left partial premaxilla, a posterior left premaxillary (?) fragment, a left mid-maxillary fragment, a splenial fragment, a left partial jugal, the left posterior quarter of the
suspensorium, comprised of portions of the quadratojugal, quadrate, opisthotic, and squamosal, left and right partial retroarticular process, and a fragment of osteodermal scute.

 

SALAS-GISMONDI, ANTOINE, BABY, BRUSSETT, BENAMMI, ESPURT, FRANCESCHI, PUJOS, TEJADA & URBINA, 2007

Locality: Inuya-Mapuya, Fitzarrald Arch, Amazonian Peru.

Horizon:

Biostratigraphy:

Age: Late Miocene Epoch, Lower Neogene Period, Upper Tertiary Subera, Middle Cenozoic Era.

Material:

MUSUM 912: Tooth.

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