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Classification: Chordata, Mammalia, Haramiyida, Haramiyaviidae.
Species: H. clemmenseni (type).
Size: Reconstructed skull length about 4 centimetres long, total body length unknown.
Known locations: Greenland - Fleming Fjord Formation.
Time period: Norian/Rhaetian of the Triassic.
Fossil representation: Partial mandible (lower jaw) and upper jaw fragments.
A type of proto mammal, Haramiyavia is currently the best known genus of the Haramiyida. Even so, Haramiyavia is still only known from partial jaw remains.
- Haramiyids and Triassic mammalian evolution. - Nature 385:715-718. - F. A. Jenkins, S. M. Gatesy, N. H. Shubin & W. W. Amaral - 1997.
- Mandibular and dental characteristics of Late Triassic mammaliaform Haramiyavia and their ramifications for basal mammal evolution. - PNAS. 112: E7101-9. - Zhe-Xi Luo, Stephen M. Gatesy, Farish A. Jenkins Jr., William W. Amaral & Neil H. Shubin - 2015.