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THE OLDEST RECORD OF CHASICOTATUS AMEGHINOI SCILLATO-YANÉ, 1977 (XENARTHRA, DASYPODIDAE) IN THE MIDDLE TORTONIAN OF QUEBRADA DE AMAICHA (TUCUMÁN, ARGENTINA): BIOSTRATIGRAPHIC CONSIDERATIONS. The aim of this work is to present the oldest record of the genus Chasicotatus in northwest Argentina and the first record of a mammal, in fluvio-lakeside sediments of San José Formation (upper Miocene-middle Tortonian). It corresponds to a fragment of the dorsal carapace with articulated movable and fixeddoi:10.4072/rbp.2017.1.09 fatcat:6xzuxjnd55b6xeo4wwct42mryy