Although generally grison-like, Trigonictis has a P4 unique among the mustelids, being triangular in shape with a cingulum forming a shelf from the protocone to the back of the tooth; the lower m1 has a basined talonid (Kurtén and Anderson 1980).
Late Blancan: 111 Ranch (Morgan and White 2005).
Morgan and White 2005.
Late Blancan: 111 Ranch (Morgan and White 2005); Anza-Borrego (Murray 2008).
Kurtén and Anderson 1980; Morgan and White 2005; Murray 2008.
Last Update: 29 Jul 2014