Kolopsis yperus

Kolopsis yperus was a mid-sized diprotodontid (subfamily Zygomaturinae). It is known only from the late Miocene fossil beds of Alcoota in the Northern Territory of Australia, where it appears in both the Ongeva Local Fauna and the Alcoota Local Fauna.

The scan below has been taken from a cast of the holotype.

Specimen number: NTM P9348
Skeletal element: Upper 3rd premolar and 1st molar
Significance of specimen:
Cast of the holotype
Geological age: Miocene
Locality/site: Ongeva, Alcoota Station
State/territory: Northern Territory

A nearly complete skeleton of Kolopsis torus mounted on a perspex background silhouette in a sandy, arid backdrop.
Kolopsis torus by Mark Marathon - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=114524182

Wells, R., Murray, P., & Megirian, D. (1993). Kolopsis yperus sp. nov.(Zygomaturinae, Marsupialia) from the Ongeva Local Fauna: new evidence for the age of the Alcoota fossil beds of central Australia. Beagle: Records of the Museums and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory, The10, 155-171.