Frailey & Campbell 2004
Eopululo is the oldest known genus of New World porcupines (Erethizontidae). It is known only from the possibly late Late Eocene to Early Oligocene (Divisaderan to Deseadan in the SALMA classification) of the Yahuarango Formation at the Santa Rosa local fauna site of Ucayali Department, eastern Peru. There is only one species in the genus, Eopululo wigmorei. It was described in 2004, and it is a member of one of the oldest rodent faunas known from South America.
- Eopululo at Fossilworks.org
- Frailey, C.D., and Campbell, K.E. 2004. Paleogene Rodents from Amazonian Peru: The Santa Rosa Local Fauna. In The Paleogene Mammalian Fauna of Santa Rosa, Amazonian Peru. Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Science Series, 40: 71-130.
- "The Paleogene Mammalian Fauna of Santa Rosa, Amazonian Peru" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2015-12-20. Retrieved 2011-07-29. Cite uses deprecated parameter
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