Full reference: C. S. Scott. 2010. Eudaemonema webbi sp. nov. (Mammalia, Mixodectidae) from the late Paleocene of western Canada: the youngest known mixodectid. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 47(12):1451-1462
Type specimen: UALVP 46418, a mandible (incomplete left dentary with p2 talonid, p3-p4, m1-m2, and m3 trigonid). Its type locality is Gao Mine, which is in a Tiffanian terrestrial siltstone in the Paskapoo Formation of Canada.
Ecology: ground dwelling insectivore
Average measurements (in mm): M1 4.05 x 4.90, M2 4.30 x 5.30, M3 4.03 x 5.60, p3 2.60 x 1.70, p4 3.50 x 2.40, m1 4.20 x 3.05, m2 4.58 x 3.25, m3 5.20 x 2.60