Bishops is an extinct genus of mammals from Early Cretaceous of Australia. The only recorded species, Bishops whitmorei, was found on Flat Rocks, Victoria. The genus was named in honour of the Dr Barry Bishop, the former Chairman of the Committee for Research and Exploration, National Geographic Society.
Temporal range: Early Cretaceous
Rich et al, 2001
- Rich, T. H.; Flannery, T. F.; Trusler, P.; Kool, L.; van Klaveren, N. A. & Vickers-Rich, P. 2001. "A second tribosphenic mammal from the Mesozoic of Australia." Records of the Queen Victoria Museum 110: 1-9.
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