The purpose of this paper is to briefly describe two unknown molars of Anancus arvernensis (CROIZET ET JOBERT, 1828). One specimen was trawled from the Oosterschelde and the other was found in a clay pit near the village of Maalbeek, near Tegelen, The Netherlands. Also, an overview of the known molars of A. arvernensis and Mammut borsoni (HAYS, 1834) found in the Netherlands is given.

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