Prothyracodon uintense Peterson 1919 (odd-toed ungulate)

Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Hyracodontidae

Full reference: O. A. Peterson. 1919. Report Upon the Material Discovered in the Upper Eocene of the Uinta Basin by Earl Douglas in the Years 1908-1909, and by O. A. Peterson in 1912. Annals of Carnegie Museum 12(2):40-168

Belongs to Prothyracodon according to O. A. Peterson 1919

Sister taxa: Prohyracodon meridionale, Prohyracodon obrutschewi, Prohyracodon orientale, Prohyracodon parvum

Type specimen: C. M. No. 3007a, a skull (skull and lower jaws of a young individual). Its type locality is Myton Pocket, which is in an Uintan terrestrial horizon in the Uinta Formation of Utah.

Ecology: ground dwelling browser

Distribution: there are no occurrences of Prothyracodon uintense in the database

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