Prodamaliscus Schlosser 1904 (antelope)

Mammalia - Ungulata - Bovidae

Full reference: M. Schlosser. 1904. Die fossilen Cavicornier von Samos. Beiträge zur Paläontologie und Geologie Österreich-Ungarns und des Orients 17:21-118

Parent taxon: Bovidae according to M. Schlosser 1904

See also Carroll 1988

Sister taxa: Antilopina, Antilopinae, Antilospira, Bibos, Bootherium, Bovinae, Brabovus, Bucapra, Cambayella, Camelopardalina, Capra depressa, Capra reversa, Caprina, Caprinae, Criotherium, Deperetia, Dorcadoryx, Dorcadoxa, Dytikodorcas, Eosyncerus, Euceratherium, Gallogoral, Gazella, Gazellospira, Gentrytragus, Gobiocerus, Grevenobos, Hanhaicerus, Helicoportax, Helicotragus, Hemibos, Hemistrepsiceros, Hesperidoceras, Hezhengia, Hippotraginae, Hypsodontinae, Kabulicornis, Kobikeryx, Kubanotragus, Leptobos, Leptotragus, Liops, Lyrocerus, Majoreas, Megalovis, Mesembriacerus, Mesembriportax, Microtragus, Miotragocerus, Moschiola, Namacerus, Neotragocerus, Nisidorcas, Oiocerini, Olonbulukia, Oreonager, Orygotherium, Pachygazella, Pachyportax, Pachytragus, Palaeoreas, Palaeoryx, Paraprotoryx, Paratragocerus, Parurmiatherium, Peleinae, Perimia, Platybos, Pliotragus, Proamphibos, Procamptoceras, Procobus, Proleptobos, Prosinotragus, Prostrepsiceros, Protoryx, Protragelaphus, Protragocerus, Pseudobos, Pseudoeotragus, Pseudotragus, Pultiphagonides, Qurliqnoria, Rhynchotragus, Rhynotragus, Ruticeros, Samokeros, Selenoportax, Shensispira, Sinoreas, Sinoryx, Sinotragus, Sivacapra, Sivaceros, Sivaportax, Sivatragus, Sivoryx, Skoufotragus, Spirocerus, Sporadotragus, Strepsiportax, Strogulognathus, Tchaltacerus, Tethytragus, Toribos, Torticornis, Tossunnoria, Tragelaphinae, Tragocerus, Tragoportax, Tragoreas, Tragospira, Tsaidamotherium, Turritragus, Urmiatheriinae, Wellsiana

Subtaxa: Prodamaliscus gracilidens

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Type: Prodamaliscus gracilidens

Ecology: ground dwelling grazer-browser

Distribution: found only at Fossil collection from Samos Island in the BSPG (Miocene of Greece)

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