From Schultz and Falkenbach (1956), "Thorpe, 1937, pp. 46 and 312, reported the number of the holotype as "A.N.S.P.10680," from "the Niobrara River, Sioux County, Nebraska." This number, however,representsa fragment of a camel."
Alternative combinations: Merycoidodon affinis, Miniochoerus (Paraminiochoerus) affinis, Oreodon affinis
Synonyms: Merycoidodon platycephalus Thorpe 1921, Miniochoerus battlecreekensis Schultz and Falkenbach 1956, Oreodon coloradoensis Matthew 1909, Platyochoerus platycephalus Thorpe 1921, Stenopsochoerus sternbergi Schultz and Falkenbach 1956
- Miniochoerus affinis: ANSP 10679, a partial skull (Anterior portion of skull with C/-P3 rt. and P4-M3).
- Merycoidodon platycephalus: YPM 12752, a partial skeleton (Skull with C/-P3 rt. and P4-M3 (M1-M3 br.), fragments of rami, partial radius, and vertebrae).
- Miniochoerus battlecreekensis: F:AM 45001, a skull (Skull with I1-I2 br. and I3-M3 and mandible with i2-m3).
- Oreodon coloradoensis:
- Stenopsochoerus sternbergi: F:AM 4980, a skull (Skull with I1-M3 (I2-I3 alv.) and mandible with i1(rt.)-m3). Its type locality is Old Woman Creek, which is in an Orellan terrestrial horizon in Wyoming.
Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore
• Eocene to Oligocene of United States (1: Wyoming)
Total: 37 collections each including a single occurrence
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