|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Anthracobunidae
It was assigned to Moeritherioidea by Carroll (1988); to Proboscidea by McKenna and Bell (1997); to Anthracobunia by Ginsburg et al. (1999); to Tethytheria by Gheerbrandt et al. (2005) and Rose et al. (2006); and to Perissodactyla by Rose et al. (2014) and Cooper et al. (2014).
|Year||Name and author|
|1983||Anthracobunidae Wells and Gingerich p. 118|
|1997||Anthracobunidae McKenna and Bell p. 498|
|1999||Anthracobunidae Ginsburg et al.|
|2005||Anthracobunidae Gheerbrandt et al. p. 297|
|2006||Anthracobunidae Rose et al. p. 220|
|2014||Anthracobunidae Cooper et al. p. 3 fig. 3|
|2014||Anthracobunidae Rose et al.|
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|L. N. Cooper et al. 2014||Stem perissodactyls with premolars increasing in
complexity from anterior to posterior, but never molariform; molars brachyodont, but with high cusps and low valleys between cusps; upper molars increasing in size from M1 to M3; lower molars with a distinct trigonid elevated above the talonid; large caudally-projecting angular process of the mandible.