Diacodexis morrisi Hooker 2010 (even-toed ungulate)

Mammalia - Ungulata - Diacodexeidae

Full reference: J. J. Hooker. 2010. The mammal fauna of the early Eocene Blackheath Formation of Abbey Wood, London. Monograph of the Palaeontographical Society 165:1-162

Belongs to Diacodexis according to J. J. Hooker 2010

Sister taxa: Diacodexis antunesi, Diacodexis corsaensis, Diacodexis gazini, Diacodexis gigasei, Diacodexis gracilis, Diacodexis ilicis, Diacodexis kelleyi, Diacodexis metsiacus, Diacodexis minutus, Diacodexis parvus, Diacodexis primus, Diacodexis secans, Diacodexis varleti, Gujaratia pakistanensis, Gujaratia indica

Type specimen: NHMUK M83071, a tooth. Its type locality is Abbey Wood, which is in a Ypresian marine sandstone in the Blackheath Beds Formation of the United Kingdom.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution: found only at Abbey Wood

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