Alternative combinations: Dinocyon (Borophagus) gidleyi, Dinocyon gidleyi, Pliocyon gidleyi
Synonyms: Hadrocyon mohavensis Stock and Furlong 1926, Ischyrocyon hyaenodus Matthew and Gidley 1904, Ischyrocyon mohavensis Stock and Furlong 1926, Pliocyon walkerae Johnston and Christian 1941
Sister taxa: none
- Ischyrocyon gidleyi: AMNH 10671, a partial skeleton (skull and partial skeleton). Its type locality is Skillet Creek, which is in a Miocene terrestrial horizon in Texas.
- Hadrocyon mohavensis: Its type locality is Iron Canyon (Lower), which is in a Clarendonian terrestrial horizon in the Dove Spring Formation of California.
- Ischyrocyon hyaenodus: AMNH 10802, a mandible (juvenile mandible with nearly complete dentition).
- Pliocyon walkerae: Panhandle Plains Historical Society Museum no. 2155, a skull (skull and lower jaws). Its type locality is Adam Risley Ranch, which is in a Miocene fluvial sandstone in Texas.
Ecology: ground dwelling carnivore
Total: 15 collections each including a single occurrence
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