Proheteromys toledoensis Albright 1996 (rodent)

Mammalia - Rodentia - Heteromyidae

Full reference: L. B. Albright. 1996. Insectivores, rodents, and carnivores of the Toledo Bend Local Fauna: an Arikareean (earliest Miocene) assemblage from the Texas Coastal Plain. Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 16(3):458-473

Belongs to Proheteromys according to L. B. Albright 1996

Sister taxa: Proheteromys bumpi, Proheteromys cejanus, Proheteromys floridanus, Proheteromys gremmelsi, Proheteromys ironcloudi, Proheteromys matthewi, Proheteromys maximus, Proheteromys parvus, Proheteromys sabinensis, Proheteromys sulculus, Proheteromys thorpei

Type specimen: Its type locality is Toledo Bend, which is in an Aquitanian coarse channel fill conglomerate in the Fleming Formation of Texas

Ecology: ground dwelling granivore-browser

Distribution: found only at Toledo Bend

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