Pseudoceras skinneri Frick 1937 (ruminant)

Mammalia - Ungulata - Gelocidae

Synonyms: Pseudoceras potteri Frick 1937, Pseudoceras wilsoni Frick 1937

Full reference: C. Frick. 1937. Horned ruminants of North America. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 69:1-669

Belongs to Pseudoceras according to S. R. May 2019

See also Frick 1937, Vislobokova 2001, Voorhies 1990 and Webb 2008

Sister taxa: none

Type specimens:

  • Pseudoceras skinneri: F:AM 33723, a mandible (left mandibular ramus). Its type locality is East Kat Quarry, which is in a Clarendonian terrestrial horizon in the Ash Hollow Formation of Nebraska.
  • Pseudoceras potteri:
  • Pseudoceras wilsoni: Its type locality is Jonas Wilson Quarry, which is in a Clarendonian terrestrial horizon in the Ash Hollow Formation of Nebraska.

Ecology: ground dwelling herbivore

Distribution:

• Hemphillian of United States (3: Nebraska, Texas collections)

• Miocene of Honduras (1), United States (13: Florida, Kansas, Nebraska, Texas)

Total: 17 collections each including a single occurrence

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