Anthracobune wardi Pilgrim 1940 (odd-toed ungulate)

Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Anthracobunidae

Alternative combinations: Lammidhania wardi, Pilgrimella wardi

Full reference: G.E. Pilgrim. 1940. Middle Eocene Mammals from North-west India. Proceedings of the Zoological Society of London, Series B 110:127-152

Belongs to Anthracobune according to K. D. Rose et al. 2020

See also Cooper et al. 2014, Dehm and Oettingen-Spielberg 1958, Pilgrim 1940, Wells and Gingerich 1983 and West 1980

Sister taxa: Anthracobune aijiensis, Anthracobune daviesi, Anthracobune pinfoldi

Type specimen: M15799 (M/1 or M/2 in British Museum), a tooth. Its type locality is Lammidhan, which is in a Lutetian terrestrial siliciclastic in the Kuldana Formation of Pakistan.

Ecology: ground dwelling browser-grazer


• Eocene of Pakistan (8 collections)

Total: 8 collections each including a single occurrence

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