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|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Palaeotheriidae
It was recombined as Orientolophus gabuniai by Ting (1993) and Ting (1998); it was recombined as Protomoropus gabuniai by Hooker and Dashzeveg (2004).
|Year||Name and author|
|1979||Hyracotherium gabuniai Dashzeveg p. 109 fig. 1|
|1993||Orientolophus gabuniai Ting p. 205|
|1998||Orientolophus gabuniai Ting p. 140|
|2004||Hyracotherium gabuniai Hooker and Dashzeveg p. 109 fig. 1|
|2004||Protomoropus gabuniai Hooker and Dashzeveg pp. 1365-1371 figs. 1-4|
|2004||Hyracotherium gabuniai Lucas and Kondrashov p. 218 figs. 1A-D, 2C-D|
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|S. G. Lucas and P. E. Kondrashov 2004||Small Hyracotherium that differs from the European species in the square shape of the upper molars and more lophodont teeth. Differs from H. angustidens and H. vasacciense from the Wasatchian of North America in being smaller.|