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Mammalia - Ungulata - Camelidae
It was recombined as Stenomylus (Stenomylus) tubutamensis by Cassiliano (2008).
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|I. Ferrusquia-Villafranca 1990||
It differs from the other Stenomylus species, by being the smallest one, having the upper and lower first premolars isolated from the canines by a short diastema and from the second premolar by a much longer one; upper fourth premolar and first molar with almost not dis- cernible, slit-like fossettes and very faint styles; imbricated lower incisors and canine; the lo- wer molars have strong parastylids, and the entostylids projected posteriorly on the anterior border of the contiguous molar; the third lower molar has a very short (if any) accessory lobe; the ventral border of the horizontal rami is straight, with no trace of the prominence located close to the mental foramen seen in most of the other species.
|M. Cassiliano 2010||Compared to the other species of Stenomylus, Stenomylus tubutamensis is diagnosed by the follow- ing characters: smallest upper canine, smallest P1, shortest average C–P1 diastema, shortest average p1– p2 diastema, shortest average p2–p3 diastema, and narrow, slit-like lower molar fossettids.|