|Basic info||Taxonomic history||Classification||Relationships|
|Morphology||Ecology and taphonomy||External Literature Search||Age range and collections|
Mammalia - Rodentia - Neoepiblemidae
|Year||Name and author|
|1886||Phoberomys burmeisteri Ameghino|
|1891||Euphilus burmeisteri Ameghino p. 246|
|1926||Phoberomys burmeisteri Kraglievich|
|1932||Phoberomys praecursor Kraglievich|
|1940||Phoberomys insolita Kraglievich|
|1940||Phoberomys lozanoi Kraglievich|
|1940||Phoberomys minima Kraglievich|
|2017||Phoberomys burmeisteri Rasia and Candela|
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|L. L. Rasia and A. M. Candela 2017||Species of Phoberomys with M3 with six to eight laminae, less straight than in Ph. pattersoni; the sixth or seventh laminae of the M3 with deep anterior indentations, differing from Ph. pattersoni; p4 with four laminae, the first two
or three united labially, and the last one or two free from other laminae; m1-m3 with three laminae that can be all separated or the first two united labially.