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Mammalia - Rodentia - Cricetidae
It was recombined as Copemys kelloggae by Clark et al. (1964), Klingener (1968), Storer (1975) and Barnosky (1986); it was recombined as Gnomomys kelloggae by Lindsay (1972); it was synonymized subjectively with Copemys niobrariensis by Voorhies (1990), Sutton and Korth (1995) and Dalquest et al. (1996).
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|D. Hoffmeister 1959||A species of Peromyscus with a small anteroconid, distinctive cuspid on posterolophid, and reentrant angle posterior to entoconid not directed as much anteriorly at apex as in most Peromyscus. Diagnostically different from other species of Peromyscus from the Upper Miocene in that protoconid arm or mesolophid extends transversely to cingulum; much smaller size.|