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Mammalia - Artiodactyla - Diacodexeidae
It was recombined as Bunophorus macropternus by Sinclair (1914), Gazin (1952), Kelley and Wood (1954), Guthrie (1967), Stucky and Krishtalka (1990), Thewissen (1990) and Theodor et al. (2007).
|Year||Name and author|
|1882||Phenacodus macropternus Cope p. 180|
|1914||Bunophorus macropternus Sinclair|
|1952||Bunophorus macropternus Gazin|
|1954||Bunophorus macropternus Kelley and Wood|
|1967||Bunophorus macropternus Guthrie|
|1990||Bunophorus macropternus Stucky and Krishtalka|
|1990||Bunophorus macropternus Thewissen|
|2007||Bunophorus macropternus Theodor et al. p. 40|
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|R. K. Stucky and L. Krishtalka 1990||Distinguished from all species of Bunophorus by hyperinflation of P4/4 (in proportion to Ml/1) and lingual area ofM1-3; strong cingulid on M3• Additionally: unlike B. robustus, B. grangeri and B. pattersoni (most), P4 paraconid absent, M1_3 paraconid vestigial or absent; differs from B. sinclairi in lacking a metaconid on P4 and pericone, hypocone and isolated metaconule on M1- 2 , and retaining a complete, distinct cristid obliqua on M1_3 •|