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Mammalia - Perissodactyla - Equidae
It was recombined as Pliohippus (Pliohippus) nobilis by Stirton (1940); it was considered a nomen dubium by Macdonald (1992).
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|H. F. Osborn 1918||(Matthew, 1913, Osborn, 1918) (1) Size.very large, pLm3 .180, pLm3 .190e; (2) protocone prominent, exceeding hypocone in size, united to protoloph by a narrow isthmus, united to hypocone when molars are over hall worn; (3) protocone obliquely oval on premolars, flattened oval and relatively large on molars; (4) lingual side convex, buccal side flat (m3) ; (5) fossettes expanded; (6) indication in worn crowns of pli caballin and crochet fold in prefossette, two more enamel plications from metaloph into pre- and postfossettes (m3) ; (6) malar fossa very deep; (7) lachrymal fossa extensive, its upper border unknown.|