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Mammalia - Ungulata - Camelidae
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|J. T. Gregory 1939||arge species of Procameluswith rather slender, compressed, blade-like
caniniformteethandthinanteriorpremolars. ConsiderablylargerthanP.occidentalis. Diastemata between caniniform teeth of variable length, but uniformly greater than in Alticamelus, approaching the condition in referred material of P. occidentalis. P+ single rooted. Inner crescent of P3 incomplete, usually greatly reduced. Cheek teeth high crowned. Lower incisors protruding. A well developed sagittal crest and broad occipital crest. Neck vertebrae not elongate. Limb bones stout, not elongate.