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Mammalia - Ungulata - Merycoidodontidae
It was recombined as Pseudocyclopidius lullianus by Schultz and Falkenbach (1968); it was synonymized subjectively with Leptauchenia major by CoBabe (1996) and Lander (1998); it was recombined as Leptauchenia lullianus by Stevens and Stevens (2007) and Prothero and Sanchez (2008).
|Year||Name and author|
|1921||Cyclopidius lullianus Thorpe|
|1937||Cyclopidius lullianus Thorpe p. 246 figs. Figs. 173-177|
|1940||Cyclopidius quadratus Koerner|
|1968||Pseudocyclopidius lullianus Schultz and Falkenbach|
|1968||Pseudocyclopidius quadratus Schultz and Falkenbach|
|2007||Leptauchenia lullianus Stevens and Stevens p. 158|
|2008||Leptauchenia lullianus Prothero and Sanchez|
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|D. R. Prothero and F. Sanchez 2008||Large leptaucheniines (P2-M3 length = 62-71 mm, M1-3 lengths = 42-48 mm, M1-2 lengths = 27-35 mm, and skull lengths = 125-185 mm) with very robust zygomatic arches and larger orbits; snout relatively flattened and shovel-like; malar relatively deep; teeth very hypsodont.|