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Mammalia - Artiodactyla - Antilocapridae
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|W. D. Matthew 1904||Antlers three-tined in mature, two-tined in a younger adult, bifurcate some distance above burr, and the posterior branch again bifurcate; considerably flattened and expanded at each bifurcation. Teeth less compressed than in M. furcatus and M. necatus, pre- molar not reduced in size. Fore and Hind feet with vestiges of lateral phalanges, but none of the lateral metapodials.|