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Mammalia - Ungulata - Merycoidodontidae
It was recombined as Oreonetes chadronensis by Lander (1998); it was recombined as Miniochoerus chadronensis by Stevens and Stevens (1996) and Stevens and Stevens (2007).
|Year||Name and author|
|1956||Stenopsochoerus reideri Schultz and Falkenbach|
|1956||Stenopsochoerus (Pseudostenopsochoerus) chadronensis Schultz and Falkenbach p. 445 figs. 8 - 11|
|1956||Stenopsochoerus (Pseudostenopsochoerus) douglasensis Schultz and Falkenbach p. 447 figs. 8 - 11|
|1956||Parastenopsochoerus conversensis Schultz and Falkenbach p. 451 figs. 6 - 7|
|1996||Miniochoerus chadronensis Stevens and Stevens|
|1998||Oreonetes chadronensis Lander|
|2007||Miniochoerus chadronensis Stevens and Stevens p. 158|
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|C. B. Schultz and C. H. Falkenbach 1956 (Parastenopsochoerus conversensis)||SKULL: Small size; see generic characters.
DENTITION: See generic characters.
|C. B. Schultz and C. H. Falkenbach 1956||SKULL: Small size; smaller than holotype of S. (P.) reideri; mesocephalic; sagittal crest prominent; brain case wide and expanded, more inflated than in S. (P.) douglasensis; postorbital constriction wider than in S. (P.) douglasensis; exoccipital with prominent elongated groove above base of paroccipital process; frontals less convex laterally at external border than in examples of S. (P.) reideri, resulting in less depth between superior border of orbit and superior plane of frontal ; nasals moderately narrow and light, tendency to be lighter than in examples of S. (P.) douglasensis, anterior nasal-maxilla contact in area above P1 ; zygomatic arch with less posterior rise to inferior border than in latter species ; malar moderately deep below orbit, deeper than in average examples of S. sternbergi, lacrimal fossa moderately deep, larger than in S. (P.) douglasensis; paroccipital process light, tapering rapidly to inferior border, lighter than in examples of S. (P.) douglasensis; posterior border of palate projecting posteriorly to center of last lobe of M8, less posterior extension than in S. (P.) douglasensis and S. (P.) reideri.
MANDIBLE: Condyle larger than in examples of S. sternbergi, smaller than that of S. (P.) reideri.
DENTITION: Length of series of holotype shorter than that of holotype of S. (P.) douglasensis, but, on average, examples approximately equal, smaller than in holotype of S. (P.) reideri,· premolars crowded; P2-P 8 and P1-P 3 set at slight angle to alveolar border, less angle than in holotype of S. (P.) reideri.
LIMBS: Approximately equal to those of S. (P.) douglasensis,larger than in S. sternbergi.
|C. B. Schultz and C. H. Falkenbach 1956 (Stenopsochoerus (Pseudostenopsochoerus) douglasensis)||SKULL: Within size range of examples of S. (P.) chadronensis; exoccipital with small foramen above base of paroccipital process; brain case narrower and less inflated than in S. (P.) chadronensis,· postorbital constriction narrower than in S. (P.) chadronensis;frontals similar to those of latter species, less convex laterally than in holotype of S. (P.) reideri; nasals with tendency to be more robust than those of S. (P.) chadronensis; anterior nasal-maxilla contact above and just posterior to C/ ; zygomatic arch with less posterior rise than in holotype of S. (P.) reideri; malar moderately light below orbit ; lacrimal fossa as deep as but slightly larger than in examples of S. (P.) chadronensis; paroccipital process more robust than those of latter species; posterior palate projecting posteriorly for short distance beyond M8•
MANDIBLE: Similar chadronensis.
DENTITION: Length than in examples of S. (P.) chadronensis; tendency for premolars to be more crowded than those of latter species.
LIMBS: Approximately equal to those of S. (P.) chadronensis, somewhat lighter than in S. berardae, and larger than those of S. sternbergi.