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Elephas youheensis was named by Xue (1981) [The crown of the moalar is broad, but very low in height, plates moderately thick and widely spaced, the lamellar frequency is low (3.25). The enamel layers are very thick (4.2-5.6mm), only lightly folded in the middle part. The well worn anterior plates show medial sinus and each of the posterior two ridges consists of 4 digitations with prominent median cleft. Cement is moderately developed.]. It is a 3D body fossil. Its type locality is You-he, Lower River You, Weinan, Shensi, which is in a Piacenzian lacustrine horizon in China.
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