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A quantitative review of the horse Equus from South America

AuthorsPrado, José Luis; Alberdi, María Teresa
Issue Date1994
CitationPalaeontology 37(2): 459-481 (1994)
AbstractThe species of Equus (Amerhippus) are revised using multivariate analysis of dental and autopodial remains, and sorne morphological characters of the skuIl and dentition. We recognize five species: E. (A.) andium, insulatus, neogeus, santaeelenae, and lasallei. They have been recorded in Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador, through the Middle and Upper Pleistocene. They show peculiar adaptive features in the distal part of the extremities as a response to different environmental conditions.
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