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E. scotti AMNH 10607, upper cheek teeth (E. scotti Upper Cheek Teeth photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


E. scotti AMNH 10606, upper cheek teeth (E. scotti Upper Cheek Teeth photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


E. scotti NMC 2381, upper cheek teeth (E. scotti Upper Cheek Teeth photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


NMC 2381 (Equus scotti skull photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


AMNH 10628 (Equus scotti skull photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


AMNH 10612 (Equus scotti skull photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


AMNH 10606 (Equus scotti skull photographs)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann


E. scotti, Introduction (Rock Creek, Texas E. scotti)

Thursday 26 March 2020 by Véra Eisenmann
E. scotti, Rock Creek, Texas, is probably the best represented Middle Pleistocene horse (skulls and skeletons). Unfortunately the type (Gidley 1901, Plate XX) is a mounted skeleton (AMNH 10606) which apparently no one could study in detail. The skull AMNH 10612 figured by Gidley (1900, fig.3) (...)


Santo Domingo, mandible, data (Amérique du Nord, North America; Mexique, Mexico)

Thursday 10 October 2019 by Véra Eisenmann


Natural Trap, Wyoming, Introduction (Natural Trap, Wyoming)

Saturday 19 October 2013
It was John Howe who studied the equids of Natural Trap but his manuscript was never published. Instead, part of his work was included in "Eisenmann V., Howe J., Pichardo M. 2008 (published in 2011): Old World Hemiones and New World slender species (Mammalia, Equidae). Palaeovertebrata (...)


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