Vera Eisenmann

Equus hatcheri

Sunday 27 November 2022 by Vera Eisenmann

E. hatcheri Hay 1915
The highly reconstructed type skull and associated mandible USNM 7868 come from Hay Springs. The muzzle seems long (Fig.1). The protocones are short and not grooved (Fig.2).
The lower cheek teeth are typically caballine; ectoflexids are shallow even on the molars (Fig.3).


Fig.1 E. hatcheri USNM 7868, skull Fig.2 E. hatcheri USNM 7868, upper cheek teeth Fig.3 E. hatcheri USNM 7868, lower cheek teeth
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