Kuruksai, Cheek teeth
Friday 16 April 2021 by
UPPER CHEEK TEETH (Table 3)
Their morphology (Fig. 7, 8, 9) is usual for Allohippus, except for the longer protocones on molars. The size of PIN 3120-501 is very large.
LOWER CHEEK TEETH
The double knot is typically Allohippine but the shallow vestibular froove on molars is not (Fig. 10, 11). Size differs again.
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