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genus

Eucladoceros Falconer, 1868

kingdom Animalia - animals »  phylum Chordata - chordates »  class Mammalia - mammals »  order Cetartiodactyla - even-toed ungulates »  family Cervidae - deer and moose »  tribus Cervini

Scientific synonyms

Euctenocerus Trouessart, 1899

Type taxon:Cervus (Eucladoceros) sedgwickii Falconer, 1868
Temporal range:Middle Pliocene - Middle Pleistocene

Included taxa

Number of records: 9

species Eucladoceros boulei (Teilhard de Chardin & Piveteau, 1930)
species Eucladoceros ctenoides (Nesti, 1841)
species Eucladoceros dicranios (Nesti, 1841)
species Eucladoceros montenegrensis van der Made & Dimitrijević, 2015
species Eucladoceros proboulei Dong & Ye, 1996
species Eucladoceros sedgwickii (Falconer, 1868)
species Eucladoceros senezensis Depéret, 1910
species Eucladoceros tegulensis (Dubois, 1904)
species Eucladoceros tetraceros (Dawkins, 1878)

Links and literature

Falconer, H. 1868. Notes on fossil species of Cervus, including a description of a remarkable fossil antler of a large species of extinct Cervus, C. (Eucladoceros) Sedgwickii, in the collection of the Rev John Gunn, Irstead. In: C. Murchison (Ed.): Palaeontological Memoirs and Notes of Hugh Falconer, Vol. II. Mastodont, elephant, rhinoceros, ossiferous caves, primeval man and his contemporaries: 471-480. [as Eucladoceros]
Simpson, G. G. 1945. The principles of classification and a classification of mammals. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History, 85: 1-350. [as "Eucladocerus"]
Trouessart, E.-L. 1898. Catalogus mammalium tam viventium quam fossilium, fasciculus IV. Bertolini R. Friedländer & Sohn. 1469 p. [as Euctenocerus]
EN Fossilworks - Paleobiology Database [42671]

Fossilworks - Paleobiology Database [http://fossilworks.org/] [as Eucladoceros Falconer, 1868]
Data retrieved on: 13 December 2015

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Explanations

extinct taxon