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Homotherium ischyrus

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( This post was last modified: 08-19-2018, 08:45 AM by epaiva )

Homotherium ischyrus on the basis of a nearly complete skeleton from Birch Creek, Idaho. in general morphology the animal is similar to the Old World species Homotherium latidens, but some characters such as the retention of a two toothed third upper premolar in the mandible and an elongated lumbar section in the vertebral column suggest an early separation from the Europe lineage.
Taken from de book The other Saber-Tooths Scimitar-Tooth Cats of the Western Hemisphere (Virginia L. Naples - Larry D. Martin - John P. Babiarz)

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