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Lower Tooth (fossil)*
1845 Fd. North Florida, USA
Upper Tooth (fossil)
1816 Fd. Dixie Co., Florida, USA
Astragalus and Calcaneum (fossil)
1817 Fd. Dixie Co., Florida, USA
Calcaneum (fossil)
1817 Fd., Dixie Co., Florida, USA
Side Toe Phalanx (fossil)
1122 Fd. Suwannee River, Florida, USA
length 0.8"
Medial Phalanx (fossil)
1117 Fd. Suwannee River, Florida, USA
length 0.8"
Astragalus (fossil)
1817 Fd., Dixie Co., Florida, USA
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[1] Matthew, W.D., Fossil Mammals of the Tertiary of Northeastern Colorado, Memoirs of the American Museum of Natural History, Vol. I, Part VII, (New York: The Nickerbocker Press, 1901), 358
[2] http://www.angellis.net/Web/PDfiles/ungperis.pdf
Astragalus (fossil)
1860 Fd., Dixie Co., Florida, USA
Perissodactyla/Equidae/Anchitheriiane
Anchippus
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Size

Larger than a parahippus based on the size of their astragali

Eye sockets

 

Type of teeth

Low crowned, enamel covering dentine 

Toes

Three toes per leg 

Hooves/pads

 

Location(s) found

North America, specifically the Pawnee Creek beds of Colorado [1] , Oregon and Texas [2] , Florida 

Other

Similar to parahippus 

 

Horse Evolution?
Anchippus
Anchitherium
Equus 1 (Recent)
Equus 2 (Recent)
Equus 1 (Fossils)
Equus 2 (Fossils)
Hipparion
Hippidion
Hypohippus
Kalobatippus
Merychippus
Mesohippus
Miohippus
Nannippus
Neohipparion
Orohippus
Parahippus
Pliohippus
Protohippus
Protorohippus
Unidentified
Hyracotherum (Eohippus)