Véra Eisenmann

Differences between anterior and posterior Ph I

Friday 27 March 2009 by Véra Eisenmann

The differences are particularly clear on the illustrated pair of phalanges (BO 89482, HP 35) and on most first phalanges of E. hemionus.

- In the same animal, first anterior phalanges are almost always longer.

- On the posterior Ph I, the distal supra-articular tuberosities are closer to the proximal extremity.

- On the anterior Ph I, the trigonum phalangis reaches farther down (posterior view).

For more details, see:

EISENMANN V. & C. DE GIULI, 1974. - Caractères distinctifs des premières phalanges antérieures et postérieures chez certains Equidés actuels et fossiles. Bull. Soc. géol. Fr., (7), XVI, (4 ): 352-361, 8 fig., 4 tabl.

DIVE J. & V. EISENMANN, 1991.- Identification and discrimination of first phalanges from Pleistocene and modern Equus, wild and domestic. In : R.H. MEADOW & H.P. UERPMANN, Equids in the Ancient World. Beihefte zum Tübinger Atlas des Vorderen Orients, Wiesbaden : 278-333, 16 fig., 5 tabl.


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