1. Correlation between cranial diastema (6) and cranial muzzle length (5). From the diastema lengths given by Hulbert it is possible to estimate the muzzle lengths using a regression calculated on extant E. caballus (Fig.A).
2. Correlation between mandibular diastema (3) and mandibular muzzle (...) >suite
Cedar Meadow Spring (Itchetucknee), Rancholabrean
1. Accepting the Rancholabrean cranium from Cedar Meadow FAM 116143 (Fig.1) as the lectotype of E. fraternus, the following observations can be made.
The specimen lacking part of the occiput, there is no saying if the vertex length was, as (...) >suite
This article is not intended to make clear the extremely confused and confusing taxonomy of "Equus fraternus" and of actually or allegedly related equids. It intends only to bring together data and photographs collected in the bibliography or by myself as well as tentative reconstructions of fossils and biometrical and morphological comparisons. Although resemblances do not guarantee conspecificity, I believe they must be pointed. >suite
Rancho La Brea et MacKittrick, Californie : E. occidentalis
E. occidentalis, Leidy, 1865, Proc. Acad. Nat. Sci., 94. California. “Types” are from Tuolumne Co. (aurifere deposits) and tars of Buena Vista Lake.
SKULL Fig.1 - Cranium of A. occidentalis, AMNH 14396, Rancho La Brea.
The size is (...) >suite