A revision of Aceratherium blanfordi Lydekker, 1884 (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) from the Early Miocene of Pakistan: postcranials as a key

@article{Antoine2010ARO,
  title={A revision of Aceratherium blanfordi Lydekker, 1884 (Mammalia: Rhinocerotidae) from the Early Miocene of Pakistan: postcranials as a key},
  author={P. Antoine and K. F. Downing and J. Crochet and F. Duranthon and L. J. Flynn and L. Marivaux and G. M{\'e}tais and A. R. Rajpar and G. Roohi},
  journal={Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society},
  year={2010},
  volume={160},
  pages={139-194}
}
Rhinocerotids are particularly abundant and diversified in Neogene deposits of the Indian subcontinent, but their systematics is far from being well defined. Based on the revision of old collections and new findings from the Early Miocene of the Bugti Hills and Zinda Pir, Pakistan, ‘Aceratherium blanfordi Lydekker, 1884’ is a chimera, consisting of two dentally convergent but postcranially distinct rhinocerotid taxa: Pleuroceros blanfordi and Mesaceratherium welcommi sp. nov. Postcranial… Expand
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