Ectoconus

Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.wikipedia
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Periptychidae

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Condylarth

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Ectoconus was stoutly built, sheep-sized condylarth and had a small braincase, short, strong limbs and a heavy tail.

Genus

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Terrestrial animal

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Herbivore

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Mammal

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Family (biology)

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

North America

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Danian

Early PaleoceneEarlyMontian
Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Year

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Ectoconus is an extinct genus of terrestrial herbivorous mammal of the family Periptychidae, endemic to North America during the Early Paleocene subepochs (66—63.3 mya) existing for approximately.

Neurocranium

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Ectoconus was stoutly built, sheep-sized condylarth and had a small braincase, short, strong limbs and a heavy tail.

Ungulate

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Its feet had five hooved digits much in the manner of extremely primitive ungulates.

Edward Drinker Cope

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It was named by Cope (1884) and was synonymized subjectively with Conoryctes by Cope (1885).

New Mexico

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Nearly complete skeletons of Ectoconus have been found in New Mexico and it is one of the most completely known Paleocene mammals.

Paleocene

List of prehistoric mammals

Prehistoric mammalfossil mammalAdapisoricidae