Acratocnus odontrigonus


 
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Puerto Rico-Faultier
(Acratocnus odontrigonus)

 
syn. Acratocnus major

 
Verbreitung:

Puerto Rico: Puerto Rico

 
einheimischer Name: -

 
Größe: ?

Aussterbedatum: ca. 5000 v.u.Z.

 
Referenzen:

- Elizabeth Rega; Donald A. McFarlane; Joyce Lundenberg; Keith Christenson: 'A New Megalonychid Sloth from the Late Wisconsinian of the Dominican Republic' (2002)
- David W. Steadman; Paul S. Martin; Ross D. E. MacPhee; A. J. T. Jull; H. Gregory McDonald; Charles A. Woods; Manuel Iturralde-Vinent; Gregory W. L. Hodgins: 'Asynchronous extinction of late Quaternary sloths on continents and islands' (2005)
- Charles Arthur Woods; Florence E. Sergile: 'Biogeography of the West Indies' (2001)
- Donald A. McFarlane: 'Late Quaternary Fossil Mammals and Last Occurence Dates from Caves at Barahona, Puerto Rico' (1999)