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Neocnus comes Miller, 1929:26

Lesser Haitian ground sloth, Lesser Hispaniolan ground sloth (proposed)

 

 

Taxonomy & Nomenclature

Synonym/s: Acratocnus comes Miller, 1929:26; Synocnus comes De Paula Couto, 1967

 

Conservation Status

Last recorded in the Holocene

 

Distribution

Hispaniola

 

Biology

 

 

Hypodigm

 

 

Media

 

 

Literature

Alcover, Josep Antoni et al. (1998). Mammal Species of the World: Additional Data on Insular Mammals. American Museum Novitates 3248, 29 pp., 1 table.

Borroto-Páez, Rafael, Mancina, Carlos A., Woods, Charles A. and Kilpatrick, C. William. (2012). Checklist: Updated Checklist of Endemic Terrestrial Mammals of the West Indies, pp. 389-415. In: Borroto-Páez, Rafael, Woods, Charles A. and Sergile, F. E. (eds.). Terrestrial Mammals of the West Indies: Contributions. Gainesville, Florida: Florida Museum of Natural History and Wacahoota Press. 482 pp.

Gaudin, T. (2004). Phylogenetic relationships among sloths (Mammalia, Xenarthra, Tardigrada): the craniodental evidence. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 140: 255-305.

Steadman, David W. (2013). A late-Holocene bird community from Hispaniola: Refining the chronology of vertebrate extinction in the West Indies. The Holocene, Published online before print March 12, 2013, doi: 10.1177/0959683613479683 [Abstract]

Steadman, David W. et al. (2005). Asynchronous extinction of late Quaternary sloths on continents and islands. PNAS 102(33): 11763-11768.

White, J. L. and MacPhee, R. D. E. (2001). The Sloths of the West Indies: A Systematic and Phylogenetic Review, pp. 201-236. In: Woods, C. A. and Sergile, F. E. Biogeography of the West Indies: Patterns and Perspectives. Boca Raton, Florida: CRC Press.

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