Temporal range: Early Oligocene–Early Miocene
Adilophontes is an extinct genus of large, mostly carnivorous bone-crushing mammals known as bear dogs, of the family Amphicyonidae, endemic to North America during the Oligocene to Miocene, living from 24.8—20.6 Ma and existed for approximately . 
Adilophontes was named by Hunt (2002). Its type is Adilophontes brachykolos. It was assigned to Daphoeninae by Hunt (2002).
- Eighteen Mile District, Goshen County, Wyoming ~20.8 Ma.
- Lay Ranch Beds, Goshen County, Wyoming ~20.8 Ma.
- Guernsey, Platte County, Wyoming ~20.9 Ma.
- Paleobiology Database: Adilophontes Basic info.
- S. Legendre and C. Roth. 1988. Correlation of carnassial tooth size and body weight in recent carnivores (Mammalia). Historical Biology 1(1):85-98
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