Temporal range: Middle Miocene–Late Miocene
|Nimravides catacopis skull|
†Nimravides pedionomus (MacDonald, 1948)
Nimravides is a genus of extinct saber-toothed felids that lived in North America during the middle and late Miocene, between 13.6 and 4.9 Ma. Despite its scientific name, Nimravides does not belong to the Nimravidae, but is a true felid, belonging to the family Felidae.
- Paleobiology Database: Nimravides
- Larry D.Martin: Felidae in Evolution of Tertiary Mammals of North America, Volume 1: Terrestrial Carnivores, Ungulates, Ungulatelike Mammals, Cambridge University Press, 1998
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