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For the class of soldiers, see Almogavars.
Temporal range: Early Paleocene to middle Eocene
Almogaver is an extinct possible odd-toed ungulate genus in the family Phenacodontidae. It was a ground-dwelling herbivore. It is known from the Tremp Basin in Spain, and some authorities consider it synonymous with Phenacodus.
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