Pseudamphicyon

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Pseudamphicyon
Temporal range: 16.9–11.1 Ma
Early Oligocene-Early Miocene
Scientific classification
Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Superfamily: Arctoidea
Family: Amphicyonidae
Genus: Pseudamphicyon
Schlosser (1899)
Species
  • P. bavaricus

Pseudamphicyon is a member of the extinct family Amphicyonidae of terrestrial carnivores belonging to the suborder Caniformia.[1]

Pseudamphicyon was named Schlosser in 1899 and was assigned to Amphicyonidae by Carroll (1988).

Sister genera[edit]

Afrocyon, Amphicyanis, Arctamphicyon, Brachycyon, Cynodictis, Drassonax, Goupilictis, Guangxicyon, Haplocyon, Haplocyonoides, Haplocyonopsis, Harpagophagus, Ictiocyon, Pachycynodon, Paradaphoenus, Protemnocyon, Pseudarctos, Pseudocyonopsis, Sarcocyon, Symplectocyon, Vishnucyon.

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