Data from: Paleobiology of the basal hydrochoerine Cardiomys Ameghino, 1885 (Rodentia, Caviomorpha, late Miocene, South America) as inferred from its postcranial anatomy

Adriana M. Candela, Nahuel A. Muñoz & César M. García-Esponda
Extinct Hydrochoerinae traditionally included within “Cardiomyinae” (Cavioidea, Caviidae) are caviomorph rodents well-represented in the late Miocene-late Pliocene of Argentina, but their paleobiology has been investigated little. The postcranium of these rodents is poorly-known and has not been considered in morpho-functional or systematic studies. Here, we provide the first description of the postcranium of the basal hydrochoerine Cardiomys Ameghino, 1885, based on a well preserved specimen from the late Miocene of Central Argentina, and evaluate its...
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