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TABLE 1. Dimensions (in mm) of the rhinoceros teeth from Bogovina Cave (Serbia). Abbreviations: L = vestibular length; W = mesial width. Asterisks indicate damaged specimens; the actual dimensions are greater than the measured values.

Specimen Tooth L W
NMKVRS.P13 left P3/P4 37.8 48.3
HMP-139b right P3/P4 - >52*
HMP-130 right M1/M2 >41.2* 41.9
HMP-131 right M1/M2 54.0 59.2
HMP-X right M1/M2 47.5 52.7
HMP-135 left M1/M2 49.8 55.0
HMP-139a right p2 31.5 20.5
HMP-407 right p3/p4 37.2 26.8
HMP-129 right m1/m2 43.0 30.6

 

 

TABLE 2. Dental measurements (ranges, in mm) of four Stephanorhinus species; data from Fortelius et al. (1993), Guérin (1980), Handa and Pandolfi (2016), Pandolfi and Erten (2017) and Pandolfi and Marra (2015). Abbreviations: L = vestibular length; W = mesial width.

Tooth Measurement S. etruscus
range (min. - max.)
S. hundsheimensis
range (min. - max.)
S. hemitoechus
range (min. - max.)
S. kirchbergensis
range (min. - max.)
P3 L 31 - 41 32 - 46 34 - 43 38 - 51.8
W 42 - 55 45 - 57.5 44 - 53 50 - 64
P4 L 34 - 44 35 - 48.5 38 - 48 40 - 53
W 45 - 63 50 - 62 47 - 62 56 - 73
M1 L 41 - 53 42 - 57.5 42 - 57.5 47.2 - 63.5
W 48 - 62 51 - 65 53 - 68 60 - 74
M2 L 45.5 - 57 47 - 63 46.5 - 65 50 - 69.6
W 48 - 65.5 52 - 67 56 - 72 62 - 77.1
p2 L 25 - 36.4 25.2 - 39 23 - 31 26 - 34
W 16 - 21.5 16 - 33 14.5 - 21 19 - 21.5
p3 L 31.3 - 39.7 30 - 42.5 27 - 40 35 - 46
W 21.5 - 30 21 - 37 21 - 28 27 - 35.5
p4 L 34.4 - 43 33 - 45 35 - 43 38 - 51
W 24 - 31 23 - 35 24 - 32 28.5 - 38.5
m1 L 35.2 - 49 37 - 57 36.5 - 52 43 - 59
W 26 - 33 25 - 37 26 - 35 33 - 42
m2 L 40 - 49 39 - 57.5 41 - 55 53 - 63
W 25 - 33.5 23.5 - 35 28 - 36 32 - 40

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