Di·noc·er·as \dīˈnäsərəs\

Definition of Dinoceras

  1. taxonomic synonym of uintatherium

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Origin and Etymology of dinoceras

borrowed from New Latin, from dino- 1dino- + -ceras -ceras Genus name introduced by the American paleontologist Othniel C. Marsh (1831-99) in “Notice of Some Remarkable Fossil Animals,” American Journal of Science and Arts, 3rd series, vol. 4, no. 22 (October, 1872), pp. 343-44.

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