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Propleopus chillagoensis is described as a second species in the genus. The genus is rediagnosed. The new species differs markedly in details of premolar and molar morphology from the Pleistocene P. oscillans (De Vis), but reveals no additional information about intergeneric relationships. In the unique characters which differentiate it from P. oscillans, it is less like structurally ancestral forms such as Hypsiprymnodon than is P. oscillans, and could be a descendent of the lineage leading todoi:10.24199/j.mmv.1978.39.04 fatcat:tas5vwusqzfybhoal6olfq52ue