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The subfamily Tolipevtiny - Tolypeutinae Gray, 1865
Late Oligocene - modern. South America, modern. Center. America. 2 fossils. and 3 modern. kind

Rod † Kuntinaru - Kuntinaru Billet et al., 2011
Late Oligocene South. America. 1 fossil. view
View †Kuntinaru boliviensisBillet et al., 2011 (type)
Late Oligocene (Upper Desdead) of Bolivia (La Paz)

Triba Tolipevtini - Tolypeutini Gray, 1865

Genus † Pedrolipevites - PedrolypeutesCarlini et al., 1997
Late Miocene South America. 1 fossil. view
View †Pedrolypeutes praecursor Carlini et al., 1997 (type)
Late Miocene (Chasik) Colombia (Uila)

Three-belted battleships - Tolypeutes Illiger, 1811
Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758 (part), Loricatus Desmarest, 1804 (part), Matacus Rafinesque, 1815 (nomen nudum), Tolypeutis Olfers, 1818 (incorrect.), Tylopeutes Gray, 1825 (incorrect.), Tatusia Cuvier, 1822 (part), Apara McMurtrie, 1831, Sphaerocormus Fitzinger, 1871, Cheloniscus Gray, 1873, non Wagler, 1830 (pre-purchase), Tolypentes Matschie, 1894 (incorrect.), Tolypoides Grandidier et Neveu-Lemaire, 1905, Tolypuetes Talmage et Buchanan, 1954 (incorrect.)
Late Pliocene - modern. South America. Grassy and shrub savannahs. 1 fossil. and 2 modern. kind of
View †Tolypeutes cartesii (Scillato-Yané et Juan, 1982)
Late Pliocene / Pleistocene (Chapadmalal / Ukiy / Ensenad / Luhansk) Argentina
Tolypeutes sp. Scillato-Yané et al., 1995
Late Pliocene (Chapadmalal) Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Tolypeutes sp. (Scillato-Yané et al., 1995)
Late Pliocene, early Pleistocene, average Pleistocene, late Pleistocene (Lower and Upper Ukiy, Ensenad, Luhansk) of Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Tolypeutes sp. Deschamps, 2005
Avg Pleistocene (Lower / Middle Luhansk) of Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Tolypeutes sp. Aramayo, 1985
Avg / late Pleistocene (Luhansk) Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Tolypeutes spr Politis et Salemme, 1990, Deschamps et Borromei, 1992
Late Pleistocene (Upper Luchansky) Argentina (Buenos Aires)
Tolypeutes sp.
Late Pleistocene (Upper Luchansky) Argentina (Corrientes)
Tolypeutes sp. Guerin, 1991
Late Pleistocene (Upper Luchansky) Brazil (Piaui)
View Three-Belt Ball Armadillo - Tolypeutes tricinctus Thomas, 1911
Dasypus tricinctus Linnaeus, 1758 (type), Dasypus quadricinctus (Linnaeus, 1758), Tolypeutes globulus Illiger, 1815 (nomen nudum), Tolypeutes quadricinctus Olfers, 1818, Tolypeutes globulus (Olfers, 1818), Cheloniscus tricinctus Gray, 1873
In modern day. east Brazil
View Ordinary Ball Armadillo - Tolypeutes matacus Osgood, 1919
Tolypeutes octodecimcinctus (Molina, 1782), Tatou mataco Azara, 1801, Loricatus mataco Desmarest, 1804, Tolypeutes brachyurus (Fischer, 1814) Dasypus apar (Desmarest, 1822), Dasypus conurus Geoffroy, 1847, Tolypeutes conurus Geoffroy, 1847, Tolypeutes aparoides Gervais, 1869 (nomen nudum), Tolypeutes muriei Garrod, 1878, Tolypoides bicinctus Grandidier et Neveu-Lemaire, 1905, Tolypeutes bicinctus (Grandidier et Neveu-Lemaire, 1905), Tolypeutes pampaeus Frenguelli, 1921
Rann. / late Pleistocene (Ensenada / Luhansk) Argentina (Santa Fe, Cordoba), early. - late Pleistocene (Ensenada - Upper. Luhansk) of Argentina (Buenos Aires), in modern times. southwest Brazil, East Bolivia, sowing and northwest Paraguay and sowing. Argentina

Triba Priodontini - Priodontini Gray, 1873

Clan Armadillos nude - CabassousMcMurtrie, 1831
Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758 (part), Tatu Blumenbach, 1779 (part), Tatus Olfers, 1818 (incorrect.) (Part), Tatusia Cuvier, 1822 (part), Xenurus Wagler, 1830, non Boie, 1826 (pre-purchase.), Arizostus Gloger, 1841, Tatoua Gray, 1865, Ziphila Gray, 1873, Lysiurus Ameghino, 1891, Cabassus Trouessart, 1905 (incorrect.), Cabassus Neveu-Lemaire et Grandidier, 1911 (incorrect.)
Avg / late Pleistocene - modern. South America, modern. Center. America. Mountain plateaus and flat savannahs. 4 modern. kind of
View Large-tailed Armadillo - Cabassous unicinctus Palmer, 1899
Dasypus unicinctus Linnaeus, 1758 (type), Dasypus duodecimcinctus Schreber, 1774, Dasypus octodecimcinctus Erxleben, 1777, Dasypus undecimcinctus Molina, 1782 (nomen oblitum), Dasypus undecimcinctus Illiger, 1815 (nomen nudum), Dasypus multicinctus Thunberg, 1818, Xenurus unicinctus Wagler, 1830, Xenurus antiquus Lund, 1841, Dasypus verrucosus Wagner, 1844, Cabassous verrucosus (Wagner, 1844), Xenurus squamicaudis Lund, 1844 (pre-purchase.), Cabassous squamicaudis (Lund, 1845)? Xenurus fossilis Lund, 1840,? Xenurus intermedius Lund, 1844, Cabassous hispidus (Burmeister, 1854), Cabassous loricatus (Wagner, 1855), Xenurus verrucosus Fitzinger, 1871, Cabassous latirostris (Gray, 1873), Ziphilus lugubris Gray, 1873 (part), Xenurus lugubris Thomas, 1880 (part), Xenurus duodecimcinctus Jentink, 1888, Lysiurus lugubris Trouessart, 1898, Cabassous lugubris Palmer, 1899, Tatoua lugubris Miller, 1899
Avg / late Pleistocene (Luhansk) Brazil (Minas Geiras), in modern times. South America to the east. from the Andes from Colombia and Venezuela through the Amazonian lowlands to Bolivia and the center of Brazil
View Central American Armadillo - Cabassous centralis (Miller, 1899)
In modern day. south of Mexico, Center. America, sowing and northwest Colombia, sowing Ecuador, northwest Venezuela
View Chaksky battleship - Cabassous chacoensisWetzel, 1980
In modern day. sowing and app. Paraguay, sowing. Argentina
View Cabassous tatouay Smith, 2011
Loricatus tatouay Desmarest, 1804, Dasypus dasycercus (Fischer, 1814) Tatus gymnurus Olfers, 1818, Dasypus tatouay Desmarest, 1822, Dasypus gymnurus Wied-Neuwied, 1826, Tatusia tatouay Lesson, 1827, Xenurus nudicaudus Lund, 1839, Cabassous nudicaudus (Lund, 1839)? Xenurus fossilis Lund, 1840,? Xenurus intermedius Lund, 1844, Ziphilus lugubris Gray, 1873 (part)
Avg / late Pleistocene (Luhansk) Brazil (Minas Geiras), in modern times. southeast and south of Brazil, east. and southeast. Paraguay, northeast Argentina, East Uruguay

Genus Giant Armadillos - Priodontes Cuvier, 1825
Dasypus Linnaeus, 1758 (part), Tatu Blumenbach, 1779 (part), Loricatus Desmarest, 1804 (part), Tatus Olfers, 1818 (incorrect.) (Part), Priodon Cuvier, 1825, Cheloniscus Wagler, 1830, Priodon McMurtrie, 1831, Polygomphius Gloger, 1841, Prionodon Gray, 1843, non Horsfield, 1821 (nomen nudum), Priodonta Gray, 1843 (incorrect.), Prionodontes Schinz, 1845 (incorrect.), Prionodos Gray, 1865
Avg / late Pleistocene - modern. South America. 1 modern. view
View Giant Armadillo - Priodontes maximus Thomas, 1880
Dasypus maximus Kerr, 1792 (type), Dasypus giganteus Geoffroy, 1803, Dasypus gigas Cuvier, 1817, Tatus grandis Olfers, 1818, Dasypus grandis (Olfers, 1818), Dasypus gigans Schmid, 1818, Priodontes giganteus Lesson, 1827, Priodontes gigas Owen Prionodontes gigas Schinz, 1843, Priodonta gigas Gray, 1843, Prionodus gigas Gray, 1865, Prionodon gigas Gray, 1869, Cheloniscus gigas Fitzinger, 1871, Priodon giganteus Liais, 1872, Priodon maximus Allen, 1895
Avg / late Pleistocene (Luhansk) Brazil (Minas Geiras), in modern times. South America to the east. from the Andes from Colombia and Venezuela through the Amazon Lowland to the center of Brazil (absent in the east), sowing. and app. Paraguay and sowing. Argentina

Dasypodidae indet. & incertae sedis

Dasypodidae indet. Tejedor et al., 2005
Late Paleocene (itabor / riochik) / early. Eocene (Casamayor) Argentina (Chubut)

Dasypodidae indet. Marshall et al., 1986
Eocene (Casamayor / Master / Divider / Lower Tinguiriric) Argentina (Chubut)

Dasypodidae indet. (Powell et al., 2011)
Avg. Eocene (master's) of Argentina (Catamarca, Salta, Jujuy)

Dasypodidae indet. Wyss et al., 1994
Oligocene (Upper Tinguiriric / Decadede) Chile (O’Higgins)

Dasypodidae indet. Novacek et al., 1989
Rann. Oligocene (Upper Tinguiriric) Chile (Maule)

Dasypodidae indet. Marshall et Sempere, 1991
Late Oligocene (Decadean) of Bolivia (La Paz)

Dasypodidae indet. Pardinas, 1991
Avg / late Miocene (Friasian / Kollonkursky / Lavente / Mayoian / Chasik / Wiker) Bolivia (Potosi)

Dasypodidae indet. Marshall et Sempere, 1991
Late Miocene (Mayo / Chasik / Wiker) Bolivia (La Paz)

Dasypodidae indet. Deschamps, 2005
Late Miocene (Mayo / Chasik / Wiker) Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Dasypus neogaeusAmeghino, 1891
Late Miocene (Wiker) Argentina (Entre Rios)

Dasypus platensis(Ameghino, 1889)
Pleistocene (Ensenada / Luhansk) Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Dasypodidae indet. Simpson et Paula Couto, 1981
Pleistocene (Ensenada / Luhansk) Brazil (Acre)

Dasypus major Ameghino, 1889
Euphractus major Ameghino, 1882 (nomen nudum)
Late Pleistocene (Upper Luchansky) Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Family † Peltephilic - Peltephilidae Ameghino, 1894
Rann. Eocene - late Miocene South America. 4 fossils. kind

Peltephilidae indet.
Rann. Eocene South. Of America

Peltephilidae indet.
Avg Eocene South. Of America

Peltephilidae indet. Kramarz et al., 2005
Rann. Miocene (Coluap / Santacruz) Argentina (Neuquen)

Peltephilidae indet. Croft et al., 2009
Rann. / average Miocene (Friasian / Lower Kolloncursky) Bolivia (Potosi)

Rod † Peltephiles - Peltephilus Ameghino, 1887
Cochlops Ameghino, 1889 (part), Gephyranodus Ameghino, 1891, Pelthilus Winge, 1915
Late oligocene - average Miocene South America. About 5 fossils. species
Peltephilus sp. Croft et al., 2007
Late Oligocene (Decadean) of Argentina (Chubut)
?Peltephilus sp. Shockey et Anaya, 2008
Late Oligocene (Decadean) of Bolivia (La Paz)
View †Peltephilus undulatus Ameghino, 1887
Peltephilus depressus Ameghino, 1887
Late Oligocene (Decadean) Argentina (Chubut)
View †Peltephilus protervus Ameghino, 1897
Late Oligocene (Decadean) of Argentina
View †Peltephilus granosus Ameghino, 1902
Rann. Miocene (Coluapian) of Argentina (Chubut)
View †Peltephilus pumilusAmeghino, 1887
Peltephilus strepens Ameghino, 1887 (part)
Rann. Miocene (Upper Coluapian) of Argentina (Chubut), early Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)
View †Peltephilus strepens Ameghino, 1887
Cochlops muricatus Ameghino, 1889 (part), Peltephilus heusseri Moreno et Mercerat, 1891 (nomen vanum González et Laureano, 2010)
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)
Peltephilus grandisMoreno et Mercerat, 1891 (nomen vanum González et Laureano, 2010)
Peltephilus giganteus Ameghino, 1894
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)
Peltephilus sp. Lopez et al., 2011
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (San Juan)
Peltephilus sp. Chaffee, 1952, Flynn et al., 2002, Croft et al., 2007
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Chile (Arica i Parinacota)
Peltephilus sp. Marshall et Sempere, 1991
Avg Miocene (Friasian / Kolloncursky / Lavente) of Bolivia (Potosi)

Peltephilus nanus Ameghino, 1898 (nomen dubium González et Laureano, 2010)
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)

Peltephilus ferox Ameghino, 1891 (nomen dubium González et Laureano, 2010)
Peltephilus clarazianus Moreno et Mercerat, 1891
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)

Genus † Peltetsel - Peltecoelus Ameghino, 1902
Rann. Miocene South America. 1 fossil. view
View †Peltecoelus praelucens Ameghino, 1902 (type)
Rann. Miocene (Coluapian) of Argentina (Chubut)

Genus † Parapeltecels - ParapeltecoelusBordas, 1938
Rann. Miocene South America. 1 fossil. view
View †Parapeltecoelus pattersoniBordas, 1938 (type)
Rann. Miocene (Coluapian / Santacrussian)

Genus † Anantiozodones - AnantiosodonAmeghino, 1891 (nomen dubium)
Rann. Miocene South America. 1 fossil. view
View †Anantiosodon rarusAmeghino, 1891 (type) (nomen dubium González et Laureano, 2010)
Rann. Miocene (Santacruz) Argentina (Santa Cruz)

Genus † Epipeltephiles - Epipeltephilus Ameghino, 1904
? Avg - late Miocene South America. 2 fossils. kind of
Epipeltephilus? sp. Kraglievich, 1930
Avg / late Miocene (Friasian / Kollonkursky / Lavente / Mayoian) of Argentina (Chubut)
View †Epipeltephilus recurvus Ameghino, 1904 (type)
Late Miocene (Mayo) Argentina (Chubut)
View †Epipeltephilus kantiGonzalez-Ruiz et al., 2012
Late Miocene (Chasik) Argentina (Buenos Aires)

Peltephilidae indet.
Late Miocene (Wycker) South. Of America

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