- 1The fossil remains of a large form of Equus caballus L. and of Equus robustus Pomel found in the Norfolk Forest Beds have been described. Most of the specimens are upper or lower cheek-teeth, but there is a small number of limb-bones.
- 2The variability of the dimensions of the third and fourth lower pre-molars has been expressed numerically.
- 3There is not enough material known from the different localities at which the fossils were collected to show whether there are any significant differences between the various lots of fossils.
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