The Early Pleistocene cervid genus Eucladoceros is revised. It is concluded that there are three species: E. dicranios (which includes E. sedgwickil), E. tetraceros, and E. ctenoides (which includes E. orticeros, E.falconeri, E. tegulensis, E. ertbornii, E. senezensis and E. darestet). Within medium sized members of the genus Cervus, C. rhenanus is considered to include C. philisi, C. perolensis, C. ischnoceros, and Pseudodama lyra. C. pardinensis is a disinct species, while C. suttonensis is considered a nomen nudum. The cervid material from the Oosterschelde (province of Zeeland, the Netherlands) is described. Two species are present: Eucladoceros ctenoides and Cervus rhenanus.

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J. de Vos, D. Mol, & J.W.F. Reumer. (1995). Early Pleistocene Cervidae (Mammalia, Artiodactyla) from the Oosterschelde (the Netherlands), with a revision of the cevid genus Eucladoceros Falconer, 1868. Deinsea, 2(1), 95–121.