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Named By: M. Spaulding, J. J. Flynn & R. K. Stucky in 2010
Time Period: Middle Eocene
Location: USA, Wyoming - Bridger Formation
Size: Roughly 72 centimetres long
Diet: Carnivore
Fossil(s): Almost complete individual
Classification: | Chordata | Mammalia | Carnivoramorpha |

Dawsonicyon is an extinct genus of basal carnivoramorphan which existed in Wyoming, United States, during the middle Eocene. Fossils are known from the 'Bridger B', site of Black's Fork member of the Bridger Formation and includes an almost complete skeleton (holotype DMNH 19585). It was first named by Michelle Spaulding, John J. Flynn and Richard K. Stucky in 2010 and the type species is Dawsonicyon isami.

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