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Late Cretaceous reptilian biota of the La Colonia Formation, central Patagonia, Argentina: Occurrences, preservation and paleoenvironments
Abstract Cropping out on the southeastern margin of the Somun Cura Plateau, the La Colonia Formation (Campanian–Maastrichtian) has yielded, over the last several decades, a varied fossil tetrapodExpand
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New chelid turtles of the lower section of the Cerro Barcino formation (Aptian-Albian?), Patagonia, Argentina
A new chelid species (Prochelidella cerrobarcinae nov. sp.) are described from the Aptian-Albian? Puesto La Paloma Member, Cerro Barcino Formation, northern of Chubut Province, Argentina. The basalExpand
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Comparative neuroanatomy of extinct horned turtles (Meiolaniidae) and extant terrestrial turtles (Testudinidae), with comments on the palaeobiological implications of selected endocranial features
Turtles are one of the least explored clades of reptiles with respect to palaeoneuroanatomy. Few detailed descriptions of endocranial features such as the brain morphology or inner ear exist for exExpand
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A new large panchelid turtle (Pleurodira) from the Loncoche Formation (upper Campanian-lower Maastrichtian) of the Mendoza Province (Argentina): Morphological, osteohistological studies, and a
Abstract A new genus and species of panchelid turtle ( Mendozachelys wichmanni gen. et sp. nov.) from the upper Campanian–lower Maastrichtian Loncoche Formation (southern Mendoza Province, Argentina)Expand
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New species of the long-necked chelid Yaminuechelys from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian–Maastrichtian) of Chubut, Argentina
Abstract A new species of a long-necked chelid from the uppermost Cretaceous (Campanian–Maastrichtian) is presented in this contribution. Yaminuechelys sulcipeculiaris sp. nov. is found in outcropsExpand
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Congruence, non-homology, and the phylogeny of basal turtles
Joyce, W.G. and Sterli J. 2010. Congruence, non-homology, and the phylogeny of basal turtles.–Acta Zoologica (Stockholm) Modern cladistic analysis is characterized by the assembly ofExpand
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High-resolution chronostratigraphy of the Cerro Barcino Formation (Patagonia): Paleobiologic implications for the mid-cretaceous dinosaur-rich fauna of South America
Abstract The Cretaceous Cerro Barcino Formation (Chubut Group) of Central Patagonia, Argentina has yielded a remarkable fossil vertebrate fauna, which form important components of the South AmericanExpand
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Cranial and post-cranial remains and phylogenetic relationships of the Gondwanan meiolaniform turtle Peligrochelys walshae from the Paleocene of Chubut, Argentina
Abstract Peligrochelys walshae is a meiolaniform turtle originally described based on four specimens represented by cranial remains found in the classic locality of Punta Peligro (Chubut, Argentina)Expand
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