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The fossil record of turtles of the clade Testudinoidea is generally poor in South America. Fossil tortoises (Testudinidae) are known from the Late Oligocene to Holocene, but they likely arrived from
TWO NEW PLEURODIRAN TURTLES FROM THE PORTEZUELO FORMATION (UPPER CRETACEOUS) OF NORTHERN PATAGONIA, ARGENTINA
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The discovery of Portezueloemys patagonica new genus and species confirms the coexistence in northwestern Patagonia of a north gondwanan component (Pelomedusoides) and a south gondwana element (Chelidae) during the Turonian-Coniacian.
The oldest and first nearly complete skeleton of a chelid, of the Hydromedusa sub-group (Chelidae, Pleurodira), from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia
A new pleurodiran (side necked) turtle is described on material from the Upper Cretaceous of Patagonia, from sediments outcropping at Cerro Blanco, Yaminue Creek, Rio Negro, Argentina. The sediments
Turtles and Tortoises of the World During the Rise and Global Spread of Humanity: First Checklist and Review of Extinct Pleistocene and Holocene Chelonians.
– We provide a first checklist and review of all recognized taxa of the world’s extinct Pleistocene and Holocene (Quaternary) turtles and tortoises that existed during the early rise and global
A Review of the Fossil Record of Turtles of the Clade Pan-Chelidae
Abstract Turtles of the total Clade Pan-Chelidae have a relatively poor fossil record, which is completely restricted from the Early Cretaceous to Recent of South America and Australasia. The clade
A New Pterosaur from the Jurassic of Cuba
Cacibupteryx caribensis gen. et sp. nov. is a new pterosaur of the family Rhamphorhynchidae found in western Cuba, in rocks of the Jagua Formation (Middle–Upper Oxfordian). The holotype, a skull and
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