A New Species of Trionychid Turtle from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) Fruitland Formation of New Mexico, USA

@article{Joyce2018ANS,
  title={A New Species of Trionychid Turtle from the Upper Cretaceous (Campanian) Fruitland Formation of New Mexico, USA},
  author={Walter G. Joyce and Tyler R. Lyson and Joseph J W Sertich},
  journal={Journal of Paleontology},
  year={2018},
  volume={92},
  pages={1107 - 1114}
}
Abstract. New shell material of a trionychid turtle from the Upper Cretaceous (upper Campanian) Fossil Forest Member of the Fruitland Formation of northwestern New Mexico represents a new species, Gilmoremys gettyspherensis. The material consists of right costals I–III, V, VI, and VIII, left costals V, VII, and VIII, the left half of the entoplastron, the right hypo- and xiphiplastron, and the left hyo-, hypo-, and xiphiplastron. The specimen shows great similarities to the Late Cretaceous… 
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