A new basal sinemydid turtle (Reptilia: Testudines) from the Lower Cretaceous Tugulu Group of the Junggar Basin (NW China)

@article{Matzke2004ANB,
  title={A new basal sinemydid turtle (Reptilia: Testudines) from the Lower Cretaceous Tugulu Group of the Junggar Basin (NW China)},
  author={Andreas T. Matzke and Michael W. Maisch and Hans-Ulrich Pfretzschner and Ge Sun and H St{\"o}hr},
  journal={Neues Jahrbuch Fur Geologie Und Palaontologie-monatshefte},
  year={2004},
  volume={2004},
  pages={151-167}
}
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