Nueva Especie de Tortuga Terrestre Gigante del Género Chelonoidis Fitzinger, 1835 (Cryptodira: Testudinidae), del Miembro Inferior de la Formación Toropí/ Yupoí (Pleistoceno Tardío/ Lujanense), Bella Vista, Corrientes, Argentina

  title={Nueva Especie de Tortuga Terrestre Gigante del G{\'e}nero Chelonoidis Fitzinger, 1835 (Cryptodira: Testudinidae), del Miembro Inferior de la Formaci{\'o}n Torop{\'i}/ Yupo{\'i} (Pleistoceno Tard{\'i}o/ Lujanense), Bella Vista, Corrientes, Argentina},
  author={Gerardo Gabriel Zacarias and M. C. Silva de la Fuente and Marta S. Fern{\'a}ndez and Alfredo Eduardo Zurita},
Abstract. NEW SPECIES OF GIANT TORTOISE OF THE GENUS CHELONOIDIS FITZINGER, 1835 (CRYPTODIRA: TESTUDINIDAE), FROM THE LOWER MEMBER OF THE TOROPÍ/ YUPOÍ FORMATION (LATE PLEISTOCENE/ LUJANIAN), BELLA VISTA, CORRIENTES, ARGENTINA. A new species of giant tortoise from the upper section of the lower member of Toropí/ Yupoí Formation (late Pleistocene, 58–22 ka) is described. The holotype of this new species was recovered at Arroyo Toropí (10 km south from Bella Vista city, Corrientes Province… 
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