Triassic turtles from Pangea: The legacy from South America

@article{Fuente2020TriassicTF,
  title={Triassic turtles from Pangea: The legacy from South America},
  author={M. D. L. Fuente and Juliana Sterli and V. Krapovickas},
  journal={Journal of South American Earth Sciences},
  year={2020},
  pages={102910}
}
Abstract The Triassic is a key period in turtle evolution for three main reasons: First, the oldest fully shelled body-fossil records of the clade Testudinata come from Late Triassic (Norian) rocks. Second, tracks attributed putatively to turtles (Chelonipus isp.) are reported from the Early Triassic of North America and from the Middle and Late Triassic of Europe. Third, the undisputed sister taxon (Odontochelys semitestacea from the Carnian of China) and some putative successive sister group… Expand

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