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A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017

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A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman. 2017. Identification of Podocnemididae (Pleurodira) in the British record by the first specimen of the coastal Eocenochelus recognized outside Continental Europe. Proceedings of the Geologists’ Association 128(5-6):757-763 [E. Vlachos/E. Vlachos/P. Mannion]
Metadata
ID number:  62846
Created:  2017-07-21 12:44:43
Modified:  2018-06-08 19:23:38
Publication type:  journal article
Taxonomy:  stated with evidence
Language:  English
DOI:  10.1016/j.pgeola.2017.06.001
Taxonomic opinions (6) - view classification
'Eocenochelus belongs to Erymnochelyinae' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
'Erymnochelyinae belongs to Podocnemididae' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
'Pelomedusoides belongs to Pleurodira' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
'Pleurodira belongs to Testudines' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
'Podocnemididae was reranked as the unranked clade Podocnemidae and belongs to Podocnemidoidea' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
'Podocnemidoidea belongs to Pelomedusoides' according to A. Pérez-García and S. Chapman 2017
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