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Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2009
Journal of Paleontology (2009) 83 (3): 379–388.
... depressa , E. campanii , and E. parva . Revision of their type material, together with the study of new fossils from a different but correlated locality, Pian Calcinaio (Scansano), allows one to state that they can be referred to the genus Mauremys and that they belong to one single species. The new...
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Figure  1 — <b>Mauremys</b> campanii  ( Ristori, 1891 ) n. comb.  1, 3,  IGF-11762...
Published: 01 May 2009
Figure 1 — Mauremys campanii ( Ristori, 1891 ) n. comb. 1, 3, IGF-11762V, photographs in dorsal and ventral views; 2, 4, interpretative drawings of the same specimen. Continuous line = bony junction; dashed line = scute sulci. Grey areas indicate fragmented surfaces. Abbreviations: Abd
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<b>Mauremys</b> thanhinensis , nov. sp. Holotype and paratypes  A-B: TF9001, A: ca...
Published: 01 July 2007
Plate I. – Mauremys thanhinensis , nov. sp. Holotype and paratypes A-B: TF9001, A: carapace, B: plastron; A’-B’: interpretation of sutures (continuous lines) and sulci (dotted lines) C-D: TF9002, plastron C: ventral view, D: visceral view; C’-D’: interpretation of sutures and sulci E-F
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A-N:  <b>Mauremys</b> thanhinensis , nov. sp. paratypes  A-B: TF9003, A: carapace,...
Published: 01 July 2007
Plate II. – A-N: Mauremys thanhinensis , nov. sp. paratypes A-B: TF9003, A: carapace, B: plastron; A’-B’: interpretation of sutures (continuous lines) and sulci (dotted lines) C-D: TF9004, C: carapace, D: plastron; C’-D’: interpretation of sutures and sulci E-F: TF9007, anterior part
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Reconstruction of the shell of  <b>Mauremys</b> thanhinensis , nov. sp., left: car...
Published: 01 July 2007
F ig . 2. – Reconstruction of the shell of Mauremys thanhinensis , nov. sp., left: carapace, right: plastron F ig . 2. – Reconstitution de la carapace de Mauremys thanhinensis , nov. sp., à gauche : dossière, à droite : plastron.
Journal Article
Published: 01 April 2014
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2014) 185 (4): 253–256.
... to the living species Mauremys leprosa. We describe here a second turtle taxon based on carapace material. This new taxon is identified as Chelydropsis cf. pontica. It is the first report of a chelydrid turtle in the Pliocene of the Iberian peninsula. This discovery extends the range of the species...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 July 2007
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2007) 178 (4): 305–316.
...Plate I. – Mauremys thanhinensis , nov. sp. Holotype and paratypes A-B: TF9001, A: carapace, B: plastron; A’-B’: interpretation of sutures (continuous lines) and sulci (dotted lines) C-D: TF9002, plastron C: ventral view, D: visceral view; C’-D’: interpretation of sutures and sulci E-F...
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Figure  6 —Stratocladogram of genera  Palaeochelys ,  Promalacoclemmys ,  P...
Published: 01 May 2009
Figure 6 —Stratocladogram of genera Palaeochelys , Promalacoclemmys , Palaeomauremys and Mauremys , from the strict consensus analysis. Absence of remains in the fossil record is indicated by “?”
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Figure  4 —Comparison among the posterior carapacial area of some geoemydid...
Published: 01 May 2009
Hervet and Lapparent, 2000 , fig. 2A); 6, Mauremys sarmatica (interpretative drawing from Hervet, 2004 , pl. 10, fig. H); 7, Mauremys leprosa (interpretative drawing from Hervet, 2000 ). Continuous line = bony junction; dashed line = scute sulci. Abbreviations: M, marginal; Ne, neural; Per
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1979
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1979) S7-XXI (3): 323–327.
...F. de Broin GeoRef, Copyright 2008, American Geological Institute. 1979 Africa Anapsida Cenozoic Chelonia Chordata Cyclanorbis Cycloderma East Africa Emys Erymnochelys Ethiopia evolution Geochelone Kenya Mauremys Miocene Neogene paleontology Pelomedusidae Pelusios...
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Table  1 —Measurements and ratios of carapacial and plastral shields of  Ma...
Published: 01 May 2009
Table 1 —Measurements and ratios of carapacial and plastral shields of Mauremys campanii . Abbreviations: CeL, cervical length; CeW, cervical width; EntoL, entoplastron length; GuL, gular length; GuL on Ento, length of the entoplastron portion covered by gulars; GuW, gular width; HumL, humeral
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Figure  5 —Strict consensus of 792 equally optimal trees (length = 170, con...
Published: 01 May 2009
mlynarskii clusters with all the Mauremys species (the possible reasons of such grouping have been already discussed by Hervet, 2003 ), and that M. portisii is located in a politomy comprising also the extant taxa and the clade M. gaudryi – M. campanii
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Type specimen, IGF 961, of  Emys etrusca  from Colombaiolo as figured by it...
Published: 01 February 2013
Fig. 6 Type specimen, IGF 961, of Emys etrusca from Colombaiolo as figured by its author: A), B) dorsal and ventral view of the shell. According to Chesi (2009) , this material can be referred to Mauremys etrusca . Total length of the shell is 16.3 cm. Type specimen, IGF 965, of Pliochelys
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Graphic representation of correspondence analysis of fossil assemblages fro...
in > Geology
Published: 19 June 2019
associations. Abbreviations: Bb— Bufo bufo ; Bv— Bufotes viridis s.l.; Ca— Coronella cf. C. austriaca ; Eo— Emys orbicularis ; Ha— Hyla gr. H. arborea ; Hv— Hierophis viridiflavus ; La— Lacerta s.l.; Ma— Mauremys sp.; Nn— Natrix natrix s.l.; Pe— Pelophylax sp.; Po— Podarcis sp.; Th— Testudo gr. T
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Map showing the localities of Paleogene testudinoid turtles in eastern and ...
Published: 01 December 2012
Fig. 1 Map showing the localities of Paleogene testudinoid turtles in eastern and southeastern Asia. 1. Maoming basin, Guangdong Province; Late Eocene (this work): Isometremys lacuna , Guangdongemys pingi ; 2. Krabi basin; Late Eocene-Early Oligocene: Mauremys thanhinensis , Hardella
Journal Article
Journal: Geology
Published: 19 June 2019
Geology (2019) 47 (9): 829–832.
... associations. Abbreviations: Bb— Bufo bufo ; Bv— Bufotes viridis s.l.; Ca— Coronella cf. C. austriaca ; Eo— Emys orbicularis ; Ha— Hyla gr. H. arborea ; Hv— Hierophis viridiflavus ; La— Lacerta s.l.; Ma— Mauremys sp.; Nn— Natrix natrix s.l.; Pe— Pelophylax sp.; Po— Podarcis sp.; Th— Testudo gr. T...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 December 2012
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (2012) 183 (6): 641–651.
...Fig. 1 Map showing the localities of Paleogene testudinoid turtles in eastern and southeastern Asia. 1. Maoming basin, Guangdong Province; Late Eocene (this work): Isometremys lacuna , Guangdongemys pingi ; 2. Krabi basin; Late Eocene-Early Oligocene: Mauremys thanhinensis , Hardella...
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Journal Article
Published: 12 April 2013
Geological Magazine (2013) 150 (5): 908–922.
... the phylogenetic relationships of C. chiangmuanensis , a data matrix of 13 informative characters was gathered on the 12 living species and three fossil species. The tree was rooted with the help of two outgroups: Heosemys grandis (Gray, 1860 ) and Mauremys sensu lato...
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Published: 01 July 2013
Journal of Paleontology (2013) 87 (4): 612–634.
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Published: 01 February 2013
Italian Journal of Geosciences (2013) 132 (1): 104–125.
...Fig. 6 Type specimen, IGF 961, of Emys etrusca from Colombaiolo as figured by its author: A), B) dorsal and ventral view of the shell. According to Chesi (2009) , this material can be referred to Mauremys etrusca . Total length of the shell is 16.3 cm. Type specimen, IGF 965, of Pliochelys...
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