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Journal Article
Published: 01 September 2014
Journal of Paleontology (2014) 88 (5): 948–966.
...Joseph A. Corsini; Madelaine Böhme; Walter G. Joyce A bstract Testudo antiqua is one of the few fossil turtle names to have survived the past 200 years of taxonomic reshuffling with its original genus and specific epithet intact. The nine currently known specimens were collected from the middle...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1965
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1965) S7-VII (1): 124–128.
...Joel Mahe Abstract The subfossil skull of the gigantic land tortoise Testudo grandidieri is described from a collection made at Beloha, Madagascar. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute. Reference includes data from Bibliography and Index of Geology Exclusive of North America...
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FFSM 3446.1,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–4...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 2 FFSM 3446.1, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, left lateral, and right lateral views, respectively. Note that while the suprapygal region is damaged, the suture between suprapygal 1 and 2
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FFSM 3446.2,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1 ,...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 3 FFSM 3446.2, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1 , 2 , photographs and illustrations of steinkern and partial plastron in dorsal and ventral views, respectively; 3 , epiplastron in visceral view. Heavy lines represent sulci, light lines bone sutures. See
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FFSM 3446.3,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–4...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 4 FFSM 3446.3, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, right lateral, and left lateral views, respectively. Heavy lines represent sulci, light lines bone sutures. See Figure 2 for labeled bones
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FFSM 3446.4,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1 ,...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 5 FFSM 3446.4, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1 , 2 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal and ventral views, respectively. Heavy lines represent sulci, light lines bone sutures. See Figure 2 for labeled bones and scutes. Scale bar=2 cm.
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SMNS 4450,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–4 ,...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 6 SMNS 4450, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, right lateral, and anterior views, respectively. The anterior view shows the thickness of the epiplastral lip. Heavy lines represent sulci, light lines
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SMNS 51467,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–4 ...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 7 SMNS 51467, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , a partial plastron in ventral view, ventral illustration, visceral view, and anterior view, respectively. Heavy lines represent sulci, light lines bone sutures. See Figure 2 for labeled bones and scutes
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SMNS 4450,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–4 ,...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 8 SMNS 4450, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, left lateral, and anterior views, respectively. The anterior view shows the thickness of the epiplastral lip and the pathological suture and scute
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UFGC 9,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany.  1–3 , ph...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 9 UFGC 9, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–3 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, and left lateral views, respectively. Most of the right side of this specimen is missing, so only the left lateral view is shown. Heavy lines represent
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MT PAL.2012.0.10,  <b>Testudo</b> antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany....
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 10 MT PAL.2012.0.10, Testudo antiqua , middle Miocene of Hohenhöwen, Germany. 1–4 , photographs and illustrations of shell in dorsal, ventral, anterior, and posterior views, respectively. This is the only specimen that preserves an intact pygal bone. Heavy lines represent sulci, light
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Type specimen, IGF 960, of  <b>Testudo</b> globosa  from Le Ville as figured by it...
Published: 01 February 2013
Fig. 5 Type specimen, IGF 960, of Testudo globosa from Le Ville as figured by its author: A) carapace in dorsal view; B) carapace in left lateral view; C) plastron in ventral view. Note that Portis indicated that, in order to improve the visibility of sulci and sutures, the carapace in dorsal
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 2009
Journal of Paleontology (2009) 83 (3): 379–388.
.... campanii ) are present both in the pre-Messinian V1–V2 and Messinian V3 assemblages. Terrestrial tortoises ( Testudo amiatae Pantanelli, 1893, Testudo s.l.) show a different pattern, because they appear only in the V3 assemblage, possibly because they apparently dispersed into Italy as recently...
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Journal Article
Published: 01 March 1964
Journal of Paleontology (1964) 38 (2): 316–324.
... characters are added, and comparisons are made with Gopherus and Geochelone. Validity of European species placed in the genus are discussed. Testudo amphithorax and T. uintensis of the North American Tertiary probably should be assigned to Stylemys. GeoRef, Copyright 2004, American Geological Institute...
Journal Article
Published: 01 May 1961
Journal of Paleontology (1961) 35 (3): 543–560.
...Bayard Holmes Brattstrom Abstract The discovery of several fossil tortoises contribute significantly to our understanding of tortoise distribution in western North America. These include: Gopherus neglectus, n. sp. from the Oligocene part of the Sespe formation, California; Testudo milleri, n. sp...
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Locality and chronology of European fossil tortoises used in the phylogenet...
Published: 01 September 2014
Figure 12 Locality and chronology of European fossil tortoises used in the phylogenetic analysis discussed in this report. Testudo globosa (Upper Valdarno, Italy), Testudo lunellensis (Cova de Gràcia, Spain), Testudo pyrenaica , (Serrat d'en Vaquer, France), Testudo bessarabica (Taraklia
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Representative species of Quaternary bio-events and stratigraphic distribut...
Published: 01 October 2009
Fig. 4 Representative species of Quaternary bio-events and stratigraphic distribution of analyzed samples: a ) Globorotalia inflata; b ) Bulimina etnea; c ) Hyalinea baltica; d ) Globorotalia truncatulinoides excelsa; e ) Leptocyhere transiens; f ) Carinovalva testudo . Foraminifera: black
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Character matrix after Lapparent de Broin (2006b, 2006c) with two additiona...
Published: 01 September 2014
Appendix 2 Character matrix after Lapparent de Broin (2006b, 2006c) with two additional taxa ( Indotestudo forstenii and Testudo kleinmanni ) and two additional characters (18 and 19). The informal names Gracia (middle Pleistocene, Spain), Escale (middle Pleistocene, France), Soave
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Map showing the localities of Paleogene testudinoid turtles in eastern and ...
Published: 01 December 2012
siamensis , possible testudinid; 3. Poundaung Formation, Myanmar; Middle Eocene: indeterminated testudinid; 4. Ula Usu (Wulawusu), Shara Murun (Shalamulun), Inner Mongolia; Late Eocene: Testudo sharanensis ; 5. Shiermacheng, Jiayuguan, Gansu Province; Late Eocene or Oligocene: Kansuchelys chiayukuanensis
Journal Article
Published: 01 January 1979
Bulletin de la Société Géologique de France (1979) S7-XXI (3): 323–327.
... Pleistocene Pleurodira Pliocene Quaternary Relusios sinuatos Reptilia Tanzania Tertiary Testudines Testudinidae Testudo Tetrapoda Trionychidae Trionyx triunguis Uganda Vertebrata ...