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“…(2017) , De La Fuente et al. (2017) and Hermanson et al (2020) , with the potential position of UR-CP-0025 and Francemys gadoufaouaensis ( Pérez-García, 2019 ); Atolchelys lepida ( Romano et al, 2014 ) included inside Bothremydidae. Abbreviations: Ma, million years; mes, mesoplastron; hyo, hyoplastron; hyp, hypoplastron; pe, peripheral.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…(2017) , De La Fuente et al. (2017) and Hermanson et al (2020) , with the potential position of UR-CP-0025 and Francemys gadoufaouaensis ( Pérez-García, 2019 ); Atolchelys lepida ( Romano et al, 2014 ) included inside Bothremydidae. Abbreviations: Ma, million years; mes, mesoplastron; hyo, hyoplastron; hyp, hypoplastron; pe, peripheral.…”
Section: Resultsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Carapace length estimation . In order to establish an estimation of the total length of the carapace to which the fossil fragment belongs, I measured fifteen specimens of extant podocnemidids that I have examined in recent years, as well as the extinct taxa Francemys gadoufaouaensis from Pérez-García (2019) and Atolchelys lepida from Romano et al (2014) ( Data S1 ). Using the software Image J2 ( Rueden, Schindelin & Hiner, 2017 ), I set the scale to the one provided in the photos or figures of the specimens and measured the maximum length of both mesoplastra, peripherals 6, 7, and the total length of the carapace (according to their individual preservation).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Due to the fairly highly nested position of Atolchelys within Pleurodira (whether or not it is a bothremydid – Romano et al, 2014a; Cadena, 2015; Hermanson et al, 2020), and due to the somewhat sparse record of stem-pleurodires (from the Late Jurassic onwards: Romano et al, 2014a; Cadena, 2015; Pérez-García 2019), I accidentally agree with Irisarri et al (2017) in not assigning a maximum age other than that of Node 117. The maximum age assigned by Noonan and Chippindale (2006: table 1) “assumes the Late Jurassic Platychelys actually predates the origin of modern pleurodiria [sic]”, which does not logically follow from the fact that it is close to but outside Pleurodira.…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 95%
“…Pleurodira has long been known to extend into the Early Cretaceous (reviewed by Pérez-García, 2019); pan-podocnemidids within Pelomedusoides have a particularly rich fossil record. At present, the oldest known pleurodire is the late Barremian pan-podocnemidid Atolchelys (Romano et al, 2014a; Pérez-García, 2019; Hermanson et al, 2020), suggesting a minimum age of 125 Ma for this calibration (Romano et al, 2014a; ICS).…”
Section: Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%