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Die Schildkrötenarten der jungtertiären Gattung Clemmydopsis BODA, 1927 (Emydidae - Batagurinae)

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In spite of the revision by WILLIAMS (1954), whose opinions were shared by subsequent authors, a redescription of the genus Clemmydopsis turned out to be necessary. Additional material led to the consideration of three instead of two valid species, C. steinheimensis, C. sopronensis and C. turnauensis. Ecological interpretations have become possible. For each of the three species a new diagnosis and a brief rediscription is given.

Affiliations: 1: Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Systematic and Experimental Zoology, ul. Slawkowska 17, Kraków, Poland; 2: Institut für Paläontologie und historische Geologie, Richard-Wagner-Str. 10, D-8000 München 2, Federal Republic of Germany


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