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Fig. 10 | BMC Evolutionary Biology

Fig. 10

From: A toothed turtle from the Late Jurassic of China and the global biogeographic history of turtles

Fig. 10

The vicariant origin of the primary clades of turtles. a the early or complete fossil record of the clades Pan-Chelidae, Pan-Pelomedusoides, Paracryptodira, Pan-Cryptodira and Cryptodira imposed upon a paleogeographic reconstruction for the Late Jurassic (modified from [142]) highlighting the biogeographic areas of southern Gondwana, northern Gondwana, Euramerica and Asia, respectively. b the complete fossil record of the clades Meiolaniformes, Helochelydridae, and Sichuanchelyidae imposed upon the paleogeographic reconstruction for the Late Jurassic (modified from [142]) illustrating the biogeographic areas of southern Gondwana, Euramerica and Asia, respectively

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