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Platemys macrocephala, a New Species of Chelid Turtle from Central Bolivia and the Pantanal Region of Brazil
Anders G. J. Rhodin, Russell A. Mittermeier and J. Robert McMorris
Vol. 40, No. 1 (Mar., 1984), pp. 38-46
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3892458
Page Count: 9
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A new species of chelid turtle, Platemys macrocephala, is described from the upper Rio Mamoré of central Bolivia and the Pantanal region of the upper Rio Paraguai of Brazil. It is most closely related to P. radiolata and differentiated mainly by its wider head, more robust skull, and larger body size.
Herpetologica © 1984 Herpetologists' League