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A pangolin from the French Quercy phosphorites
Abstract book of the 18th Conference of the EAVP
FOSSIL SELACHIANS FROM THE BANDAH FORMATION
A new stem hystricognathous rodent from the Eocene of Tunisia
Physogaleus hemmooriensis, a new shark species from the early to middle Miocene of the north sea basin
La Poche à phosphate de Ste-Neboule (Lot) et sa faune de vertébres du Ludien Supérieur. 3- ChéloniensEocene; Quercy phosphorites
Cite this article: de Broin F., 1978. La Poche à phosphate de Ste-Neboule (Lot) et sa faune de vertébres du Ludien Supérieur. 3- Chéloniens. Palaeovertebrata 8 (2-4): 181-190.
The few remains recently collected at Ste Néboule (upper Eocene) belong to three genera: the Testudinid Ergilemys, of which it is the oldest occurence in Western Europa, probably Palaeochelys and an unpublished genus, which is peculiar to the Phosphorites du Quercy. Some statements are made on the chelonian fauna as a whole in that région. After the study of some characters proper to the genus Ergilemys, some remarks are made concerning its antecedents and descendants.
Published in Vol. 08, Fasc. 2-4 (1978)