Emys Dumeril 1806 (pond turtle)

Reptilia - Testudines - Panemydidae

Parent taxon: Emydidae according to E. Vlachos 2018

See also Bickham 1975, Capasso Barbato and Gliozzi 1995, Carroll 1988, Cope 1875, Cope 1884, Frank and Ramus 1996, Hay 1902, Holman 2002, Leidy 1860, Leidy 1865, Lydekker 1889, Owen 1842, Quenstedt 1882, Seeley 1881 and Vlachos and Delfino 2016

Sister taxa: Batagurinae, Callagur, Chelonemys, Chelopus, Chinemys, Chrysemys, Chrysemys inflata, Chrysemys isoni, Chrysemys limnodytes, Cistudo, Clemmys hutchensorum, Clemmys saxea, Deirochelyinae, Deirochelys, Deirochelys floridana, Emydinae, Emydoidea, Emydoidea hutchisoni, Epiemys, Glyptemys, Graptemys, Grayemys, Hardella, Heosemys, Hieremys, Hybemys, Lyssemys, Malacoclemmys, Malayemys, Melanochelys, Morenia, Notochelys, Palaeotheca, Polyechmatemys, Pseudemys, Pseudemys bisornatus, Pseudemys caelata, Pseudemys extincta, Pseudemys hillii, Pseudochrysemys, Pseudograptemys, Pyxidea, Sakya, Senryuemys, Shansiemys, Sharemys, Terrapene, Trachemys

Subtaxa: Emys hordwellensis Emys marmorata Emys orbicularis Emys sinensis Emys vulgaris Emys wermuthi

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Type: Testudo orbicularis

Ecology: aquatic omnivore

Distribution:

• Quaternary of China (1 collection), Croatia (2), the Czech Republic (1), France (6), Germany (4), Greece (10), Hungary (1), Italy (5), Malta (1), Monaco (1), the Netherlands (2), Slovakia (4), Spain (5), the United Kingdom (14), United States (7: California, Sussex)

• Blancan of United States (1: Idaho)

• Pliocene to Pleistocene of Italy (1), United States (1: California)

• Pliocene of China (1), Germany (1), Hungary (1), Italy (1), Moldova (1), Poland (2), Slovakia (3), Ukraine (1)

• Hemphillian of United States (5: California)

• Miocene of the Russian Federation (1), Switzerland (1), United States (1: Oregon)

• Eocene of China (1), the United Kingdom (7), United States (6: Wyoming)

• Paleocene of United States (1: New Mexico)

Total: 101 collections including 104 occurrences

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