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Reptilia - Testudines - Nanhsiungchelyidae
It was recombined as Adocus variolosus by Lambe (1901) and Lambe (1902); it was recombined as Basilemys variolosus by Hay (1902); it was recombined as Basilemys variolosa by Hay (1908), Joyce and Norell (2005) and Danilov et al. (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1875||Compsemys ogmius Cope p. 9|
|1876||Compsemys variolosus Cope|
|1901||Adocus variolosus Lambe p. 65|
|1902||Basilemys variolosus Hay p. 445|
|1902||Adocus variolosus Lambe p. 39|
|1908||Basilemys variolosa Hay p. 226 figs. Plate 32, fig. 4; plate 34, fig. 1; text-fig. 287|
|2005||Basilemys variolosa Joyce and Norell|
|2013||Basilemys variolosa Danilov et al.|
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