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Reptilia - Testudines - Trionychidae
It was recombined as Paraplastomenus riabinini by Kuznetsov and Chkhikvadze (1987) and Kordikova (1994); it was recombined as Aspideretoides riabinini by Vitek and Danilov (2010), Vitek and Danilov (2012) and Danilov and Vitek (2013).
|Year||Name and author|
|1987||Paraplastomenus riabinini Kuznetsov and Chkhikvadze|
|1987||Trionyx riabinini Kuznetsov and Chkhikvadze p. 35|
|1994||Paraplastomenus riabinini Kordikova|
|2000||Trionyx riabinini Sukhanov p. 346|
|2010||Aspideretoides riabinini Vitek and Danilov|
|2012||Aspideretoides riabinini Vitek and Danilov p. 51|
|2013||Aspideretoides riabinini Danilov and Vitek|
|2017||Trionyx riabinini Georgalis and Joyce|
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|N. S. Vitek and I. G. Danilov 2010||Largest carapace size approximately 50 cm; can be differentiated from Aspideretoides foveatus by bigger size and sculpture pattern; from Aspideretoides allani by bigger size and presence of sculptured plastral callosities at both large and small sizes; from Aspideretoides splendidus by having inguinal hypoplastral border not thickened and by shape of xiphiplastra.|