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Reptilia - Testudines
It was synonymized subjectively with Plesiochelys solodurensis by Lapparent de Broin et al. (1996); it was considered a nomen dubium by Pérez-García (2015); it was recombined as Jurassichelon moseri by Anquetin et al. (2017).
|Year||Name and author|
|1965||Thalassemys moseri Bräm p. 155 figs. Plate 8, figs 2-3|
|2008||Thalassemys moseri Danilov and Parham|
|2008||Thalassemys moseri Pérez-García et al.|
|2013||Thalassemys moseri Pérez-García and Murelaga|
|2014||Thalassemys moseri Anquetin et al.|
|2014||Thalassemys moseri Perea et al.|
|2014||Thalassemys moseri Puntener et al.|
|2017||Jurassichelon moseri Anquetin et al.|
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|J. Anquetin et al. 2017||Jurassichelon moseri can be diagnosed as a representative of Jurassichelon by the full list of shell characters provided above for that taxon. Jurassichelon moseri differs from Jurassich- elon oleronensis by having thicker shell bones, wider lateral peripherals that are connected to the plastron by a sutural contact, absence of lateral plastral fontanelles, and a reduced, though sutural, midline contact of the plastral elements.|