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Reptilia - Testudines
It was assigned to Amphichelydia by Estes (1964) and Kuhn (1966); to Cryptodira by Ostrom (1970), Gaffney (1972) and Carroll (1988); and to Paracryptodira by Gaffney (1975), Lyson and Joyce (2011), Lively (2015), Pérez-García et al. (2015), Lively (2016) and Joyce and Anquetin (2019).
|Year||Name and author|
|1964||Baenoidea Estes p. 96|
|1966||Baenoidea Kuhn p. 24|
|1970||Baenoidea Ostrom p. 57|
|1972||Baenoidea Gaffney pp. 248-249|
|1975||Baenoidea Gaffney p. 427|
|2011||Baenoidea Lyson and Joyce pp. 792-793|
|2015||Baenoidea Pérez-García et al.|
|2019||Baenoidea Joyce and Anquetin|
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If no rank is listed, the taxon is considered an unranked clade in modern classifications. Ranks may be repeated or presented in the wrong order because authors working on different parts of the classification may disagree about how to rank taxa.
|T. R. Lyson and W. G. Joyce 2011||‘‘Baenoidea’’ refers to the clade originating from the most recent common ancestor of Pleurosternon (orig. Platemys) bullockii Owen, 1842 and Baena arenosa Leidy, 1870 and may not include any species of Recent turtle.
Jugal process contributes to the posterior most portion of labial ridge; deep cheek emargination reaches at least ventral margin of orbit.