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|A. R. Milner 2004||(after de Lapparent de Broin and Murelaga 1999). Solemydid with shell decorated completely with separate raised tubercles, thin pustules about 1 mm in diameter forming vermiculate ridges towards the medial parts of the pleurals, entoplastral scute possibly oval/rounded and situated towards the anterior of the entoplastron.|