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|A. R. Milner 2004||Species of Heleochelydra in which the hyoplastron has the following characters (see Text-fig. 10A): ventral surface covered with prominent raised discrete tubercles; border with entoplastron is straight, suture with epiplastron is angled with its distal end anterior to its medial end; suture with entoplastron occupies half of width of anterior ramus of hyoplastron; medial border between humeral and pectoral scutes not visible.|