Geochelone


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unifilis, Phrynops geoffroanus (BRITO, 2007), Testudo hermanni (MEYER, 1998), Geochelone carbonaria (PIZZUTTO et al.
His two other companions are of a similar but different species, Geochelone becki.
A giant land tortoise, Geochelone Atlas (Falconer & Caytley), from the Pleistocene of Timor I and II.
Breeding the six-footed tortoise Geochelone emys at Wassenaar Zoo.
Observations on the reproductive biology of the land tortoises Geochelone emys and Geochelone yniphora in the Honolulu Zoo.
Faria e Mariana (2001), em sua pesquisa sobre anatomia de Geochelone carbonaria (jabuti), observaram que a origem das arterias renais se deu a partir da aorta dorsal ou da arteria iliaca comum, resultados que se assemelham aos do presente estudo.
Faria e Mariana (2001) descrevem que as arterias renais variam de dois a seis vasos em Geochelone carbonaria (jabuti).
Faria e Mariana (2001) observaram que, em Geochelone carbonaria, as arterias renais emitiram um par de arterias urogenitais, ovarianas ou espermaticas, fato tambem mencionado por Grasse (1978) nos repteis e por Harless e Morlock (1989) nos quelonios.
The fossil record reveals a greater diversity of tortoises in the Pleistocene, all of which are assigned to the genera Geochelone (sensu lato; including specimens assigned to Hesperotestudo) or Gopherus.
A new species of Geochelone from the Pleistocene of Texas.
A new species of Geochelone (Testudinata: Testudinidae) from the Pleistocene of Florida (uSA).
The collective turtle fauna of two late Hemphillian sites in northeastern Nebraska includes at least five aquatic and two terrestrial species of which Geochelone sp.
On this basis, both subgenera and three unidentified species appear to be represented in the collection of late Hemphillian Geochelone plates as follows.
Seeds in feces of Geochelone pardalis (Milton, 1992) and Geochelone gigantea (Hnatiuk, 1978) were represented by 45 and 34 different species of plants, respectively.
Plant dispersal by the Aldabran giant tortoise, Geochelone gigantea (Schweigger).