Recognizing a lost nesting ground: First unambiguous Testudines eggshells from the Eocene, associated with the pleurodiran Eocenochelus (Huesca, Northern Spain)

Miguel Moreno-Azanza, Ester Díaz-Berenguer, Roi Silva-Casal, Adán Pérez-García, Ainara Badiola, José Ignacio Canudo

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