Dermatemydidae
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The Dermatemydidae are a
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s. The family was named by John Edward Gray in 1870, and its only extant genus is '' Dermatemys''.


Subtaxa

*†''Baptemys'' *'' Dermatemys'' *†''Gomphochelys'' *†''Notomorpha''


References

;Bibliography * * Dermatemydidae, Turtle families Taxa named by John Edward Gray Extant Late Cretaceous first appearances Maastrichtian taxonomic families Danian taxonomic families Selandian taxonomic families Thanetian taxonomic families Ypresian taxonomic families Lutetian taxonomic families Bartonian taxonomic families Priabonian taxonomic families Rupelian taxonomic families Chattian taxonomic families Aquitanian taxonomic families Burdigalian taxonomic families Langhian taxonomic families Serravallian taxonomic families Tortonian taxonomic families Messinian taxonomic families Zanclean taxonomic families Piacenzian taxonomic families Gelasian taxonomic families Calabrian taxonomic families Ionian taxonomic families Tarantian taxonomic families Holocene taxonomic families {{Turtle-stub