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Chelidae ( ′kelə′dē ) ( vertebrate zoology ) The side-necked turtles, a family of reptiles in the suborder.

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Fauna of Australia 2A - Reptilia - Chelonia - Chelidae
Reptilia, Testudines, Chelidae, Acanthochelys macrocephala
Reptilia, Testudines, Chelidae, Acanthochelys macrocephala: Distribution extension, geographic distribution map, and hatchling morphology.
Reptilia, Testudines, Chelidae, Platemys platycephala platycephala
The Side-Necked Turtle Family Chelidae:
necked turtles of the family Chelidae are ana- lyzed using Group 1. Family Chelidae (Pseudemydura, Emy- .
Family Genus Species Chelidae Chelus fimbriatus Platemys

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Los animales más feos del mundo
La tortuga matamata es de la familia Chelidae y se encuentra a lo largo de Sudamérica, generalmente en aguas profundas. Se alimenta generalmente de invertebrados acuáticos.

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Chelidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chelidae are one of the three living families of the turtle suborder Pleurodira and are commonly called the Austro-South American Side Neck turtles.
Category:Chelidae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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ADW: Chelidae: Pictures
Family Chelidae (Austro-American side-necked turtles). Information · Pictures · Classification. [1] 2 Next 5 items ».
3 avr. 2010 Présentation de toutes les espèces de tortues aquatiques à cou de serpent amerique du sud.
Chelidae – freshwater turtles
Jul 2, 2004 The family Chelidae is endemic to Australia, New Guinea, and South America and consists of some 40 species of freshwater turtle.

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