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Geoemydidae (Pond and river turtles)

Wikipedia Abstract

Not to be confused with Geomyidae.The Geoemydidae (formerly known as Bataguridae) are one of the largest and most diverse families in the order Testudines (turtles), with about 70 species. The family includes the Eurasian pond and river turtles and Neotropical wood turtles.
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Genus

Batagur (river terrapins) (6)   (5)
Cuora (Asian box turtles) (13)   (9)
Cyclemys (Asian leaf turtles) (7)
Geoclemys (spotted pond turtles) (1)
Geoemyda (leaf turtles) (2)   (2)
Hardella (crowned river turtles) (1)
Heosemys (forest turtles) (4)   (3)
Leucocephalon (Forest turtle) (1)   (1)
Malayemys (Malayan snail-eating turtles) (2)
Mauremys (stripe-necked turtles) (9)   (5)
Melanochelys (Indian black turtles) (2)
Morenia (2)
Notochelys (Malayan flat-shelled turtles) (1)
Orlitia (Malaysian giant turtles) (1)   (1)
Pangshura (4)   (1)
Rhinoclemmys (neotropical wood turtles) (9)
Sacalia (eyed turtles) (2)   (2)
Siebenrockiella (black marsh turtles) (2)   (1)
Vijayachelys (Cane turtle) (1)   (1)

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