near Proserpine (Paleocene to of Australia)

Where: Queensland, Australia (20.4° S, 148.6° E: paleocoordinates 41.8° S, 144.2° E)

• coordinate based on nearby landmark

• small collection-level geographic resolution

When: Condor Oil Shale Formation, Paleocene to Paleocene (66.0 - 23.0 Ma)

• “lower Tertiary”,

•with palynological studies giving a range of

•“Palaeocene to middle Oligocene” or “Eocene to

•Miocene” (Paine 1972; Green & Bateman 1981). Condor oil shale may be part of Cape Hillsborough Beds or the Plevna Beds.

Environment/lithology: terrestrial; shale

Size class: macrofossils

Primary reference: F. Lapparent de Broin and R. E. Molnar. 2001. Eocene chelid turtles from Redbank Plains, Southeast Queensland. Geodiversitas 23(1):41-79 [P. Holroyd/P. Holroyd]more details

Purpose of describing collection: taxonomic analysis

PaleoDB collection 176507: authorized by Patricia Holroyd, entered by Patricia Holroyd on 15.02.2016

Creative Commons license: CC BY (attribution)

Taxonomic list

Reptilia
 Testudines - Panchelidae
Emydura sp. Bonaparte 1836 sideneck turtle
Emydura s.l. sp.; QM F14318