Alternative combination: Osteopygis repandus
Synonyms: Catapleura coatesi Weems 1988, Dollochelys atlantica Zangerl 1953, Dollochelys casieri Zangerl 1971, Dollochelys coatesi Weems 1988, Lytoloma angusta Cope 1870, Toxochelys atlantica Zangerl 1953
Full reference: E. D. Cope. 1868. [A new genus of Chelonia from New Jersey]. Proceedings of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 20:147
Sister taxon: Catapleura ponderosa
- Catapleura repanda: AMNH 2353, a set of postcrania (part of the nuchal, the succeeding three peripherals and a part of the fourth of the right side, the first of the left side, and four other peripherals, one nea). Its type locality is Barnsboro "greensand" (Navesink), which is in a Maastrichtian marginal marine sandstone in the Navesink Formation of New Jersey.
- Dollochelys casieri: I.R.Sc.N.B. No. 163, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Erquelinnes, which is in a Ypresian fluvial gravel in the Tienen Formation of Belgium.
- Dollochelys coatesi: USNM 412109, a partial skeleton. Its type locality is Liverpool Point, which is in a Paleocene marine horizon in the Aquia Formation of Maryland.
- Lytoloma angusta: AMNH 1133, a partial skeleton (three peripheral bones, a fragment of a costal, and a lower jaw, only doubtfully associated). Its type locality is Pemberton Marl Company pit (Hornerstown), which is in a Maastrichtian marginal marine marl in the Hornerstown Formation of New Jersey.
- Toxochelys atlantica: YMP 625, a shell. Its type locality is Barnsboro "greensand" (Hornerstown), which is in a Maastrichtian marginal marine horizon in the Hornerstown Formation of New Jersey.
Distribution: found only at Barnsboro "greensand" (Navesink)
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