Alternative combinations: Adocus pectorale, Adocus pectoralis, Pleurosternum pectorale
Synonyms: Adocus petrosus Cope 1868, Agomphus masculinus Wieland 1905, Agomphus petrosus Cope 1868, Agomphus tardus Wieland 1905, Agomphus turgidus Cope 1870, Emys petrosus Cope 1868, Emys turgidus Cope 1870
Full reference: E. D. Cope. 1870. Synopsis of the Extinct Batrachia, Reptilia and Aves of North America. Part II. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society, New Series 14:105-235
- Agomphus pectoralis: AMNH 1478, a partial shell (both hyoplastral bones). Its type locality is David Haine's Marl Pit, Medford, which is in a Maastrichtian/Paleocene marine horizon in the Hornerstown Formation of New Jersey.
- Adocus petrosus: AMNH 1482, a partial skeleton (a portion of the right hyoplastron; 5 peripheral bones, with perhaps a fragment of another; portions of four costal bones; a fragment of the right hypoplastron;). Its type locality is Gloucester city, which is in a Campanian marginal marine horizon in New Jersey.
- Agomphus masculinus: YPM 671, a partial shell (complete plastron and some portions of the carapace, including some of the hinder peripherals). Its type locality is West Jersey Marl Company's Pit, Barnsboro, which is in a Maastrichtian terrestrial sandstone/marl in the New Egypt Formation of New Jersey.
- Agomphus tardus: YPM 774, a partial shell (most of the nuchal, the second and the fifth neurals, the first and second left costals; fragments of the third and fifth, and the whole of the eighth right cos). Its type locality is Pemberton Marl Company pit (Hornerstown), which is in a Maastrichtian marginal marine marl in the Hornerstown Formation of New Jersey.
- Emys turgidus: AMNH 1481, a partial shell (both hyoplastra somewhat damaged; the entoplastron; the fourth neural; the proximal ends of the third, fourth, fifth, and sixth costals of the left side, and of).
• Paleocene of United States (2: South Carolina collections)
• Cretaceous to Paleogene of United States (1: New Jersey)
Total: 3 collections each including a single occurrence
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