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Rhinoclemmys nasuta (BOULENGER, 1902)

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Higher TaxaGeoemydidae (Rhinoclemmydinae), Testudinoidea, Testudines (turtles) 
Subspecies 
Common NamesChocoan River turtle, large-nosed Wood Turtle 
SynonymNicoria nasuta BOULENGER 1902: 53
Geoemyda nasuta — SIEBENROCK 1909
Geoemyda punctularia nasuta — MERTENS 1954
Rhinoclemmys nasuta — SMITH 1978
Rhinoclemmys nasuta — KING & BURKE 1989
Rhinoclemmys nasuta — OBST 2003: 18
Rhinoclemmys nasuta — TTWG 2014 
DistributionW Colombia (Pacific drainages of the Quito, Truando, San Juan, Docambado, and Baudo rivers, Valle del Cauca),
NW Ecuador (near Esmeraldas)

Type locality: "Bulun, 160 feet, and from the Río Durango, 350 feet," Esmeraldas Province, Ecuador. elevation.  
Reproductionoviparous. 
TypesSyntypes: BMNH 1947.3.5.54, 1947.3.5.55, 1947.3.5.56, 1947.3.5.57. 
CommentStatus: IUCN 2009 Red List Status: Near Threatened (LR/nt) (assessed 1996, needs updating);

CITES: Not Listed; Colombian Red Data Book: Data Deficient. 
References
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  • Carr, J.L. & Giraldo, A. 2009. Rhinoclemmys nasuta (Boulenger 1902) – Large-Nosed Wood Turtle, Chocoan River Turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs (5): 034.1-034.6
  • Carr, JL, A, Giraldo & M.F. Garces-Restrepo 2012. Rhinoclemmys nasuta. Pp. 315-322. En: Páez, V. P., M. A. Morales-Betancourt, C. A. Lasso, O. V. Castaño-Mora y B. C. Bock (Editores). 2012. V. Biología y conservación de las tortugas continentales de Colombia. Serie Editorial Recursos Hidrobiológicos y Pesqueros Continentales de Colombia. Instituto de Investigación de Recursos Biológicos Alexander von Humboldt (IAvH). Bogotá, D. C., Colombia
  • Castro-Herrera, F. & Vargas-Salinas, F. 2008. Anfibios y reptiles en el departamento del Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Biota Colombiana 9 (2): 251 - 277 - get paper here
  • Cisneros-Heredia, D.F. 2006. Turtles of the Tiputini Biodiversity Station with remarks on the diversity and distribution of the Testudines from Ecuador. Biota Neotrop. 6 (1): 1-16 - get paper here
  • Ernst, C.H. 1980. Rhinoclemmys nasuta (Boulenger). Catalogue of American Amphibians and Reptiles 264:1. - get paper here
  • Ernst,C.H. and Barbour,R.W. 1989. Turtles of the World. Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington D.C. - London
  • McLaughlin, Connor J. and C. Tristan Stayton 2016. Convergent Evolution Provides Evidence of Similar Radiations in Shell Shape in the Turtle Families Emydidae and Geoemydidae Herpetologica Jun 2016, Vol. 72, No. 2: 120-129.
  • Methner, K., & Wicker, R. 1982. Zum Vorkommen von Rhinoclemmys punctularia in Kolumbien (Reptilia: Testudines: Emydidae). Salamandra 18 (3-4): 300-304 - get paper here
  • Obst, F.J. 2003. Sumpfschildkröten. Draco 4 (13): 4-18 - get paper here
  • Restrepo, Mario Fernando Garcés; Natalia Rivera-Domínguez, Alan Giraldo and John L. Carr. 2017. Reproductive aspects of the Chocoan River turtle (Rhinoclemmys nasuta, Geoemydidae) along the Colombian Pacific coast Amphibia-Reptilia 38 (3): 351-361 - get paper here
  • Smith, H. M. 1978. The status of suppressed names and of Callopsis Gray (Reptilia: Testudines). Herpetological Review 9 (3): 93 - get paper here
  • TTWG [Peter Paul van Dijk, John B. Iverson, Anders G.J. Rhodin, H. Bradley Shaffer, and Roger Bour] 2014. Turtles of the World, 7th Edition: Annotated Checklist of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution with Maps, and Conservation Status. 000.v7. Chelonian Research Monographs (ISSN 1088-7105) No. 5, doi:10.3854/crm.5.000.checklist.v7.2014 - get paper here
  • Valencia-Zuleta A, Jaramillo-Martínez AF, Echeverry-Bocanegra A, Viáfara-Vega R, Hernández-Córdoba O, Cardona-Botero VE, Gutiérrez-Zúñiga J, Castro-Herrera F. 2014. Conservation status of the herpetofauna, protected areas, and current problems in Valle del Cauca, Colombia. Amphibian & Reptile Conservation 8 (2): 1–18 (e87) - get paper here
 
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