Testudinid shell fragments from the Kem Kem Group. Partial plastron with sutures (UCRC PV165) in (A) dorsal and (B) ventral view. Large shell fragment (UCRC PV166) with sutures highlighted by red and dark lines (C). Rounded and smooth shell fragment (MNHN-MRS 290) (D). MNHN-MRS 382 (E). Dark-colored carapace elements from Kouah Trick locality (MNHN-MRS 1813-1815) in (F, H, J) dorsal and (G, I, K) ventral view. Scale bar equals 5 cm.

  Part of: Ibrahim N, Sereno PC, Varricchio DJ, Martill DM, Dutheil DB, Unwin DM, Baidder L, Larsson HCE, Zouhri S, Kaoukaya A (2020) Geology and paleontology of the Upper Cretaceous Kem Kem Group of eastern Morocco. ZooKeys 928: 1-216. https://doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.928.47517