figureposted on 20.12.2018, 03:30 by Edwin Cadena, Mary Luz Parra-Ruge, Juan De Dios Parra-Ruge, Santiago Padilla-Bernal
Supporting information Fig. S1. Additional views and location of the finding of Desmatochelys padillai FCG-CBP-75 specimen and its eggs, Testudoolithus osspp. (A). Map showing the location of Villa de Leyva town in Colombia (top) and the geology of the region (bottom), as well as the Monsalve hill where the fossil was found, figure modified from (1). B–C. Right lateroventral view of the posterior region of the shell, showing the hypoplastron (red) and portions of the ilium (green); (D–E). Cross view of one of the naturally fractured blocks that composed the fossil specimen, showing details of the hypoplastron, costal bone, a potential peripheral fragment (blue), and a totally recrystallized egg (green). Abbreviations: co, costal bone; hyp, hypoplastron; ili, ilium; pe, peripheral bone.