Since the ﬁrst study of Moroccan fossil turtles, and the up-dated overview by Lapparent de Broin of Moroccan fossil turtles, abundant new material has been obtained from the Maastrichtian to the Ypresian phosphatic basins of Morocco. Phosphate turtles belong to the two major groups of extant turtles: Pleurodira, mostly represented by the fossil Bothremydidae (more than ten Palaeogene different genera), and Cryptodira, represented by a Maastrichtian “Dermochelyidae” indet., and fossil cheloniids:Tasbacka ouledabdounensisTong & Hirayama, 2002, Thanetian, Argillochelys africanaTong & Hirayama, 2008, Ypresianand “Euclastes group” elements, including “Aff. Rhetechelyssp.” estimated as Maastrichtian in ageand two Palaeocene
species recently attributed toEuclastes wielandi. We also find in the Early Paleocene the genusBrachyopsemys tingitana. A Giant Chelonioid Turtle from the Late Cretaceous of Morocco with a suction feeding apparatus uinique among tetrapods (Ocepechelon bouyai) is recently described.