Indotestudo foresternii Choudhury & Bhupathy, 1993 (ex errore)
Forsten's tortoise (Indotestudo forstenii) is an endangered species of tortoise found on Sulawesi, Indonesia. I. travancorica is found in the Western Ghats of India and has been considered as a synonym of I. forstenii previously but is now treated as a separate species.
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Radhakrishnan, C. 1998 Additional record of the travancore tortoise, Indotestudo forstenii (Schlegel & Muller) (TestudinidaReptilia) in Kerala Cobra 34 (Oct.-Dec.): 19-20