Chelydra


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Variation, sexual dimorphism, and maturity in a Quebec population of the common snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina.
Road mortality of snapping turtles, Chelydra serpentina, in central Ontario during their nesting period.
magnitestis Byrd, Chelydra Wall of species 1939 serpentina Heart inquirenda S.
The snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina, is locally common to abundant and ranges from southeastern Canadian provinces westward to Saskatchewan and throughout the United States east of the Rocky Mountains and in Central America to Ecuador (3).
Acris crepitans Pseudacris clarki Reptilia Testudines Chelydra serpentina 3 1 2 43 Pseudemys texana 3 23 Sternothorus odoratus 1 2 Trachemys scripta 2 2 66 Trionyx spp.
Among aquatic turtles, body temperatures are strongly correlated with water temperature (Brattstrom, 1965; Punzo, 1975; Fitzgerald and Nelson, 2011), but Weathers and White (1971) found evidence of physiological control of heat transfer in several species of turtles, including the common snapping turtle, Chelydra serpentina.
sites where captured) Chelydra Apalone Sternotherus County serpentina spinifera odoratus Bond 5 (4) 2 (1) 1 (1) Macoupin 22 (11) 1 (1) 1 (1) Montgomery 22 (9) 4 (2) 3 (1) Total 49 (24) 7 (4) 5 (3) Table 2.
Chrysemys picta, Chelydra serpentina, Trachemys scripta, Terrapene carolina, and Coluber constrictor.
Daily and seasonal activity patterns of common snapping turtles Chelydra serpentina were investigated from June to September 2001 at Sinking Pond, Coffee County, Tennessee, using radio-telemetry techniques.
Chelydra serpentina from the Late Archaic assemblage.
56 Turtles Terrapene carolina 02 03 02 04 11 Trachemys scripta 09 06 -- -- 15 Graptemys pseudogeographica 01 -- -- -- 01 Chelydra serpentina 02 -- -- -- 02 Macroclemys temminckii 01 -- -- -- 01 No.
Apalone Chelydra Chrysemys Trachemys spinifera serpentina picta scripta 1.
Shorter-term freezing survival of up to several hours has been documented in hatchlings of other species of turtles including Trachemys scripta (red-eared slider), Graptemys geographica (common map turtle), and Chelydra serpentina (common snapping turtle).