Chrysemys picta

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Synonyms for Chrysemys picta

freshwater turtles having bright yellow and red markings

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Latitudinal reproductive variation within a single subspecies of painted turtle, Chrysemys picta belli.
Estimating occupancy of Trachemys scripta and Chrysemys picta with time-lapse cameras and basking rafts: a pilot study in Illinois, USA.
Growth, survivorship and longevity of painted turtles, Chrysemys picta in a southwestern Michigan marsh.
In studies with the turtles Chrysemys picta low testosterone concentrations were observed (30 ng/dL) during the autumn-winter period preceding hibernation (Ernst 1971; Ganzhorn and Licht 1983).
Assessment and Status Report on the Western Painted Turtle Chrysemys picta bellii.
Possible historic effects of pond drying and winterkill on the behavior of Kinosternon flavescens and Chrysemys picta.
Histological Analysis of Thermally Regulated Melanization of Young Chrysemys picta and Trachemys scripta Turtles.
We compared camera traps to hoop nets by estimating probabilities of occupancy and detection for two species (Trachemys scripta, Red-eared Slider; Chrysemys picta, Painted Turtle) in three regions of Illinois.
Linear regression analysis for species abundance and development gradients was conducted for Trachemys scripta, Pseudemys rubriventris and Chrysemys picta using SPSS Vers.
dorsalis in the southern Mississippi drainage region and Chrysemys picta from the rest of the range of the genus, including records of the latter from Culberson and El Paso counties in far west Texas (Strecker 1915; Carr 1952; Raun & Gehlbach 1972; Thomas 1976; Dixon 2000).
Genetic diversity in fragmented populations of Clemmys guttata and Chrysemys picta marginata as shown by DNA fingerprinting.
The bulk of available life history data among the Testudines pertains to freshwater turtles, with long-term data sets available for Chrysemys picta (Wilbur 1975, Tinkle et al.