red-bellied turtle


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Synonyms for red-bellied turtle

freshwater turtle of Chesapeake Bay tributaries having red markings on the lower shell

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Similarly, Ernst and Norris (1978) reported reduced algal colonization on the carapace of Red-bellied Turtles (Chrysemys rubriventris), which bask during the summer in Virginia.
scripta was the northern red-bellied turtle, Pseudemys rubriventris.
rubriventris are high, the association of red-bellied turtles with development would not be as significant.
NESTING ACTIVITY IN THE ALABAMA RED-BELLIED TURTLE (PSEUDEMYS ALABAMENSIS).
A study of nesting activity in the Alabama red-bellied turtle was conducted in the vicinity of the Mobile Bay causeway (Baldwin Co.
Florida red-bellied turtles (Pseudemys nelsoni) are more resistant to disarticulation than peninsula cooters (Pseudemys floridana) probably because their high [equivalent to] domed shells are much thicker, possibly an adaptation against alligator attacks (Jackson, 1989).
Morphometric analysis and taxonomy of cooter and red-bellied turtles in the North American genus Pseudemys (Emydidae).
ROAD-KILL SURVEY OF ALABAMA RED-BELLIED TURTLES ON THE MOBILE BAY CAUSEWAY--XIII.
A systematic, road-kill survey was conducted on the Mobile Bay Causeway (US 90 / 98) from April 2001 through December 2013 to assess the numbers of Alabama red-bellied turtles (Pseudemys alabamensis) killed by automobile traffic.
A systematic, road-kill survey was conducted on the Mobile Bay Causeway from April 2001 to December 2008 to assess the numbers of Alabama red-bellied turtles (Pseudemys alabamensis) that were killed by automobile traffic.