river cooter

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Related to river cooter: Pseudemys concinna
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Synonyms for river cooter

large river turtle of the southern United States and northern Mexico

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Diet, growth, body size, and reproductive potential of the Texas river cooter (Pseudemys texana).
Food habits and selective foraging by the Texas river cooter (Pseudemys texana) in Spring Lake, Hays County, Texas.
Changes in habitat with subsequent changes in diet of the Texas river cooter in Spring Lake, Hays County, Texas.
Results--We collected eggs of 82 Texas river cooters and 24 red-eared sliders from 1 April to 7 May 2009.
Larger Texas river cooters produced larger clutch sizes ([F.
There was no relationship between plastron length and clutch frequency for Texas river cooters ([[chi square].
Larger Texas river cooters increased clutch size, as well as egg width, but not egg length.
melanoleucus), Southeastern Crowned Snake (Tantilla coronata), Eastern River Cooter (Pseudemys c.
A new species of coccidian is described from a Texas river cooter, Pseudemys texana, from north-central Texas.
The Texas river cooter, Pseudemys texana Baur, 1893, is a large, basking emydid turtle that ranges from north-central Texas southward to the Gulf of Mexico (Conant and Collins, 1991).
Pseudemys texana Baur, 1893, Texas river cooter (Testudines: Emydidae), adult female, C.
Pseudemys concinna metteri Ward, 1984, Missouri river cooter, adult female, C.
In the southernmost extent of their range (northeast North Carolina and southeast Virginia), red-bellied turtles are sympatric with other large basking turtles, such as eastern river cooters, P.
In a recent study at Reelfoot Lake in northwest Tennessee, researchers from the Tennessee Aquarium marked 4,000 turtles that are being harvested legally for the Chinese market-red-eared sliders, softshells, river cooters, painteds, maps and common snappers.
Variation in shell arching and sexual size dimorphism of river cooters, Pseudemys concinna, from two river systems in Alabama.