Chelonia


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Related to Chelonia: order Chelonia, Chelonia mydas, green turtle, Green sea turtles
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Chelonia - green turtlesChelonia - green turtles        
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Chelonia mydas, green turtle - large tropical turtle with greenish flesh used for turtle soup
2.Chelonia - tortoises and turtlesChelonia - tortoises and turtles    
animal order - the order of animals
Anapsida, subclass Anapsida - oldest known reptiles; turtles and extinct Permian forms
chelonian, chelonian reptile - a reptile of the order Chelonia
Chelydridae, family Chelydridae - snapping turtles
family Kinosternidae, Kinosternidae - mud turtles; musk turtles
Emydidae, family Emydidae - box and water turtles
family Trionychidae, Trionychidae - soft-shelled turtles
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Ces Eles sont un milieu parfait pour les tortues de l'espece Chelonia mydas.
The tortoises were seized by the state and were eventually taken to the the Gea Chelonia Foundation Tortoise Center located in the village of Banya.
Persistent organic pollutants in the green sea turtle Chelonia mydas: nesting population variation, maternal transfer, and effects on development.
uk British Chelonia Society members will check your tortoise's health at the Birmingham Nature Centre on Sunday - 0121 472 7775.
Hatching success and nest predation in the green sea turtle Chelonia mydas at Tortuguero, Costa Rica.
Area 1 Area 2 Area 3 Area 4 Area 5 Ponte Alta Member x x x Serra da Galga Member x x VERTEBRATA Vertebrata indet x x x x x PISCES Characiform x x Perciform x x Siluriform x x ANURA Baurubatrachus x pricei REPTILIA Squamata Pristiguana brasiliensis x Chelonia Chelonia indet.
testudinaria is the most often reported sea turtle barnacle and is commonly found on Caretta caretta (loggerhead) and Chelonia mydas (green turtle) dating as far back as the Miocene epoch.
MATTINGLEY, Christobel Chelonia Green Champion of Turtles Allen & Unwin, 2008 96pp $14.
CUTLINE: The Paradise City Arts Festival features work from a wide variety of artisans, such as this Chelonia lamp base by James Eddy of Douglas.