Chelonia mydas


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Related to Chelonia mydas: Green Sea Turtle, Green turtles
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Noun1.Chelonia mydas - large tropical turtle with greenish flesh used for turtle soupChelonia mydas - large tropical turtle with greenish flesh used for turtle soup
marine turtle, sea turtle - any of various large turtles with limbs modified into flippers; widely distributed in warm seas
Chelonia, genus Chelonia - green turtles
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Identificacion macroscopica y calidad nutricional del contenido esofagico de la tortuga prieta Chelonia mydas agassizzi (Bocourt, 1868) en Usulutan, El Salvador.
Here are five things you need to know about the Alexandria Aquarium: Chelonia mydas at Alexandria Aquarium by Hatem Moushir - Wikimedia commons 1- It is the only museum with living sea creatures in the governorate, and it is a small museum containing several species of fish and creatures from the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea.
Green sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, have been listed and protected in the United States under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) since 1978 (FWS andNMFS, 80 FR 15271).
2003) studied the thickness, ultrastructure, and chemical composition of Chitra chitra eggshells; Osborne and Thompson (2005) described the chemical composition and structure of the eggshell in three lizard species; Areekijseree, Nuamsukon, Chuen-im, and Narkkong (2010) analyzed the ultrastructure and composition of Chelonia mydas eggshell elements; and Kusuda et al.
The status of the hawksbill Eretmochelys imbricata and green turtle Chelonia mydas of Melaka and Negeri Sembilan.
Based on the interviews with different staff from the reserve, we were able to identify nine species: Caretta caretta, Chelonia mydas, Eretmochelys imbricata, Crocodylus acutus, Aristelliger georgeensis, Ctenosaura similis, Iguana iguana, Anolis allisoni, and Aspidoscelis maslini (Table 2).
The predation of eggs and hatchlings turtles, such as Caretta caretta and Chelonia mydas, has been recorded within the range of wild boars' occurrence (Ditchkoff and Mayer, 2009).
The extensive Cuban archipelago contains a wide variety of habitats suitable for the development, foraging and reproduction of different species of marine turtles (Moncada & Nodarse, 1983), among them, the green turtle Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758).
Although some species, such as the loggerhead, Caretta caretta, and green, Chelonia mydas, turtles may vary among populations and individuals in the details of their life history patterns (Hatase et al.
Ces Eles sont un milieu parfait pour les tortues de l'espece Chelonia mydas.