Chrysemys


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Related to Chrysemys: Eastern painted turtle
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Noun1.Chrysemys - painted turtlesChrysemys - painted turtles      
reptile genus - a genus of reptiles
Emydidae, family Emydidae - box and water turtles
Chrysemys picta, painted terrapin, painted tortoise, painted turtle - freshwater turtles having bright yellow and red markings; common in the eastern United States
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Rainfall and depredation of nests of the painted turtle, Chrysemys pida.
Observations on the algal genus Basicladia and the Red-Bellied Turtle, Chrysemys rubriventris.
Walker wrote his dissertation on "The Development and Adult Morphology of the Shoulder Region of the Turtle, Chrysemys picta marginata, with Special Reference to the Musculature," which was published in part (J.
Aquatic floated-turning performance among rigid bodies animals have been studied in whirligig beetles (Fish and Nicastro, 2003), boxfish (Walker, 2000), and more recently in a freshwater turtle, Chrysemys picta (Testudines, Emydidae) (Rivera et al.
Reproductive potential, activity, and cycles in the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta.
Eumeces (Plestiodon) farciatus), 3 species of amphibians (including Lithobates sphenocephalus, Litho bates catesbieanus and Notophthalmus viridescens), and 4 species of turtles (including Graptermys geographica, Chrysemys picta, Pseudemys floridana and ApaIone spinifera).
We fared better than Koper and Brooks (1998), who reported violations of assumptions about equal catchability caused inaccurate and imprecise estimates of abundance when collecting Chrysemys picta by hand, basking trap, hoop net and all methods combined.
Researchers documented 10 species of herpetofauna, including three species of anurans (Anaxyrus woodhousii, Pseudacris maculata, Litliobates blairi), three species of turtles (Chelydra serpentina, Chrysemys picta, Apalone spinifera), two species of lizards (P.
Some aspects of color preference, substrate preference, and learning in hatchling Chrysemys picta.