Chrysemys picta


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Related to Chrysemys picta: Eastern painted turtle, Western painted turtle
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Noun1.Chrysemys picta - freshwater turtles having bright yellow and red markingsChrysemys picta - freshwater turtles having bright yellow and red markings; common in the eastern United States
turtle - any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
Chrysemys, genus Chrysemys - painted turtles
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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.
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.
Stomach Chrysemys picta Strongyloides Sciurus carolinensis Intestine papillosis Trichostrongylus Sylvilagusfloridanus, Intestine calcaratus S.
Irwin LK, Gray S, Oberdrster E (2001) Vitellogenin induction painted turtle Chrysemys picta, as a biomarker of exposure to environmental levels of estradiol.
dorsalis in the southern Mississippi drainage region and Chrysemys picta from the rest of the range of the genus, including records of the latter from Culberson and El Paso counties in far west Texas (Strecker 1915; Carr 1952; Raun & Gehlbach 1972; Thomas 1976; Dixon 2000).
Vitellogenin induction in painted turtle, Chrysemys picta, as a biomarker of exposure to environmental levels of estradiol.
The species she studied, Chrysemys picta bellii, or the painted turtle, crawl around drier land too and need safe passage to these areas.
Histological Analysis of Thermally Regulated Melanization of Young Chrysemys picta and Trachemys scripta Turtles.