red-bellied turtle

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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: turtle - freshwater turtle of Chesapeake Bay tributaries having red markings on the lower shell
turtle - any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
genus Pseudemys, Pseudemys - sliders; red-bellied terrapin
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The project will remove about 5,000 pounds of trash and transplant aquatic vegetation to revitalize red-bellied turtle and West Indian manatee habitats.
However, hybridization could possibly occur in habitats that have low numbers of turtles between sliders and a closely related species possessing a similar niche such as the northern red-bellied turtle, Pseudemys rubriventris.
The most significant finding of this continuing study is the confirmation of 67 hatchlings (March-May, November), 29 adult females (most gravid; May-August), and 3 juveniles (Sept-Oct) of the Alabama red-bellied turtle.
blue heron and the red-bellied turtle, make their homes in the land
That's sure to diminish its breeding pool and some uncommon species like spotted, Blanding's, box, and red-bellied turtles can't withstand that extra pressure.
Drexel University: $30,034 to assess distribution and abundance of threatened red-bellied turtles and introduce red-eared turtles to determine impacts from competition.
Research on gopher tortoises and red-bellied turtles, and inventories of Grand Bay Savanna, Fort Bayou and Lefleur's Bluff have recently added important data for protection, management, and education purposes.