Emydura subglobosa for sale

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Emydura subglobosa for sale.Emydura subglobosa for sale. is found on islands and rivers in coastal Australia and New Guinea.
Firstly, such Fraser Island, the Jardine River, Daru, Cape York, Stradbroke Islands. And the islands in Torres Strait (Legler and Georges, 1993).
Secondly, these turtles also occur in lowland swamps, which cover large areas of the tropical, open plains.
Secondly, in western Papua New Guinea (Georges Guarino and Bito, 2006). (Adams and Georges, 1996; Georges, 1995; Georges, et al., 2006; Legler and Georges, 1993; Webb, 1978
Thirdly, red-bellied short-necked turtles have olive-colored heads with a yellow-cream stripe running from the tip of the nose through the eye and into the iris (Georges et al. 2008).
Also, a black spot is always present in front of and behind the pupil in Emydura victoriae .And variable in Emydura tanybaraga (Thomson, 2003).
Again, they have a prominent upper jaw and two yellow whiskers on the chin. The same yellow coloration runs along the light-colored jaw line.
Furthermore, the upper neck region is dark gray and the lower, light gray with red streaks running along it. So, this same coloration appears on the bottom jaw and belly of the turtle, although the color can vary among bright orange, yellow.  pink (Legler and Georges, 1993; Ernst and Barbour, 1989). The limbs, tail, plastron, and abdominal regions are all marked with red (Ernst and Barbour, 1989).
Young red-bellied short-necked turtles generally have brighter markings that fade as they grow, with their red color turning pinkish with time (Ernst and Barbour, 1989).
Females are larger in carapace length, but have shorter tails.
while Male carapaces range from 13.3 to 17.3 cm, female carapaces range from 15.2 to 25.5 cm. (Carr, 1952; Ernst and Barbour, 1989; Georges, et al., 2008; Georges, et al., 1993; Legler and Georges, 1993)

Red-bellied short-necked turtles are members of the family of side-necked freshwater turtles, Chelidae. They can be characterized by how they extend and retract their necks. They lay their neck and head sideways, underneath the upper edge of the shell (Werneburg et al., 2009). (Werneburg, et al., 2009)

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