Map T(Graptemys Goegraphica)

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Map T(Graptemys Goegraphica).The Northern Map turtle has a low shell with a serrated rear margin.

The shell is brown in colour and has an intricate network of map like yellow lines giving it its name.

The feet are large and fully webbed and it is an excellent swimmer.

The Map turtle inhabits large bodies of water in and around the Great Lakes.

It has large crushing surface in its mouth that helps it eat its preferred prey of crustaceans and mollusks. Map turtles like to bask on logs and deadfalls but are very wary and flee to the water at the slightest movement.

The status of the Map turtle is listed as special concern both provincially and federally. They are protected from collection and ownership in Ontario under the Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act.

The Common Map Turtle is the most widely distributed Map Turtle in all of North America.

It is however, one of the least available to keepers.

Not easily bred in captivity, most breeders don’t even try. So it is a true rarity to ever see them available.

Common Map Turtles are a pretty tan/ green color as juveniles.

 

The Common Map Turtle: Graptemys geographica

with subtle shell patterning, giving way to olive brown as adults. Their head and neck has a very detailed yellow gold pin striping very similar to Chinese Golden Thread Turtles – only brighter.

Remember, each turtle order comes with a free starter sample of the same Turtle diet your Turtle has been raised on – this will last one small turtle a few weeks

It has large crushing surface in its mouth that helps it eat its preferred prey of crustaceans and mollusks. Map turtles like to bask on logs and deadfalls but are very wary and flee to the water at the slightest movement.

Map T(Graptemys Goegraphica).The Northern Map turtle has a low shell with a serrated rear margin.

The shell is brown in colour and has an intricate network of map like yellow lines giving it its name.

The feet are large and fully webbed and it is an excellent swimmer.

The Map turtle inhabits large bodies of water in and around the Great Lakes.

It has large crushing surface in its mouth that helps it eat its preferred prey of crustaceans and mollusks. Map turtles like to bask on logs and deadfalls but are very wary and flee to the water at the slightest movement.

 

The Common Map Turtle: Graptemys geographica

 

The status of the Map turtle is listed as special concern both provincially and federally. They are protected from collection and ownership in Ontario under the Fish & Wildlife Conservation Act.

The Common Map Turtle is the most widely distributed Map Turtle in all of North America.

It is however, one of the least available to keepers.

Not easily bred in captivity, most breeders don’t even try. So it is a true rarity to ever see them available.

Common Map Turtles are a pretty tan/ green color as juveniles.

with subtle shell patterning, giving way to olive brown as adults. Their head and neck has a very detailed yellow gold pin striping very similar to Chinese Golden Thread Turtles – only brighter.

Remember, each turtle order comes with a free starter sample of the same Turtle diet your Turtle has been raised on – this will last one small turtle a few weeks

It has large crushing surface in its mouth that helps it eat its preferred prey of crustaceans and mollusks. Map turtles like to bask on logs and deadfalls but are very wary and flee to the water at the slightest movement.

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