earthplatform.com

turtles genus

Environment Search Engine    

Results 1 - 10 from 44 for turtles genus in 0.339 sec.



Family Chelydridae -- Snapping Turtles Genus Chelydra (common snapper - Chelydra serpentina) Genus Macroclemys (alligator snapper - Macroclemys temmincki) Family Emydidae Chyrsemys picta -- Painted turtle (carnivorous, feeding on crayfish, insects, and mollusks Family Trionychidae (soft shell turtles ...
radix.net


The Oceanic Resource Foundation: Underwater Photography / Marine Conservation
Rhizophora, as this wood is heavy and clean burning. Another ... on flippers and internal organs, is now appearing on turtles worldwide. The turtles in Hawaii may be the most severely affected with ... turtles nest at the Playa La Flor each year. Leatherback sea turtles also nest at the site regularly, and green and hawksbill sea turtles ...
www.orf.org


Information Index for Selected Alien Vertebrates in Hawaii - a product of the HEAR project
NOTE: Use the "Find" feature of your browser to quickly locate a particular family, genus, species, or other information. (Further information about searching the HEAR website is also ... Trachemys scripta ssp. elegans (Emydidae) - slider (turtle) Other info: Collections info from Bishop Museum Turtles (general) HEAR info: Lethal Disease Found in Ticks on Reptiles in Florida Uraeginthus bengalus ...
hear.org


Free publications from the Canadian Museum of Nature
Neotoma Most pack rats (rats in the genus Neotoma) are collectors of objects; our Neotoma is a collector of facts. The publications in ... , ON K1P 6P4 Canada List of Publications Amphibians and Reptiles Salamanders Frogs, Toads and Treefrogs Turtles Snakes and Lizards Field Study of Canadian Amphibians and Reptiles The Proper Care of Your ...
nature.ca


CRESLI humpback whale page
Help CRESLI today, become a member Home About CRESLI WHALES, DOLPHINS, AND PORPOISES seals Sea Turtles Coastal and Pelagic Birds Checklist of Species Join CRESLI Calendar Contact CRESLI Join our mailing ... of a humpback are quite long (about 1/3 of the body length), hence the genus Megaptera which translates from Latin as "large winged." In part, due to the large flippers ...
cresli.org


ETI - Turtles of the World: Classification
Casichelydia, and either the megaorder Pleurodira (side-necked turtles, see below) or the megaorder Cryptodira (hidden-necked turtles, see below). There are 13 living families and 289 living species. The oldest fossil turtles have been found in the Triassic deposits of Germany. These fossils have been assigned to the genus ...
www.eti.uva.nl


ETI - Turtles of the World: Turtles CD-ROM
If you are already familiar with the higher classification, the Contents option (under the Go menu) can be used to jump directly to a specific family or genus. Glossary ... as a source for obtaining more in-depth information. MapIt The data used for freshwater turtles has mainly been compiled from Iverson (1992), whereas the sea turtle distributions were modified from ...
www.eti.uva.nl More from this site

Hawksbill Turtle (Eretmochelys imbricata) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Status ESA Endangered - throughout its range Taxonomy Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Testudines Family: Cheloniidae Genus: ... find sponges, their primary food source as adults, and other invertebrates. Hawksbill turtles are unique among sea turtles in that they have two pairs of prefrontal scales on the top ...
www.nmfs.noaa.gov


Kemp's Ridley Turtle (Lepidochelys kempii) - Office of Protected Resources - NOAA Fisheries
Taxonomy Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Chordata Class: Reptilia Order: Testudines Family: Cheloniidae Genus: Lepidochelys Species: kempii Species Description Adult Kemp's ridleys, considered the smallest ... . For more information, please visit our threats to marine turtles page. Conservation Efforts Kemp's ridley turtles are protected by various international treaties and agreements. They ...
www.nmfs.noaa.gov More from this site

Pet Turtle Species
Turtles Aquatic Turtles There are several species of turtles you can keep as pets. Here are four of the most popular ones: Box Turtles (Genus Terrapene ornata ornata) Sliders (Genus Trachemys) Mud Turtles (Genus Kinosternon and Sternotherus) Painted Turtles (Genus ...
petturtle.com




The results are filtered
View all results for turtles genus