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- Mauremys is a genus of turtles in the family Geoemydidae (formerly called Bataguridae). Species include: ****anese pond turtle, M. ****onica Yellow pond...
- species "Mauremys pritchardi " was based on a hybrid of unknown origin between a male of this species and a female yellow pond turtle (Mauremys mutica)...
- of this hybrid are the Chinese pond turtle (Mauremys reevesii ) and the Asian yellow pond turtle (Mauremys mutica). While it is not unusual for perfectly...
- between this species and ****anese pond turtle, (Mauremys ****onica) and the Chinese pond turtle, (Mauremys sinensis) as well as with a male Cyclemys (oldhami)...
- Asian Turtle Network: Mauremys annamensis. Version of August, 2006. Retrieved 9 December 2006. Asian Turtle Network: Mauremys annamensis recorded in...
- where Mauremys annamensis is known to exist and overlaps with the range of Mauremys sinensis Mauremys iversoni the Fujian pond turtle Mauremys pritchardi...
- (Testudines: Sacalia × Mauremys). Salamandra. 41: 21-26. PDF fulltext[permanent dead link] Asian Turtle Trade Working Group (2000). "Mauremys ****onica". IUCN...
- The Caspian turtle or striped-neck terrapin (Mauremys ca****a) is a species of turtle in the family Geoemydidae (=Bataguridae), living in the eastern Mediterranean...
- pond turtle ("Mauremys" × iversoni), a hybrid between (usually) males of this species and females of the Asian yellow pond turtle (Mauremys mutica). In...
- Geoemydidae native to Cambodia. Striped-neck terrapin or Caspian turtle, Mauremys ca****a, a testudine in the family Geoemydidae (Bataguridae), native to...
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