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Spiny softshell turtle Minnesota DNR Minnesota Department of

Spiny softshell turtle Minnesota DNR Minnesota Department of

Identification. General description: Spiny Softshells have a brown to olive-green carapace. The females are blotched and the males are uniformly colored with dark spots.

Species Profile Spiny Softshell Apalone spinifera SREL

Species Profile Spiny Softshell Apalone spinifera SREL

Description: Apalone spinifera are easily distinguished from other turtles because of their different looking carapace. Unlike most

HerpNet Iowa Reptiles Amphibians Spiny Softshell

HerpNet Iowa Reptiles  Amphibians Spiny Softshell

Description. The spiny softshell is a large Iowa turtle and grows to a carapace length of 17 inches for females (Conant and Collins, 1991 ).

Spiny Soft-shelled Turtle Apalone spinifera Family Trionychidae

Spiny Soft-shelled Turtle Apalone spinifera Family Trionychidae

Pet Information Resource I have a baby Eastern Spiny Soft shell Turtle. I have not set my tank up yet.

Spiny Softshell Turtle Saint Louis Zoo

Spiny Softshell Turtle  Saint Louis Zoo

Like all softshell turtles, spiny softshells have a carapace (upper shell) that is covered with leathery skin, not the horny plates topping most turtle shells.

Spiny softshell turtle BioKIDS Kids' Inquiry of Diverse

Spiny softshell turtle BioKIDS Kids' Inquiry of Diverse

What do they look like? Spiny softshell turtles have soft, flat, rounded carapaces (shells) without large scales. The edges are soft with small spines.

Spiny Softshell Turtle Animal Kingdom Facts Pictures

Spiny Softshell Turtle Animal Kingdom Facts  Pictures

The Spiny softshell turtle is a species of turtle found in many parts of North America and Mexico. They have derived their name from their flexible, rubbery

ATP Care Sheet Spiny Softshells

ATP Care Sheet Spiny Softshells

Medium to very large turtles with a round (hatchling) to oval (adult) skin-covered flattened carapace without scutes or keeling. In the hand they feel something like

ADW Apalone spinifera INFORMATION

ADW Apalone spinifera INFORMATION

The Texas subspecies (A. spinifera emoryi) occupies the Rio Grande to the Spiny softshell turtle nests are often destroyed by raccoons, skunks, and foxes.

Turtle Pictures JungleWalk Animal Posters Animal T-Shirts

Turtle Pictures JungleWalk Animal Posters Animal T-Shirts

Texas Spiny Softshell Turtle More About Turtles Turtles, a generic name for the group of

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