Trachemys adiutrix

Animal Eyes | Trachemys adiutrix | Turtle this one is one of the turtles that may be rare to come across as having a unique color, these turtles can be encountered in Brazil because there are a lot of tortoise habitat, the following report

Trachemys adiutrix is familiar as the Carvalho's Slider and is an endangered species of turtle in the Emydidae family which is endemic to Brazil. It belongs to the kingdom of Animalia, with the Phylum of Chordata, of the class of Reptilia, by the order of Testudines, and the genus of Trachemys

The oval, rough carapace of 14.4 cm in length and has unserrated marginals, and a low medial keel on 3-4 vertebrals and the hinge less plastron is in yellow with an elaborate pattern of broad, olive-gray, dark-bordered lines.

The head appears to be narrow with a slightly upturned, protruding snout and a medially notched upper jaw and it is black on top, and yellow prefrontal arrow may be present and its chin and throat bear an inverted Y-shaped, yellow mark. Importantly the Males have long, thick tails with the vent beyond the posterior carapace rim. These turtles lay 11-12 hard-shelled eggs, in 2 clutches in a season.

Hispaniolan Slider, or Jicotea is a vulnerable species of turtle in the Emydidae family which mostly found in the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.

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