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Anyone Keeping the Tropical Mud/Musk Turtles?

Discussion in 'Turtles' started by Uromystic, Apr 26, 2008.

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  1. Uromystic

    Uromystic Well-Known Member

    The bulk of my turtle collection is made up of Kinosternid turtles. After many years of keeping turtles I've found these to be my favorite. Below are a few photos of some of the turtles in my collection.

    Female Scorpion Mud turtle (Kinosternon scorpiodes)
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    Male Scorpion Mud turtle
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    Female White Throat Mud turtle (Kinosternon cruentatum abogulare)
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    Female White Throat Mud turtle (different female from one above)
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    Female red Cheek Mud turtle (Kinosternon cruentatum cruentatum)
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    Male red Cheek Mud turtle
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    Male White Lip Mud turle (Kinosternon leucostomum)
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    Female White Lip Mud turtle
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    Male Chiapas Giant Musk turtle (Staurotypus salvini)
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    Female Chiapas Giant Musk turtle
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  2. Uromystic

    Uromystic Well-Known Member

    A few more of my Kinosternids. These are are not Tropical, but native to the U.S.


    Male Razor Back Musk turtle.
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    Male Sonoran Mud turtle
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    Female Sonoran Mud turtle.
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    Male Loggerhead Musk turtle.
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    Male Yellow Mud turtle.
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    Female Yellow Mud turtle.
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    Two female Three Stripe Mud turtles
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    Anyone else keeping Kinosternids?
     
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