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  • Common name:

    Cagle's map turtle
  • ESF category:

    A
  • IUCN category:

    Endangered
  • CITES:

    INT - Appendix III
    EU - Appendix C
  • Studbook coordinators:

    Leo Schober
    Michael Richter
  • Register your animals

    To register your animals or if you have other questions, please contact the studbook coordinator.

Species Description

Cagle's map turtle has intricate patterns on the carapace and plastron, as well as serrated edges on the posterior of the carapace, as is typical of all map turtles. It is smaller than most map turtles, and very sexually dimorphic, with males reaching only 4 in (10 cm) carapace length while females can exceed 7 in (18 cm) in carapace length.

Annual reports

2014

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