Red Eared Slider Turtles

Author: Jordan Patterson
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ISBN: 9780793802531
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Discusses the physical characteristics, behavior, health, and breeding of turtles.

Red Eared Sliders

Author: Katrina Smith
Editor: TFH Publications
ISBN: 9780793837090
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The most common turtle found in home aquariums, red-eared sliders are great pets for both novice and experienced turtle keepers. Written by a turtle rescuer and rehabilitator, Red-Eared Sliders is an all-inclusive guide to caring for this popular turtle species.

Red Eared Slider Turtle

Author: Leonardo Jose
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The most common turtle found in home aquariums, red-eared sliders are great pets for both novice and experienced turtle keepers. Originally a native of warm climates, these semi-aquatic turtles love to bask in the sun when they aren't foraging for food. In this book you will find all the information you need to know about red-eared slider turtle which include: housing, natural habitat, physical qualities and more.

Red Eared Sliders For Novices

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The scientific name for the red-eared slider is Chrysemys scripta elegans (formerly Trachemys scripta elegans), and it belongs to the Emydidae family. It is an aquatic turtle, a strong swimmer, and in the wild, will commonly be seen basking on rocks, logs, or other surfaces above the water. Turtles are reptiles, and cold-blooded, so they must rely on external heat sources for warmth. They will bask in sunlight, and in the wild, burrow down into the earth to hibernate in winter. The three main concerns in keeping a Red-eared Slider healthy are warmth, clean water, and proper diet.Properly caring for a turtle is more complicated than most people think. An adult, not a child, must take primary responsibility for maintaining and cleaning the housing, feeding, and monitoring the turtle for any signs of illness.This beginners guide provides vital information on the origin, physical attributes, how to buy, temperament, health problems, feeding, and socialization of this wonderful petsGet your copy today by scrolling up and clicking Buy Now to get your copy today

Red Eared Sliders

Author: Mason Gabby
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The Red-eared Slider Turtle may be tricky to domesticate and care for, but given the right kind of environment, attention and love, can make for an interesting long-term companions. While small in size and largely aquatic by nature, as exotic pets, Red-eared Slider Turtles require specific housing, diet, basking and healthcare conditions for their optimal development. Through this pet care guide, you will gain access to a plethora of information, tips and advice on the ideal habitat, housing conditions, nutritional requirements and healthcare that pet Red-eared Slider Turtles should be provided with.

Red Eared Slider Turtle

Author: Philip Baker
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Red-eared slider turtles can be compensating pets. They sport appealing yellow and green markings, alongside particular red patches behind their eyes. What's more, they regularly are very friendly with their proprietors. Be that as it may, they are a genuinely significant endeavor with regards to their consideration. Those charming little turtle hatchlings you see available to be purchased will develop into huge, extensive, and to some degree chaotic oceanic turtles. Be ready for how much space and cleaning they will require. Red-eared slider turtles are dynamic pets that appreciate swimming and plunging. Hostage brought into the world red-eared sliders will in general be more amiable and more friendly than those conceived in nature. Indeed, wild turtles are probably going to vanish into their shells or submerged when they hear or see anything (or anybody) drawing closer, while hostage reared sliders may really swim up to you anticipating a treat.

Red Eared Sliders

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The scientific name for the red-eared slider is Chrysemys scripta elegans and it belongs to the Emydidae family. It is an aquatic turtle, a strong swimmer, and in the wild, will commonly be seen basking on rocks, logs, or other surfaces above the water. Turtles are reptiles, and cold-blooded, so they must rely on external heat sources for warmth. They will bask in sunlight, and in the wild, burrow down into the earth to hibernate in winter. The three main concerns in keeping a Red-eared Slider healthy are warmth, clean water, and proper diet. Properly caring for a turtle is more complicated than most people think. An adult, not a child, must take primary responsibility for maintaining and cleaning the housing, feeding, and monitoring the turtle for any signs of illness. This beginner's guide provides vital information on the origin, physical attributes, temperament, health problems, feeding, and socialization of this wonderful pets

Red Eared Sliders For Novice

Author: Jones Dean
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The scientific name for the red-eared slider is Chrysemys scripta elegans (formerly Trachemys scripta elegans), and it belongs to the Emydidae family. It is an aquatic turtle, a strong swimmer, and in the wild, will commonly be seen basking on rocks, logs, or other surfaces above the water. Turtles are reptiles, and cold-blooded, so they must rely on external heat sources for warmth. They will bask in sunlight, and in the wild, burrow down into the earth to hibernate in winter. The three main concerns in keeping a Red-eared Slider healthy are warmth, clean water, and proper diet.Properly caring for a turtle is more complicated than most people think. An adult, not a child, must take primary responsibility for maintaining and cleaning the housing, feeding, and monitoring the turtle for any signs of illness.This beginners guide provides vital information on the origin, physical attributes, how to buy, temperament, health problems, feeding, and socialization of this wonderful pets.

All About Red Eared Sliders

Author: August Shaw
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Red Ear Slider Turtles are social creatures that like to hang around with their own kind whenever possible. They may not have a huge reputation for not making any particular or distinguishing sound, but they do in fact communicate with each other through touch and vibrations!They are easy to feed, maintain and if you are looking for a silent yet still caring pet that will keep you company for a very long time, then the Red Ear Slider Turtle is the perfect pet for you! This book contains information about everything you need to know regarding where to buy a Red Ear Slider Turtle, its behavior, its cost, how to handle and deal with it, husbandry, diet, and so much more. What are you waiting for? The world of Red Ear Slider Turtle awaits!Red Ear Slider Turtle care, where to buy, types, behavior, cost, handling, husbandry, diet, and much more included!get this wonderful book now

Red Eared Sliders

Author: Austin Brown
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Have you always wanted a Red-eared Slider Turtle for a pet, but didn't have enough information on where to buy one or how to raise it? If yes, then this book has been especially written for you! The Red-eared Slider Turtle may be tricky to domesticate and care for, but given the right kind of environment, attention and love, can make for an interesting long-term companions. While small in size and largely aquatic by nature, as exotic pets, Red-eared Slider Turtles require specific housing, diet, basking and healthcare conditions for their optimal development. Through this pet care guide, you will gain access to a plethora of information, tips and advice on the ideal habitat, housing conditions, nutritional requirements and healthcare that pet Red-eared Slider Turtles should be provided with.get this book now

Red Eared Slider Turtle

Author: Dr William Carter
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The most common turtle found in home aquariums, red-eared sliders are great pets for both novice and experienced turtle keepers. Originally a native of warm climates, these semi-aquatic turtles love to bask in the sun when they aren't foraging for food. In this book you will find all the information you need to know about red-eared slider turtle which include: housing, natural habitat, physical qualities and more.

Red Eared Sliders

Author: Philippe De Vosjoli
Editor: Fox Chapel Publishing
ISBN: 1937049671
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The remarkable red-eared slider is a freshwater turtle that belongs to the Emydidae family of turtles, of which there are currently fourteen subspecies. Although popular pets among children, red-eared sliders require a considerable amount of special care, and this colorful guide provides the necessary information to keep these turtles properly attended in captivity. Red-Eared Sliders, written by herp expert Philippe de Vosjoli, provides guidelines for keepers who wish to have success keeping, displaying, and breeding red-eared sliders and other popular freshwater turtles. This Advanced Vivarium Systems title includes information about selecting a healthy example, quarantine and acclimation considerations, housing needs, water and feeding, as well as solid advice about keeping red-eared sliders healthy and thriving. A separate chapter on diseases and disorders provides a complete primer on the health needs and veterinary care of these rewarding reptiles.

Red Eared Sliders Care Guides

Author: Tyron Robert Robert
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Have you always wanted a Red-eared Slider Turtle for a pet, but didn't have enough information on where to buy one or how to raise it? If yes, then this book has been especially written for you! The Red-eared Slider Turtle may be tricky to domesticate and care for, but given the right kind of environment, attention and love, can make for an interesting long-term companions. While small in size and largely aquatic by nature, as exotic pets, Red-eared Slider Turtles require specific housing, diet, basking and healthcare conditions for their optimal development.

The General Care And Maintenance Of Red Eared Sliders And Other Popular Freshwater Turtles

Author: Philippe De Vosjoli
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ISBN: 9781882770120
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When kept properly, red-eared sliders will delight their owners with their beauty, intelligence fascinating behaviors, and a lifespan of up to 25 years or longer. Learn how to simulate aspects of a pond or lake in your home vivarium, how to determine the sex of your turtle, how to breed red-eared sliders along with proven techniques for feeding, heating, filtering the water and the use of plants. You'll be amazed by what you didn't know! Color photos of different morphs and other popular freshwater turtles

Thermal Tolerance Determination Of The Red Eared Slider Trachemys Scripta Elegans

Author: Abigail Tatum
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Red-eared sliders (Trachemys scripta elegans) are considered one of the most abundant and successful invasive turtle species in the world. Currently, red-eared sliders are known to have reproducing populations on every continent with the exception of Antarctica. In areas where they have become established, red-eared sliders often outcompete and in some areas extirpate native turtle fauna. A key adaptation recognized in red-eared sliders is their ability to survive a wide range of environmental temperatures. Across their native range, the turtles are noted to survive long-term winter freezing temperatures, as well as prolonged exposure to summer temperature extremes. Although temperature plays an important role in shaping red-eared slider ecology and distribution, relatively little is known about their thermal requirements. This study is the first to use Critical and Chronic Thermal Methodology to define the red-eared slider's thermal niche. The chronic maximum temperature was 43°C ± 0.3, while the chronic minimum was 18°C ± 0.3. Critical Thermal Maximum increased in correlation to acclimation temperature, 41.8°C ± 0.3 at 15°C, 43.2°C ± 0.3 at 22°C, 44.1°C ± 0.5 at 28°C, and 45.7°C ± 0.2 when acclimated to 35°C. Critical Thermal Minimum also increased in relation to the acclimation temperature, -0.04°C ± 0.3 at 15°C, 2.7°C ± 0.1 at 22°C, 3.3°C ± 0.3 at 28°C, and 5.1°C ± 0.2 when acclimated at 35°C. Using the results of this study, the thermal polygon of red-eared sliders was able to be quantified and paves the way for future thermal studies in this species.

Naturalized Reptiles And Amphibians Of The World

Author: Christopher Lever
Editor: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 9780198507710
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This book describes how the various alien reptiles and amphibians now living in the wild throughout the world were first introduced, how they subsequently became naturalized, their present distribution and status in those countries to which they were introduced, and their ecological andsocio-economic impact (if any) on the native biota and local economies. Many species have had a more or less neutral impact, being neither beneficial nor harmful. However, several have had a positive ecological or socio-economic impact, while some such as the cane toad, have had an extremelydestructive effect.The criteria for inclusion of a species are that it should have been imported from its natural range to a new country by human agency (either accidentally or deliberately) and that it should currently be established in the wild in self-maintaining and self-perpetuating populationsunsupported by, and independent of, mankind.

Library Of Congress Subject Headings

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Turtles

Author: Marie Devers
Editor: Eldorado Ink
ISBN: 1932904425
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Offers advice and information on the care of turtles, including the various types of turtles, nutrition, exercise, grooming, and training.

Turtles Of The United States And Canada

Author: Carl H. Ernst
Editor: JHU Press
ISBN: 0801891213
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Ernst and Lovich’s thoroughly revised edition of this classic reference provides the most updated information ever assembled on the natural histories of North American turtles. From diminutive mud turtles to giant alligator snappers, two of North America’s most prominent experts describe the turtles that live in the fresh, brackish, and marine waters north of Mexico. Incorporating the explosion of new scientific information published on turtles over the past fifteen years—including the identification of four new species—Ernst and Lovich supply comprehensive coverage of all fifty-eight species, with discussions of conservation status and recovery efforts. Each species account contains information on identification, genetics, fossil record, distribution, geographic variation, habitat, behavior, reproduction, biology, growth and longevity, food habits, populations, predators, and conservation status. The book includes range maps for freshwater and terrestrial species, a glossary of scientific names, an extensive bibliography for further research, and an index to scientific and common names. Logically organized and richly illustrated—with more than two hundred color photographs and fifty-two maps—Turtles of the United States and Canada remains the standard for libraries, museums, nature centers, field biologists, and professional and amateur herpetologists alike.