Word Cloud for "A New Subspecies of Slider Turtle (Pseudemys scripta) from Coahuila, México" by John M. Legler.

Word Cloud for "A New Subspecies of Slider Turtle (Pseudemys scripta) from Coahuila, México"



This book was authored by John M. Legler.
Area, genre or subject: Reptiles -- Mexico -- Coahuila (State).






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The Bag of Words In "A New Subspecies of Slider Turtle (Pseudemys scripta) from Coahuila, México" (Main Words):


museum history john represent september surface holotype half indistinct gular reflected wide longer humeral relatively major mandibular approximately chiquito these have isolated salado specimen range general pattern plane living plate their trionyx

kansas natural number same dorsal slightly height cent central lateral width ground black three edges neck postorbital between mentioned known only both drainage this turtles

university subspecies pseudemys from basin cuatro specimens more than other scripta with shell parts cnhm carapace anterior having plastron plastral lobe color upper each marks pale narrow markings posterior lower stripe that cienegas were



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