yes, i accidentally saw the jpeg title. the snout damage was definitely why i went with C. elegans. Amyda can be highly variable in coloration, but normal specimens have the "Trionyx" tube-shaped nose. Maybe it was the angle, but I also thought that this specimen had a very limited cartilaginous rim to its shell. The total carapace length of most large softshells (w/ the exception of c. elegans) have significant contribution from the "leathery" rim.