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Posted by vidusa on May 07, 2003 at 17:28:36:
In Reply to: Another not sure turtle posted by Aquarius on May 07, 2003 at 09:49:09:
Some experts consider Cumberland Slider to have been a hybrid once, thousands of years ago, who population had stablized and where the blood line began to breed true replicas with little variation in the pattern. The guatamalan Slider is also thought to be such a case where Venusta and Greyi had onced cross breed, but the population stablized to become a new subspecies. Scientist are working on naming it soon, but must find a local first.
:You all have been so helpful in helping with ID'ing and wanted to say thanks to all and ask another one.....this one is not mine, hehe, I only own three turtles :D and I know what they are:D
:Trying to get pics of head and top shell, but i am posting here the pic I do have and hope :D
:I have been told is was a YBS, a cooter or a map turtle of some type....
:Thank You for your time and help