Cagle's map turtle

The Cagle's map turtle is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

The Cagle's Map Turtle (Graptemys caglei) is a species of turtle in the Emydidae family. It is endemic to the Guadalupe, San Antonio and San Marcos Rivers in Texas . More

The Cagle's Map Turtle from Southeastern Texas in the United States is one of the prettiest of the map turtles! Cagle's Map Turtle Contents * Distribution: * Status * Description: More

Cagle's Map Turtle is a great turtle for a community habitat with Sliders, Cooters, other Map Turtles and Painted Turtles. OTHER INFORMATION Cagle's Map Turtles are the smallest of the map turtles. More

Range: Texas - The Cagle's Map Turtle (Graptemys caglei) is found in the Guadalupe, San Antonio and San Marcos Rivers. It is also found in a lot of the streams, creeks and lakes that are connected to this rivers. More

Cagle's map turtle on log Cagle's map turtle on logPrint factsheet Facts - Also known as: Cagle's Map Turtle Kingdom Animalia Phylum More

Images Cagle's map turtle on log Map turtles are so named for the distinctive fine lines covering their skin and upper shell (carapace), which somewhat resemble a road or contour map, and lend an air of beauty and elegance to these species More

Cagle's map turtle is predominantly insectivorous, although females also eat snails. Plant remains found in stomachs may have been incidentally ingested. This turtle is a confirmed basker, often being observed on rocks, logs, and cypress knees. More

Tortuga Tex on Cagle's Map Turtle - Text Version - see comic book version Howdy! I’m on the Guadalupe River to visit my cousin. That’s her down there. She’s a Cagle’s map turtle. More

The Cagle's Map Turtle is from the order Testudines. All turtles are testudines (or Chelonia). There are more than 280 different species belonging to this order. The Cagle's Map Turtle was first reported by Haynes And Mckown, 1974. More

Cagle's map turtle (Graptemys caglei) Potential Distribution Map * Resource Identifier: More

The Cagle's Map Turtle lives in moving, muddy rivers in southwestern Texas. More specifically, this map turtle can be found in the Guadalupe River and a number of its tributaries, including the San Marcos and Blanco Rivers. More

Common names

Cagle-tarajosteknős in Hungarian - Magyar
cagle's map turtle in English - English
texas map turtle in English - English

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Order : Testudines
Family : Emydidae
Genus : Graptemys
Species : Graptemys caglei
Authority : Haynes and McKown, 1974