Black marsh turtle

The Black marsh turtle is classified as Vulnerable (VU), considered to be facing a high risk of extinction in the wild.

A black marsh turtle has hatched at Bristol Zoo Gardens, the first to be bred in a European zoo = Geographical, Nov, 2004 by Christian Amodeo - * 1 More

The black marsh turtle, Siebenrockiella crassicollis, is the sole representative of this genus. More

line (4), the black marsh turtle is a largely aquatic turtle that has assumed religious significance and is often kept around temples in Asia (5). While most black marsh turtles are small, measuring only around 17 centimetres, some individuals may be twice the size (2). More

An albino black marsh turtle, Siebenrockiella crassicollis from Cambodia. Photo by Kimchay, Wildlife Protection Department, Forestry Department Contact us: ATCNetwork@fpt. More

* The first Black Marsh Turtle to hatch in a Europea * The first Black Marsh Turtle to hatch in a Europea * Press The first Black Marsh Turtle to hatch in a European zoo = More

example of the black marsh turtle of Asia. The scutes on this specimen have been removed. More

Black marsh turtle is a popular dish in South East Asia and China A rare black marsh turtle, rescued from the Chinese food trade, has been hatched at a British zoo. More

Common names

black marsh turtle in English - English
Dickhalsschildkrote in German - Deutsch
Siamese Temple Turtle, Black Marsh Turtle in English - English
Siebenrockiella crassicollis in French - français
Черепаха черная болотная in Russian - русский язык
ホオジロクロガメ in Japanese - 日本語

Order : Testudines
Family : Geoemydidae
Genus : Siebenrockiella
Species : Siebenrockiella crassicollis
Authority : GRAY 1831