Mexican mud turtle

The Mexican mud turtle is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

Mexican Mud Turtle only grows up to be 6 to 7 inches long at adult age, and Red Ear Sliders grow up to be 12 to 13 inches long at adult age. More

Mexican mud turtleRecognition Kinosternon integrum has an oval carapace (to 20.2 cm) which gradually slopes posteriorly and is depressed over the vertebrals. More

Mexican Mud Turtle - Kinosternon integrum = Description = Habitat = Southern Sonora and extreme southwestern Chihuahua southward along the Pacific drainages to central Oaxaca, on the More

* Mexican Mud Turtle, Kinosternon integrum (Le Conte, 1854) * White-lipped Mud Turtle, Kinosternon leucostomum (Duméril, Bibron & Duméril, 1851) More

Mexican Mud Turtle (Kinosternon integrum) = Recent Records - Taxon Date County State View all records for Kinosternon More

Mexican Mud Turtle (Kinosternon hirtipes) No photo of the Mexican Mud Turtle available. The Mexican Mud Turtle is from the order Testudines. All turtles are testudines (or Chelonia). There are more than 280 different species belonging to this order. More

Common names

Mexican mud turtle in English - English
Tortuga-pecho quebrado mexicana in Spanish - español

Order : Testudines
Family : Kinosternidae
Genus : Kinosternon
Species : Kinosternon integrum
Authority : LE CONTE 1854