Cylindraspis triserrata

The Cylindraspis triserrata is classified as Extinct (EX), there is no reasonable doubt that the last individual has died.

Cylindraspis triserrata or Domed Mauritius Giant Tortoise was a species of tortoise. It was endemic to Mauritius. Source - * World Conservation Monitoring Centre 1996. Cylindraspis triserrata. More

Cylindraspis triserrata was endemic to Mauritius. Countries: Regionally extinct:Mauritius Population - Population: It has not been recorded since the early eighteenth century. More

Cylindraspis triserrata is a chordate, or more specifically a reptile, in the Testudinidae family. More

Cylindraspis triserrata ((Cylindraspis vosmaeri and Cylindraspis peltastes) (Cylindraspis inepta and Cylindraspis indica)). Phylogeny indicates that the ancestor of the group first colonized Mauritius where speciation produced C. More

Cylindraspis peltastes, Cylindraspis triserrata, Cylindraspis vosmaeri, Dipsochelys hololissa, Dipsochelys arnoldi, Geochelone gigantea/Dipspchelys dussumieri Giant TortoiseHeight: 4 feet long (1.3 m) Average Adult Weight: Up to 660 pounds (300 kg) Life Span: up to 100 years. More

Cylindraspis triserrata Status: Extinct Cylindraspis vosmaeri Status: Extinct Dermatemys mawii (Central American River Turtle) Status: Critically Endangered A2abd+4d Dermochelys coriacea (Trunkback Turtle) Status: Critically Endangered A1abd Dogania subplana (Malayan Soft-shelled Turtle) Status: Lower Risk/least More

Order : Testudines
Family : Testudinidae
Genus : Cylindraspis
Species : Cylindraspis triserrata
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Cylindraspis triserrata