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Learn more about the South Asian box turtle - with amazing South Asian box turtle photos and facts on Arkive. The Amboina box turtle (Cuora amboinensis), or southeast Asian box turtle is a species of Asian box turtle. Subspecies, Cuora amboinensis amboinensis DAUDIN Cuora amboinensis couro (SCHWEIGGER ) Cuora amboinensis kamaroma RUMMLER.
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Diet It is omnivorous, preferring to cuora amboinensis on aquatic plants and fung although it eats worms and aquatic insects as well.
Life Cycle Oviparous ; each clutch consist of one cuora amboinensis six elongated eggs. Average ratio dimensions of plastron spots: Sumatra, Java, Bali and Sumbawa.
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Moderate domed cuora amboinensis, some individual possesses a flared marginal scutes. The plastron shows black markings on every plastral scutes, Darker in Coloration, more oval black spots on plastron.
High domed carapace and smaller, more elongated and less spotting of black pigments in the plastron. Resembles to Cuora amboinensis kamaroma, but in the carapace there is a bright cuora amboinensis mid-dorsal line, and sometimes a bright colored lateral line.
Species was not fully specified, species name missing!
However, illegal trade still poses a significant problem, for example, Hong Kong documented an illegal import in of over 10, specimens 7. It is also cuora amboinensis to occur in a number of protected areas throughout its large range, but at present there are no known specific conservation measures in place for this turtle.
All have cuora amboinensis blackish olive head with three yellow stripes on the side. The male can be identified by the slightly concave shape to its plastron.
There is no specific pattern to what the underbellies may look like, for either sex. The only true way of telling age is to guess by the texture of the shell, as cuora amboinensis rings form irregularly.
Have a quite flat shell with a flared marginal scutes. The plastron have a bigger black spots coloration, and possesses a bigger head.
Unfortunately, they proved infertile. I have since learned cuora amboinensis egg coloration varies from rose to pale yellow immediately upon deposition, but two to four days afterward a fertile cuora amboinensis shows a white blotch that will grow larger over the following days.
Eventually it forms a ring around the egg before it becomes entirely white.
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This color change indicates that the egg is fertile. Photo by Davide Cuora amboinensis A female searches for a place to lay eggs.
Incubation typically ranges between 70 and 90 days. I put the eggs in a small plastic box filled with vermiculite that is moistened with cuora amboinensis in a ratio of 1: My incubators are cuora amboinensis to 85 degrees Fahrenheit with a humidity level of 80 to 90 percent.
Amboina box turtle
I use two types of incubator. One is a commercially manufactured model by Lucky Reptile that tends to dehydrate the vermiculite. This requires me to check the eggs often and to add additional water, cuora amboinensis necessary.