Mexican mud turtle

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Mexican mud turtle
Conservation status
Scientific classification
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Chordata
Class:Reptilia
Order:Testudines
Family:Kinosternidae
Genus:Kinosternon
Species:K. integrum
Binomial name
Kinosternon integrum
(Le Conte, 1854, 1925)
Synonyms[2]
  • Kinosternum integrum LeConte, 1854
  • Cinosternum integrum Agassiz, 1857
  • Thyrosternum integrum Agassiz, 1857
  • Thyrosternon integrum Gray, 1858
  • Cinosternon integrum Strauch, 1862
  • Kinosternon integrum Müller, 1865
  • Swanka integra Gray, 1870
  • Cinosternon rostellum Bocourt, 1876
  • Cinosternon guanajuatense Dugès, 1888
  • Cinosternum rostellum Boulenger, 1889
  • Cinosternum scorpioides integrum Siebenrock, 1904
  • Kinosternon scorpioides integrum Ahl, 1934
  • Kinosternon intergrum Dixon, 1960 (ex errore)
  • Cinosetum integrum Gillet, 1995
  • Kinosternon ingegrum Rogner, 1996 (ex errore)
 
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Mexican mud turtle
Conservation status
Scientific classification
Kingdom:Animalia
Phylum:Chordata
Class:Reptilia
Order:Testudines
Family:Kinosternidae
Genus:Kinosternon
Species:K. integrum
Binomial name
Kinosternon integrum
(Le Conte, 1854, 1925)
Synonyms[2]
  • Kinosternum integrum LeConte, 1854
  • Cinosternum integrum Agassiz, 1857
  • Thyrosternum integrum Agassiz, 1857
  • Thyrosternon integrum Gray, 1858
  • Cinosternon integrum Strauch, 1862
  • Kinosternon integrum Müller, 1865
  • Swanka integra Gray, 1870
  • Cinosternon rostellum Bocourt, 1876
  • Cinosternon guanajuatense Dugès, 1888
  • Cinosternum rostellum Boulenger, 1889
  • Cinosternum scorpioides integrum Siebenrock, 1904
  • Kinosternon scorpioides integrum Ahl, 1934
  • Kinosternon intergrum Dixon, 1960 (ex errore)
  • Cinosetum integrum Gillet, 1995
  • Kinosternon ingegrum Rogner, 1996 (ex errore)

Mexican mud turtle (Kinosternon integrum),[1] or Guanajuato mud turtle, is a species of mud turtle in the Kinosternidae family. Endemic to Mexico, it is found in Colima, Durango, Guanajuato, Guerrero, Hidalgo, Jalisco, Michoacán, Morelos, Nayarit, Oaxaca, Puebla, San Luis Potosí, Sinaloa, Sonora, Tamaulipas and Zacatecas.

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  1. ^ a b http://www.iucnredlist.org/apps/redlist/details/63671/0
  2. ^ Fritz Uwe; Peter Havaš (2007). "Checklist of Chelonians of the World". Vertebrate Zoology 57 (2): 254. ISSN 18640-5755. Archived from the original on 2010-12-17. Retrieved 29 May 2012. 

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