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The smooth softshell turtle (Apalone mutica) is a species of softshell turtle of the family Trionychidae. The species is endemic to North America.

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Range: Smooth softshells are found in the Mississippi River drainage and its ... Maintaining good water quality is key to maintaining healthy softshell turtles.

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There are three well-established species of soft-shelled turtle native to North America. They are the spiny softshell (Apalone spinifera), which is divided into ...

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The smooth soft-shelled turtle (Apalone mutica ssp.) has two subspecies (A. m. mutica and A. m. calvata), and just as the name states, it has no spines, bumps or  ...

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Smooth softshell turtles are medium or large turtles that live in freshwater. They are called softshell turtles because their back shell is covered by skin, instead of  ...

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Descriptions and articles about the Smooth Softshell Turtle, scientifically known as Apalone mutica in the Encyclopedia of Life. Includes Overview; Distribut...

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Apr 4, 2017 ... Name: Softshell turtle, Smooth softshell turtle, Apalone mutica, Florida softshell turtle, Apalone ferox, Spiny softshell turtle, Apalone spinifera.

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Smooth Softshell Turtle Description. Compared to other turtle species, the smooth softshell turtles are large. The carapaces of the females grow up to 14 inches ...

www.aboutanimals.com/reptile/spiny-softshell-turtle

Mar 2, 2016 ... There are six known subspecies of spiny softshell turtles, having distinct markings to differentiate one from the other.