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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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The smooth softshell turtle inhabits large rivers of the central United States, preferring large unpolluted rivers with sandy substrate. The midland smooth softshell ...

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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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The midland smooth softshell is a rather plain-looking softshell turtle, with a smooth, rather featureless olive-gray or brown shell, and a light stripe bordered by ...

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They are the spiny softshell (Apalone spinifera), which is divided into seven subspecies; the smooth softshell (A. mutica), which is divided into two subspecies ; ...

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Smooth Softshells make very good community turtles. They love to bury in sand with just their head exposed waiting to surprise a fish. They're excellent ...

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

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No, there is also a smooth softshell turtle. The major difference is that the spiny softshell has ridges on the front edge of the carapace (upper shell), whereas the  ...

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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  ...

wildlife.ohiodnr.gov/species-and-habitats/species-guide-index/reptiles/midland-smooth-softshell-turtle

Information about and images of the midland smooth softshell turtle.