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If they survive to maturity, individuals of most turtle species may live to relatively old ages. In at least some species of tortoises (Family Testudinidae), longevity may exceed one hundred years. One of the largest families of turtles is the fresh-water Emydidae. This is primarily a northern group of turtles with many representatives in North America. Alberta's only confirmed chelonian, Chrysemys picta, is a representative of this group and is rather typical in its general features. This family and all of the northern turtle families are characterized by their ability to bend the neck in a vertically directed S-shaped curve.

5) Two prefrontal scales (Fig. 5 20A. Lateral stripes on 3rd and 4th rows of dorsal scales Thamnophis radix B. Lateral stripes on 2nd and 3rd rows of dorsal scales 21 21A. Eight upper labial scales (Fig. 6), both pairs of chin shields approximately equal in size Thamnophis elegans B. Seven upper labials (Fig. 6 43 44 AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF ALBERTA Key to the Larval Amphibians of Alberta (Late Stages) Go to 1A. Body elongate, both front and hind limbs present, conspicuous external gills (Fig.

19A. B. Dorsal scales keeled (Fig. 5) Dorsal scales smooth Four prefrental scales (Fig. 5) Two prefrontal scales (Fig. 5 20A. Lateral stripes on 3rd and 4th rows of dorsal scales Thamnophis radix B. Lateral stripes on 2nd and 3rd rows of dorsal scales 21 21A. Eight upper labial scales (Fig. 6), both pairs of chin shields approximately equal in size Thamnophis elegans B. Seven upper labials (Fig. 6 43 44 AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF ALBERTA Key to the Larval Amphibians of Alberta (Late Stages) Go to 1A.

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