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American Red-bellied Turtle, Pseudemys rubriventris, hand-colored lithograph

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Source North American herpetology; or, A description of the reptiles inhabiting the United States. , modified from Biodiversity Heritage Library
Author Holbrook, John Edwards, 1794-1871 (English Wikipedia)
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