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Northern red-faced turtle

northern red-faced turtle (Emydura victoriae)
Central Kimberley, Western Australia
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Emydura victoriae - (Gray, 1842)
Pronunciation  EMM-ee-DUE-rah   vik-TOR-ee-ee
Etymology  Emydura: 'turtle-tail'.
victoriae: after the Victoria River, Northern Territory.
Other names  Emydura australis 
Carapace length
Species avg: 25 cm
Clutch size
Description Distribution Natural history Conservation Further information More photos


Northern Australia, extending across the Kimberley region of Western Australia to the Fitzroy drainage in the west.1

Found in the following Australian states/territories

Northern Territory, Western Australia


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