M1, Female   586 gr.
M2, Male, Killed while crossing the road in 2009
M3, Male   517 gr.
M5, Male   345 gr.
M6, Female   509 gr.
M7, Male   470 gr.
M8, Male   445 gr.  DEAD in hibernation 2019
M9, Female,  433 gr.   Killed while crossing the road in 2016
M10, Male   555 gr.
M11, Female   475 gr.
M12, Male   473 gr.
M13, Male   508 gr.
M14, Male   390 gr.  Killed by tracter and mower in 2017
M15, Male   522 gr.  Killed 7/6/19 while crossing the road
M16, Male, 375 gr,   DEAD 2016
M17, Male   430 gr.   

M18, Male   606 gr.
M19, Male   434 gr. Killed crossing road 9/12/18



Turtle Catalog
In this study area, no turtles are being permanently file marked.  Instead, individuals are cataloged using photographs.  Natural carapace markings are easily distinguished from turtle to turtle, and better yet, plastron markings are even more distinct.  Click here to see a chart of weights and measurments of each turtle.
M4, Female   686 gr.
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Killed while crossing the road in 2006 within the study area
M21, Male   426 gr.
M20, Male   375 gr.
M22, Female   470 gr.
M23, Female   420 gr.
M24, Female   415 gr.
M25, Female  435 gr.   Killed by tracter and mower in 2017
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2008 Hibernation
2009 Hibernation
2010 Hibernation
2011 Hibernation
2012 Summer
2012 Hibernation
2013 Summer
2013 Hibernation
2014 Summer
2014 Hibernation
Meeting and Mating
M17 Superturtle

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M30, Male  486 gr.
M26, Male   430 gr.
M27, Male   541 gr.
M29, Male  396 gr.
M31, Male  330 gr.  Transient
M28, Juvenile
M32, Male  425 gr.
M33, Male
M34, Male  160 gr.
M35  35.5 gr.
M36, Female,  395 gr.  DEAD crossing road 2015
M37, Male, 435 gr.  DEAD crossing road 2015
M38, Female    521 gr.
M41, Female   460 gr.
M42, Female 510 grams
M43, Female   455 gr.
M39, Female,   430gr.   Dead in form of unknown cause 2016
M40, Female   435 gr.
M44, Female 480 grams
M45, Male 425 grams
M46, Male 430 grams
M47, Female 390 grams
M48, Male 480 grams
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M49, Female 515 grams
M50, Male 370 grams
M51, Male, 520 grams, Killed while crossing the road in 2019
M52, Male 430 grams
M53, Female 585 grams
M54, Male 420 grams
M55,  Male, 220 grams
Found while crossing the road in 2006 within the study area and moved off the road
M58, Male,  505 grams
M57, Female,  455 grams
M56,  Male,  479 grams
M59, Male,  329 grams
M60, Male,  429 grams
M61, Male,  385 grams
M62, Male, 400 grams
M63 Female    grams