AppearanceChinese-stripe-necked turtles have a green body. As a juvenile, its carapace is grayish green and there are three distinctive ridges. As an adult, the color fades to a brown color and the two ridges gradually disappear. The plastron is ivory in color with small black spots. The male's tail is more coarse and long, while adult females will be larger than the males.
DistributionIt is found in China , Taiwan, Laos and northern & central Vietnam.
HabitatThis species prefers low altitude waters such as ponds, canals, and slow-moving rivers.
ReproductionAfter mating, the female turtle may lay 5-20 eggs that hatch about 60 days when needed.
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