2 edition of Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle, chrysemys scripta found in the catalog.
Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle, chrysemys scripta
Kenneth M Crawford
Written in English
|Other titles||Chrysemys scripta|
|Statement||by Kenneth M. Crawford.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 61 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||61|
Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseudemys scripta. Ecology (). Effects of short-term water temperature variation on food consumption in painted turtles (Chrysemys picta marginata). Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3: Crawford, K.M., J.R. Spotila, and E.A. Standora. Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseudemys scripta. Ecology da-Silva, C.Q. Bayesian analysis to correct false-negative errors in capture-recapture photo-ID abundance estimates. Brazilian Journal of Probability and Statistics
Application of operative environmental temperatures to analysis of basking behavior in Chrysemys picta. Herpetologica 41 (2): ISI, Google Scholar. Scott EM, Mann J, Watson-Capps JJ, Sargeant BL, Conner RC. Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseudemys scripta. Ecology. Spotila, J.R., R.E. Foley, J.P. Schubauer, R.D. Semlitsch, K.M. Crawford, E.A. Standora and J.W. Gibbons. Behavioral thermoregulation of turtles, Pseudemys scripta in a nuclear reactor cooling reservoir.
Schwarzkopf, L. and R.J. Brooks. a. Application of operative environmental temperatures to analysis of basking behavior in Chrysemys picta. Herpetologica 41(2): Schwarzkopf, L. and R.J. Brooks. b. Sex determination in northern painted turtles (Chrysemys picta): Effect of incubation at constant and fluctuating temperatures. When preparing management plans for species at risk, conservation practitioners need information on the habitat requirements of those species. In environmental extremes, the fitness of ectotherms is tightly linked to thermoregulation, as all physiological processes are temperature dependent. In an effort to better quantify the habitat requirements of Blanding's turtles (Emydoidea blandingii.
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Operative environmental temperatures (Te, an index of the thermal environment) were measured for basking Pseudemys scripta in South Carolina. Operative environmental temperatures were good predicto Operative Environmental Temperatures and Basking Behavior of the Turtle Pseudemys Scripta - Crawford - - Ecology - Wiley Online LibraryCited by: Operative environmental temperature is a good predictor of the basking behavior of this turtle.
A new synthesis explained the evolution of thermoregulatory strategies among animals. Laboratory experiments clarified the effects of movement, diving and temperature on the blood flow of by: 4.
APPLICATION OF OPERATIVE ENVIRONMENTAL TEMPERATURES TO ANALYSIS OF BASKING BEHAVIOR IN CHRYSEMYS PICTA LIN SCHWARZKOPF AND RONALD J. BROOKS ABSTRACT: Basking behavior was studied in a northern population of painted turtles, Chryse-mys picta.
Total radiation, air and water temperatures were obtained and related to hourly basking. Operative environmental temperature and basking behavior in the turtle, Pseudemys scripta.
Ecology Ernst, C. Temperature-activity relationships in the painted turtle, Chrysemys. reported basking behavior of small turtles in the field.
Moll and Legler () described aerial basking of a hatchling T. scripta (CL = 39 mm) on emergent grass stems in a pondlike area of a lagoon in Panama. Sim-ilarly, Auth () observed a single small T. scripta (CL = 39 mm) basking on floating material in a small pond in Florida.
1. Introduction. Thermoregulatory behavior is a Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle feature of reptile biology, but not all species elevate body temperatures (T b) to high levels (Huey and Slatkin,Huey, ).There is often an optimal range of temperatures that must be achieved for effective metabolic function, immunochemical protection and food digestion (e.g., Sturbaum,Hammond et al.,Knight.
Lefevre K. Brooks R.J. (): Effects of sex and body size on basking behavior in a Northern population of the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta.
Herpetologica. Thermoregulatory strategies range from thermoconformity, where the organism does not thermoregulate and T b matches the operative temperatures (T e) measured throughout the environment (Ruibal.
T. scripta negatively interferes with basking behavior of native turtles and benefits from a greater capacity to retain body heat, which may likely result in thermoregulatory advantages for the introduced sliders.
Consequently, complex effects and alterations in metabolic rates of native turtles might derive from a deficient basking behavior. The red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans), also known as the red-eared terrapin, red-eared slider turtle, red-eared turtle, slider turtle, and water slider turtle, is a semiaquatic turtle belonging to the family is a subspecies of the pond is the most popular pet turtle in the United States and is also popular as a pet across the rest of the world.
Application of operative environmental temperatures to analysis of basking behavior in Chrysemys picta. Herpetologica ISI, Google Scholar. Sexton OJ. Spatial and temporal movements of populations of the painted turtle Chrysemys picta marginata (Aggasiz).
The red-eared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) is currently introduced in many Mediterranean countries, where it behaves as an invasive species that competes and displaces native populations of the endangered Spanish terrapin (Mauremys leprosa).
However, the nature of competitive interactions is relatively unknown. During basking activity, factors like greater body size or pre-existing. Water management practices in tidal marshes of the San Francisco Bay Estuary, California are often aimed at increasing suitable habitat for threatened fish species and sport fishes.
However, little is known about how best to manage habitat for other sensitive status species like the semiaquatic freshwater Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) that is declining throughout much of its range. painted turtle (Chrysemys picta marginata) in southwestern Qubec. Herpetologica 55– Clark, Standora, S.
(): Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseude scripta, Ecology 64 pp Daniel, J. Competition for basking places between the endangered European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis galloitalica) and the introduced redeared slider (Trachemys scripta elegans) A.
Cadi and P. Joly Abstract: Large numbers of red-eared sliders (Trachemys scripta elegans) have been imported into Europe for several years as part of the pet trade. We have described the behavioral thermoregulation of C.
scripta in Par Pond, S.C. and have measured its movements, home ranges and population levels in heated and unheated arms of the reservoir.
Operative environmental temperature is a good predictor of the basking behavior of this turtle. AUTH: CHRYSEMYS SCRIPTA SCRIPTA BASKING BEHAVIOR 15 member. On four clear days when the mean air temperature reached C and the mean water temperature C, only 56 turtles basked.
On four other clear days during which mean air temperature was C (C higher than the first four day sample) and the mean water temperature C. Like all reptiles, turtles are ectothermic, and their body temperature is largely dependent on that of their environment.
Some turtles can maintain a fairly precise and constant body temperature if a heat source is available (Cossins and Bowler, ; Hammond et al., ) by engaging in thermoregulatory activities such as aerial basking (Boyer, ; Brattstrom, ; Auth.
Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseudemys scripta. Effects of food availability and water temperature on the feeding ecology of pond sliders (Chrysemys. AUTH, D.L. Behavioral ecology of basking in the yellow-bellied turtle, Chrysemys scripta scripta (Schoepff).
R.E., Jr. Effect of nutritional status on the preferred body temperature of the turtles Pseudemys scripta and Terrapene ornata. Copeia/ will receive an email with a link to 'Basking Behavior of.
Wetland hydrology, area, and isolation influence occupancy and spatial turnover of the painted turtle, Chrysemys picta. Landscape Ecology Operative environmental temperatures and basking behavior of the turtle Pseudemys scripta. Ecology Cutler, T.L., and D.E.
Swann. Turtles are particularly susceptible to the negative impacts of urbanization due to low mobility and a life history strategy emphasizing long generation times and high adult survival. In addition to declines directly through habitat loss, urbanization has been hypothesized to limit populations of aquatic turtles through changes in population structure, as adult females are disproportionally.Female participation in courtship behavior of the turtle, Trachemys scripta scripta.
J. Herpetology ‑ Gaping behavior in basking eastern painted turtles. Journal of the Pennsylvania Academy of Science ‑ The painted turtle (Chrysemys picta) is widely distributed from coast to coast in North America with each of four.