Any care to share what kind of Stars are this?

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TortBrain

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Pic below for your kind perusal.
Until now, i am just so confuse over Sir Lanka Star/Indian Star/Burmese Star?
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I just know that they are all twinkle twinkle little Stars:D
Thanks in advance guys!
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

In my limited opinion these first few pictures are all Indian Stars the last two leopard. I have seen these up on the net before.
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

Could be indian stars or sri lankan stars.
Definatly not Burmese stars... their skin is yellow and the star patterns fit exactly on each other (like a net) while indian stars sometimes met "dead ends".
But I couldn't tell wheter they're indian or sri lankan - I wonder if there is a way to tell at this age/size?
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

More pellet substrate hmmmmm. These have been removed from the internet.

Just as well you didnt say they were yours. As far as I can tell they are Indian.

Sky2Mina said:
Could be Indian stars or sri lankan stars.
Defiantly not Burmese stars... their skin is yellow and the star patterns fit exactly on each other (like a net) while Indian stars sometimes met "dead ends".
But I couldn't tell whether they're Indian or sri lankan - I wonder if there is a way to tell at this age/size?

Sky2Mina and any one else in between heaven and earth, my tortoises are as far as my research is concerned Indian. Both have the same shell pattern but one is melanistic having black stripes instead of yellow legs etc, its neck is black and pink spots as is its upper hind and both fore legs. Im learning that BBs are very variable.

But no where do I see this is a Burmese this is an Indian and this is from Sri Lanka, and Im talking adults here. Sub species are not yet completely identified or am I wrong.

I would love to know.

Not only this but one of my Indins has a double frilly skirt and the other absolutely none? :D
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

The last two are probably sulcatas. Where are the experts on these matters?
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

Among the group of stars, only 2 are with me. 3rd pic.
Last pic with ribbons are Leos:)
Just confuse between the different species of stars..
 

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RE: Any care to share what kind of Starts are this?

The first 3 pictures are either Indian or Sri Lankan Star hatchling. Impossible to tell which unless you know where the parents were from. The OP's signature picture is 2 Leopard tortoises.

This might help :D http://www.startortoises.net/

Danny
 
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