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Russian Subspecies

Discussion in 'Russian tortoises' started by egyptiandan, Jun 10, 2009.

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  1. egyptiandan

    egyptiandan New Member 5 Year Member

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    I finally got around to taking pictures :D The first is T.h.horsfieldii. They are domed and almost as wide as they are long.
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    The next is T.h.rustamovi. They are domed, but long and narrow.
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    Next is T.h.kazachstanica. They are flat and almost as wide as long.
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