Thursday, September 27, 2007

black-knobbed sawback

The black-knobbed sawback nests in July.It lays about 6 eggs. Their habitats are sand and clay bottomed streams. Their scientific name is Graptemys nigrinoda. There range is under the fall line rivers of the Mobile Bay drainage, Alabama and Mississippi. It sleeps on logs and brush piles, and eats insects.

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