The Brazilian radiolated swamp turtle (Acanthochelys radiolata) is a species of turtle in the Chelidae family.
Stroud stated that although he was not sure of the origin of the malady he believes that the source was from Georgia swamp turtle meat (1.04).
Those considered badly threatened include the western swamp turtle of Australia, some species of Galapagos turtles and the plowshare tortoise of Madagascar, of which only about 15 specimens remain.
The western swamp turtle (Pseudemydura umbrina), also known as the western swamp tortoise, is a short-necked freshwater turtle that is the sister taxon to all other members of the subfamily Chelodininae.
The western swamp turtle has been recorded only in scattered areas on the Swan Coastal Plain in Western Australia, from Perth Airport to near Pearce Royal Australian Air Force Base in the Bullsbrook locality.
Morenia petersi is very closely allied to Morenia ocellata.
The Burmese eyed turtle (Morenia ocellata), also known as the Bengal eyed terrapin and Burmese peacock turtle, is a species of turtle in the Geoemydidae family.