Yes, red eared slidersand yellow bellied slidersare both part of the slider family, so they are easy to cross breed. If you go to a pet shop, you will notice that most baby yellow bellied sliders have faint red 'ears' because they were interbred with red eared sliders.
No they can not, different breeds
yellow belly sliders, lay eggs when they are about 2 or 3 years old.
Yellow bellied sliders carry many types of diseases.
Yes, yellow belly sliders are very good swimmers even when babies.
Yes, red eared sliders and yellow bellied slidersare both part of the slider family, so they are easy to cross breed. If you go to a pet shop, you will notice that most baby yellow bellied sliders have faint red 'ears' because they were interbred with red eared sliders.
No, different types of turtles can only mate with each other if they are both part of the same sub species. for instance yellow belly sliders and red eared sliders can mate. but a painted turtle and box turtle would not mate.
Yellow belly sliders grow just under 1 foot in length.
Females have to be about 5-7 years old, 7 in. long. Males 2-5 years, old 4 inches long.
yes if they are friendly
As often as they mate.
No. Possibly, however most likely more than not
More then 1
Yes. I have three red ears and a yellow belly mix that live together. They hardly know the difference and get along SWIMMINGLY.
You can't visibly distinguish ears on them but they can definitely hear you. I've had my two yellow bellied sliders for about 2 or 3 years now and they come swimming to me when I call their names.
Yes - and no ! They can eat it, but can get sick by eating it (they like the taste and smell !)
A Red Eared Slider can only "procreate" (have young) with another Red Eared Slider but they have been known to "mate" (have sex) with Yellow Belly Sliders. They probably wouldn't try to mate with any other kind of turtle, other than a Slider.
No, but red eared sliders can breed with yellowbellieds.
Yes, red eared sliders and yellow bellied sliders are both subspecies of "pond slider", in the wild where their range overlaps they mate quite often producing what are called "intergrades". The particular intergrade between a yellow bellied slider and a red eared slider often has features of both, large yellow markings on the head with a red corner.
I have a Yellow belly turtle & a Map turtle together & their fine. I just want to know if they can mate ?
8 inches for males 13 inches for females I would suggest the male
for along time up to like 20 mins!
15-25 years in the wild10-12 years in captivity, but can be longer
Fellow Red-eared Sliders.
The males shell is shaped in such a way so that he can mount the female and then babam baby juice.
Yes i have two mississippi maps and one yellow belly slide in the same tank and they are fine together.