the answer to that is yes well, sort of, a map turtle is a variety of species: Mississippi map turtle Texas map turtle Cagle's map turtle Black knobbed map turtle Ouachita map turtle P.s. if you want to get a map turtle you should get the Texas map turtle! the males at full maturity get to about 3.5 inches
Yes, if they are in a natural environment that has cold winters. Otherwise, in warmer natural environments and in captivity, they don't. You can unnaturally induce hibernation in a turtle, but this is not recommended as it can easily go wrong, endangering your Mississippi map turtle's life!
Your Mississippi turtle will be at least 4 inches after 1 year if it is currently 2 inches in 2 months.
Yes. Trachemys (Slider) x Graptemys (Map turtle) hybrids are rare, but they exist along with other cross-genus hybrids such as fully fertile Map hybrids with Diamondback Terrapins.
Males: 3 1/2 to 5 inches Females: 6 to 10 inches
try map turtles or yellow or red bellies I have a razor back musk and he go's perfect with my Mississippi map turtle
males 3 1\2 inches to 5 inches females 6 to 10 inches
No, the two turtles may become friends but they won't mate together.
the scientific name for the map turtle is Grapetemys geographica
The scientific name of a map turtle is graptemys geographica.