Fellow Red-eared Sliders.
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.
once a year ever breeding season if they find a mate
Are you stupid? Everything mates. Do you mate? It would be hard for them to still be alive if they didnt have mini baby red eared sliders. Well are YOU stupid. you obviously can not read, the question is HOW DO THEY.
Red eared slider mating generally occurs in the months of March and June.
yes, mini red eared sliders do exist
No, red-eared sliders are not illegal in England.
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.
between 2 and 5 years old
I have researched the same question and I read that painted turtles can only procreate with other painted turtles. Red eared sliders and painted will try to have sex but cannot reproduce
Red eared sliders, as well as all turtles and tortoises are egg layers.
Yes, red eared sliders eat minnows in the wild and in captivity.
No, but red eared sliders can breed with yellowbellieds.
Simply because she isn't in season ! She'll reject him until she's sexually receptive.
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 and yes. Red Eared Sliders can eat corn but it is better if they eat greens.
no, they are not
yes they can be separated because by nature, red eared sliders are solitary creatures.
red eared sliders shed the outer layer of there Shel and some skin when the grow
Wild Red Eared Sliders hibernate (brumate) in ponds or bodies of water at the bottom in the mud.
No, red eared sliders can't live in saltwater. They are fresh water turtles.
other red eared sliders and mayby goldfish.but 1 thing i know that live with red eared sliders are betta fish.becuse ive kept them together before several times.becuse i have ared eared slider and a male betta.