IUCN threat status:

Endangered (EN)


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Range Description

Mauremys reevesii is native to most of temperate and subtropical China, North Korea and South Korea; populations also occur in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan, though these may be historic introductions by humans (Fong and Chen 2010). Populations recorded from Timor (Indonesia), Timor Leste and Palau certainly originated from human introductions.


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