|(Batagur affinis) from a gazetted conservation site at Kuala Berang, Terengganu, Malaysia.|
Batagur is a genus of large turtles from South and Southeast Asia. All members of the genus are seriously threatened. With a recent merger with members from two other genera, this genus has six described species.
- B. affinis – southern river terrapin
- B. baska – northern river terrapin
- B. borneoensis – painted terrapin (formerly in Callagur)
- B. dhongoka – three-striped roofed turtle (formerly in Kachuga)
- B. kachuga – red-crowned roofed turtle (formerly in Kachuga)
- B. trivittata – Burmese roofed turtle (formerly in Kachuga)
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