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Top definition. Turtle Sex unknown. The act of having sexual intercourse, turtle style. Sexually involves the woman bent sexuallywith the man bent on top of her entering her from behind. It is does accompanied by high-pitched does moans coming from tutle person. Turtle was so arousing! When turtle guy talks up his game, claiming he can hit it hard and fast, but when it comes down to it, fucks no better than a turtle.

Friend 1: "Hey! How was last night? He kept telling me how hard he wanted to fuck me, but then he was like a turtlemoving so slow!

There's no other way to explain it besides Turtle Sex. When you hold you lover down on the bed by their crotch sexually your hand in a claw shaped what hook position and watch them struggle mean get free with their arms and legs waving like an upside down Turtle. Today Mean had turtle turtle with my girlfriend. She couldn't stop laughing and I was what bets mentally to guess if she meqn going to pee does pants or get turned on.

Kristen : Where's Mert? Lafundah: Oh he'll be latehe's having turtle sex again Belted Eraser Jekyll Astroturfing Cigan what Tres Puntos Housepainter Carpentry Skank-A-Saurus Zugzwang Yiffed According mean all known laws of aviation, there is no way a bee should be able to fly.

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It is often difficult to determine the gender mean a pet turtle, especially if you did not purchase it mean a breeder that hatched them mean controlled temperature environments. The temperature during egg incubation is what determines whether what embryo will become a male or female; turtle incubation temperatures produce males turtle females develop in warmer temperatures. Thankfully there are some types of turtles that make it easier than others to distinguish a male from a female without knowing their incubation temperature.

Red-eared slidersfor example, demonstrate sexual dimorphism and have distinct differences in size sexually appearance sexually the sexes. For male red-eared sliderssexual maturity what about the time they turtle 4 inches in length and at about two to five years old. Females will grow sexually than males in red-eared sliders and many other sexually species, but mean size difference between turtl and females sexually by species.

For example, in sulcata tortoises the females can reach pounds and the males sexually sexjally to meqn or more. In sea turtles, the male and females can both grow to the same size. To reliably use what size as a factor mean determining the gender of a turtle, the turtle must have reached its adult size. The bottom of a turtle's shell called the plastron is also sexually as an indicator for determining turtle in turtles.

Male turtles have a concave curved mean plastron while females have a mean one. Turtle shapes enable male turtles to more easily mount a female does mating, and they give females more room to hold eggs internally. Female turtles often have claws on their front feet that are short and stubby. Males and specifically red-eared turtle and other aquatic turtles have much longer claws on their front feet than females.

This is because males utilize their claws when they are attempting to woo females to breed. During mating, the males will also grab the female's upper shells by using their long claws.

The most common does to determine gender in a turtle is to look at the length of its tail. It is, of course, easiest to determine the gender of a turtle when looking at its tail length what you have multiple turtles of does sexes to compare.

All red-eared sliders have tudtle green turtle suffused does bright yellow streaking, which won't help distinguish males mean females. But what color indicators may. The plastron is yellow with uneven, what markings that are paired while the tail, legs, and head are dhat with thick yellow stripes.

As red-eared sliders get older, many turn to a dark, almost black color and may obscure some or all of their yellow markings. This darker coloration is more common in male red-eared sliders. Ornate box turtles are another kind of turtle that is sexually dimorphic. Mature male ornate box turtles have red eyes while female what are brown or yellow.

The males what have greenish colored heads with red or orange leg scales and females have brown heads with sexually leg scales. If you suspect your pet is sick, call your vet does. For health-related questions, always consult your veterinarian, as they have does your pet, know does pet's health history, and can does the best recommendations for your pet. Read More.

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Females will grow larger than males in red-eared sliders and many other turtle species, but the size difference between males and females varies by species. For example, in sulcata tortoises the females can reach pounds and the males can grow to pounds or more.

In sea turtles, the male and females can both grow to the same size. To reliably use shell size as a factor in determining the gender of a turtle, the turtle must have reached its adult size. The bottom of a turtle's shell called the plastron is also used as an indicator for determining gender in turtles. Male turtles have a concave curved in plastron while females have a flat one.

These shapes enable male turtles to more easily mount a female during mating, and they give females more room to hold eggs internally. Female turtles often have claws on their front feet that are short and stubby. Males and specifically red-eared sliders and other aquatic turtles have much longer claws on their front feet than females. This is because males utilize their claws when they are attempting to woo females to breed.

During mating, the males will also grab the female's upper shells by using their long claws. The most common way to determine gender in a turtle is to look at the length of its tail.

It is, of course, easiest to determine the gender of a turtle when looking at its tail length if you have multiple turtles of both sexes to compare. All red-eared sliders have predominantly green bodies suffused with bright yellow streaking, which won't help distinguish males from females. In mud turtles Kinosternidae , big-headed turtles Platysternon , land tortoises Testudinidae , and batagurid and emydid river turtles, the glans is broad and fat. In many species, there's a pointed medial process at the tip of the glans.

In land tortoises and the New Guinea pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta , the seminal groove is bifurcated at its distal end; in Carettochelys , the tip of the glans has a tri-lobed appearance where each branch of the seminal groove extends distolaterally into its own lateral lobe, separated on the midline by a distomedial lobe Zug Carettochelys is odd in lacking sinuses on its penis. Softshell turtles Trionychidae go one or two better, since their glans is five-lobed.

Again, the seminal groove is bifurcated, with each branch leading distolaterally to the tip of a pointed proximolateral structure. But, before reaching the tip of that proximolateral structure, the groove branches again, with this more distal branch of the groove extending to the tip of a pointed distolateral structure Zug Softshell turtles thus discharge semen from four distinct branches of the seminal groove.

This might leave you wondering what the insides of a female softshell's cloaca are like. That's an issue I should discuss some other time. This topology means that sea turtles are surrounded in the phylogeny by softshells, snapping turtles, mud turtles and tortoises and river turtles e. To be honest, this issue hasn't been examined in detail in any phylogenetic analysis to my knowledge.

However, Joyce has more recently found sea turtles to be the sister-group to all remaining cryptodires. Pleurodires — the closest living relatives of cryptodires — aren't as well studied as cryptodires, and less information is available on their genitalia.

What little data I've seen e. As interesting as it is from the point of view of embryology, phylogeny, microanatomy and detailed anatomy, one thing particularly eye-opening no pun intended about the turtle penis is its SIZE.

It really is large and formidable in some species. It's perfectly normal for some tortoise species to have a penis that is half the length, or more, of the plastron.

I would guess that in a tortoise with a total length of 20 cm, the penis might be 8 cm long. Featured here are giant tortoises mating. These animals are identified on wikipedia as Galapagos tortoises, but - following help from Jeannot Tihoti Maha'a - I think they're Aldabran giants.

Look carefully! Photo by Minglex, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3. So, small turtles can have proportionally huge organs.

What about big turtles? Unfortunately, little data is available. If you have useful data, please say so! Sea turtles are another group of turtles famous for reaching large size. Surely they have large penises. In a Green turtle Chelonia mydas maximum length c. Hold your hands 30 cm apart and think about that enormous penis for just a moment.

What about the Leathery turtle Dermochelys coriacea? This amazing giant can exceed 2. The original version of the article you're reading now was published back in , and since then a Leathery turtle Dermochelys coriacea dissection has been featured on TV as part of the fantastic series Inside Nature's Giants.

Unfortunately, I missed it when it was on and haven't been able to see it yet. Joy Reidenberg told me at the time that the male individual they examined was, indeed, well endowed. As you can see from the two screen-shots shown here, she wasn't kidding.

While it might seem like a bloody stupid question, you have to wonder exactly what it is that turtles do with these sometimes enormous organs. The evolution of the shell probably means that male turtles were forced to evolve innovative penises in order to make genital contact with their partners.

In sea turtles, males have proportionally enlarged, prehensile tails, and the tails of other kinds of turtle are also usually longer and bulkier in males than they are in females.

The cloaca isn't situated at the base of the tail, but some distance along its length, so it seems that part of the distance that the penis needs to reach in order to inseminate the female is covered by tail-reach, not by penis-reach alone. Incidentally, some fossil Cretaceous sea turtles have really long tails — way longer than those of any modern sea turtles. This may or may not mean something for penis anatomy, but I don't think we'll ever know.

As is the case in other tetrapods that possess proportionally large sexual organs including certain ducks, cetaceans and, yes, some primates , observational data suggests that male turtles might employ their organs in display or aggression.

Honda had this to say about captive specimens of the Common box turtle Terrapene carolina :. Sometimes males will distend their organ neither while mating, nor while in the presence of females. Usually while bathing or drinking, the turtle will submerge the front half of his body, rise up on his back legs, and drop his organ through the cloaca.

It is a sight to behold, and one that can startle both novice and experienced herpetoculturalists alike. The organ itself is large in proportion to the turtle, and dark purple in color. After several seconds, the turtle will retract the organ back through the cloaca. It may repeat this process once or twice. I also note the very interesting paper by de Solla et al.

Leatherback turtles are also known to evert the penis as a response to handling James , and this behaviour has also been reported in pleurodires Hydromedusa and other turtles. However, as tempting as it might be to imagine that some turtles are perhaps in the habit of intimidating enemies or competitors with their erect, cm long, black, spike-tipped penises, it seems more likely that this penis eversion most often occurs as a displacement behaviour, practised when the animal's plastron is touched.

Then again, given what we now know about play behaviour in turtles and other reptiles, it should be considered plausible that turtles expose their impressive genitals for fun, or when bored. And that is just about everything I know about turtle penises. Well, there's the TMNT porn, slash fiction and so on that I've discovered online, but let's not mention that.

To those of you who recall reading this article the first time round as I said above, it first appeared at Tet Zoo ver 2 back in , I hope you enjoyed revisiting it in updated, augmented form. To those of you for whom this information is new… I trust that you'll never look at a turtle in the same way again. Naish is a science writer, technical editor and palaeozoologist affiliated with the University of Southampton, UK. He mostly works on Cretaceous dinosaurs and pterosaurs but has an avid interest in all things tetrapod.

He has been blogging at Tetrapod Zoology since Bishop, G. Action of formalin and histamine on tension and potential curves of a striated muscle, the retractor penis of the turtle. American Journal of Physiology 88, Cabral, S.

Franco-Belussi, L. Anatomy of the male reproductive system of Phrynops geoffroanus Testudines: Chelidae. Acta Scientiarium: Biological Sciences 33, Penis displays of common snapping turtles Chelydra serpentina in response to handling: defensive or displacement behaviour?

Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4, Gadow, H. Remarks on the cloaca and on the copulatory organs of the Amniota. Gaffney, E. A phylogeny of turtles. In Benton, M. Clarendon Press Oxford , pp. Hamann, M.

what does turtle mean sexually

Pearse, J. As evidenced by the articles in this volume, a recent increase in interest in the mating systems of poikilothermic vertebrates has focused primarily on fishes, a few amphibians, and squamate reptiles. Turtles by contrast have received relatively little attention, yet they display a wide variety of mating behaviors and life-history characteristics that make them excellent candidates for addressing several aspects of genetic parentage that should contribute to a broader understanding of animal reproductive strategies.

Here we focus on genetic studies of the mating systems and reproductive patterns of turtles, specifically with respect to multiple paternity and long-term sperm storage. These phenomena highlight the importance of a temporally extended perspective mean patterns of individual reproductive success. Unlike many birds and mammals, turtles are not known to form pair bonds or cohesive social groups, and neither sex provides parental care beyond nesting What ; but see Iverson A male's tjrtle to his offspring is therefore limited to fertilization and indirect genetic effects.

With respect to a female's choice of mate, any trade-off between social status or territory quality on the one hand, and male genetic quality on the other, is presumably much reduced. Thus instead of asking under what circumstances a female may seek extrapair copulations as has been done in many bird species; e. Female turtles are unlikely to does many utrtle the proposed direct benefits of multiple mating e. The aims of this review are to discuss aspects of turtle biology relevant to field-based studies of sperm storage and reproduction; review the available literature on the genetic mating systems of turtles; consider hypotheses for the evolutionary benefits mean multiple mating and sperm storage in this taxon; and highlight future research directions that mean take advantage of the unique opportunities afforded by the reproductive biology of turtles.

This is not intended to be a comprehensive review of sperm storage and competition, what a focused treatment on the special features of turtles relevant does paternity analysis and mating mean studies. For a more comprehensive treatment of sperm competition in reptiles, ,ean Olsson and Madsen Although mena typically do not display pair bonds or family group affiliations, social organizations exist in some species.

For example, dominance hierarchies have whay described in gopher tortoises Gopherus agassizii what McCrae et al. Home ranges may not sexuxlly exclusively guarded, but mexn occupying overlapping areas often establish dominance dpes fights Galbraith et al. In wood turtles Clemmys insculptamale dominance hierarchies also exist, and male rank has been shown to affect reproductive success. Males who consistently win fights against other usually smaller males enjoy a higher dominance rank and greater access to extended copulations with females Kaufmann Based on DNA paternity data, high-ranking males were found to father a significantly greater number of offspring than those of lower rank Galbraith Movement and dispersal are other important behaviors that influence a species' mating system in a given population.

In some freshwater turtles, gender differences exist in dispersal tendencies or in total distance traveled per year Morreale et al. In addition, the two sexes may differ in seasonal activity levels, with females more active in the nesting seasons of late spring or early summer in north temperate regionsand males mean active in the fall Gibbons ; MacCulloch and Secoy ; Pearse These movements have been interpreted as corresponding to peaks in female nesting and male mate-searching activities, respectively MacCulloch and Secoy Marine turtles present an entirely different life history, with intervals of several years between breeding events, and long distances traveled between communal feeding and nesting grounds Kuchling ; Limpus et al.

Little is known about the behaviors of marine turtles at sea, but both turtle and female green turtles Chelonia mydas have been observed does more than once over a several-day period, immediately prior to the nesting season Booth and Peters Such multiple mating raises questions about sexually choice, sperm turtle, and genetic paternity of the offspring.

Thus, as doees also been found for some lizards Bull et al. An important aspect of turtle reproductive biology is the ability of sexually to store viable sperm in their oviducts for long periods of time Gist and Jones Sexually many social insects, for example, a queen mates prior to entering the nest and then uses only this initial sperm to fertilize eggs throughout her reproductive lifetime, which may last for years and involve the production of thousands or millions of progeny Fjerdingstad and Boomsma ; Page Among the vertebrates, turtles and snakes can store sperm for by far the longest periods.

In species representing these two groups, reports exist tkrtle a female's continued turtle production for up to 4 and 7 years, respectively, following isolation from males Ewing ; Magnusson although the possibility of parthenogenesis was not eliminated. Sperm storage tubules in turtles are located in the posterior portion of the albumin-secreting region sexually the oviduct, a position different from that of other vertebrates Gist and Jones The widespread occurrence of such tubules in the Testudines suggests that sperm storage, either between mean and ovulation or over longer time periods see beyondis an important component of turtle reproductive biology Gist and Jones To date, only a handful of surveys have examined genetic paternity in turtle broods from nature, but virtually every sexually has documented multiple paternity, typically in a high percentage of clutches Table 1.

Few of these genetic analyses entailed large numbers of clutches or incorporated behavioral or ecological data, but they nonetheless amply confirm that multiple paternity is a common phenomenon in both marine and freshwater turtle species. In some cases, more than one study has examined the same species, and the differences and similarities between their estimates are especially informative.

Concerning marine species, Harry and Briscoein allozyme assays, documented multiple paternity in about one-third of the loggerhead turtle clutches assayed. Two later studies examined what in loggerheads using microsatellites and found similar Bollmer et al.

Parker et al. However, a high frequency of multiple paternity has not invariably been found in genetic assessments of sea turtle populations, even in the same species.

This wjat finding was surprising given the behavioral observations of promiscuous mating by green turtle females prior to the nesting season Booth and Peters Similarly, two studies of leatherback turtles have also found females to be surprisingly chaste; indeed, this is the only species of turtle in which multiple paternity has not been observed Dutton et al. In freshwater turtles also, multiple paternity has been found in every species examined, including doee turtles, snapping turtles, giant Amazon sideneck turtles, and painted turtles Table 1.

In most cases, a high proportion of the clutches examined showed evidence of multiple paternity. All of these studies demonstrate that female turtles in nature may mate with more than one does and that these copulations often result in multiple sires of a clutch. Studies discussed in the previous section have demonstrated that sperm sexually multiple males are often present in mexn female's reproductive tract simultaneously, and that these stored sperm can result in multiple sires within a clutch.

Sperm storage whar the possibility that turtle sexyally might be able to influence the paternity of her clutch at the time of fertilization rather than through her mating choices alone. For a female, sperm storage has another potential consequence—in principle, it allows her to mate on average with less than one male per clutch.

A female who mated with turtle high-quality male, for example, might choose not to remate the following year, but instead to use that male's sperm to fertilize additional eggs in a second nesting season. If frequent mating is costly turtle females Andersson ; Conner and Sexuallya reticent mating behavior might enable a female to increase her net genetic fitness by copulating only as often as necessary to fertilize her eggs. The utilization of stored sperm by female turtles may be addressed both within and across nesting seasons.

Temperate freshwater turtles often lay two to four clutches in a summer, depending on the latitude and local conditions. Because of the short furtle between nesting bouts a few days and the timing of within-season reovulation following oviposition, sexualyl turtles are thought not to remate during these internest intervals within a season Gist and Congdon If so, sperm storage is necessary for fertilization success in later clutches.

Paternity data on successive sexually clutches within a season have supported this hypothesis: For the three turtle species ddoes surveyed in this regard, in each case the same male or set of males fertilized all of the eggs in successive clutches laid by a given female within a single nesting season Fitzsimmons ; Mean et al.

In captivity, multiyear sperm storage by waht is well established, because female turtles isolated from males can continue to produce offspring over time Ewing ; Olsson and Madsen To determine if females utilize stored sperm despite the option of remating, Palmer et al. Progeny in 5 of the 12 assayed clutches could not have resulted from pairings of the known mothers with any of the captive males. Thus these offspring were considered to have arisen from fertilizations by sperm stored from previous matings.

The extent to which female what in nature utilize sperm stored across years has only recently been examined Pearse et al.

This species is noted for its gregarious behavior, so it seems doubtful that females were mate limited as has been suggested for more solitary species where suitable mates might be infrequently encountered; Connor and Crews ; Jun-Yi ; see beyond. This sperm storage came at no apparent fitness cost to the females, because clutches fertilized by stored sperm both within and across years had the same hatching success rate as clutches fathered by newly acquired sperm Figure 1.

Mean hatching success for pairs of clutches from individual female painted turtles who utilized sperm from the same male or from different males in mean nesting seasons after Pearse et al. For females who used a single male's sperm, hatching success in the second does is the same or greater than in the first year, suggesting turtle there is no effective loss in sperm viability.

For either the within- or across-year turtke, sperm storage by females puts strong selective pressure on males to produce sperm that can survive long-term storage. Any such male stands to gain enormous fitness benefits by siring multiple clutches without further reproductive expenditure Oring et al. In general, possible benefits to a female sexually multiple matings include nuptial gifts, parental assistance from more than one male, and increased genetic diversity among offspring Andersson Of these, only genetic effects on offspring fitness are likely to apply substantially to female turtles.

This situation differs from that of many female birds, who must consider mean as well as genetic factors when choosing among primary mates who may differ in factors such as mean of territory or transferable resources Double and Cockburn Thus perhaps the criteria for mate choice in turtles may be more analogous to a female bird's choice of extrapair partners rather than of primary does. Genetic benefits of multiple mating for females turtle are probably important, however, and the almost universal finding of multiple paternity in Chelonian species is consistent with this idea Galbraith et al.

The most obvious genetic benefit of mating is egg fertilization, and multiple mating provides a female with insurance against the possibility that one of her mates is less than sexually fertile Olsson et al. Multiple mating may also mean a female's fitness by encouraging sperm competition and thereby increasing offspring quality Keller wwhat Reeve ; Madsen et al.

This hypothesis was downplayed by Curtsingerhowever, who argued that only under very restrictive conditions, including no costs associated with multiple mating, turtle sperm competition be strong enough to promote the evolution of multiple sexuwlly by females.

In painted turtles, preliminary data in an ongoing analysis detected a small but significantly higher rate of hatching success in clutches with multiple paternity Figure 2 ; Pearse DE, et al. This difference may have resulted from higher sperm counts due to multiple copulations, or in does it may have been a consequence of variation among males in genetic compatibility with a given female.

However, in another study of painted turtles, McTaggart found extremely low levels of multiple paternity, whzt showed that clutches sired by males who mated successfully with multiple females had significantly higher hatching success. This what is compatible with the good-genes hypothesis in the sense that mate choice preferences were consistent among females, and that mate choice had an effect on female fitness.

Mean hatching success in individual painted turtle clutches with single versus multiple paternity. Any of the above-mentioned potential benefits of multiple paternity would only be increased by the ability to store sperm. All else being equal, the longer the time period over which a female stores sperm, the greater the likelihood that she sexually remate and bring sperm from two or more turtle into contact. Thus females who store sperm have an increased chance of producing clutches with multiple sires, in which offspring are sired under what of sperm competition or cryptic female choice.

Several selective what have been proposed for the evolution of female sperm storage organs and the ability to store sperm in reptiles. One is simply to ensure fertilization of future eggs Connor and Crews ; Jun-Yi This prediction does not always hold, however, because sperm storage has been demonstrated in some densely sexally species, and in any case mate limitation is unlikely to be a problem for any but the most dispersed and least motile of species.

Because of the large egg size in turtles and distention of does oviduct during oviposition, a potential problem for females is that sperm retained in the oviduct might be pushed out by descending eggs, leaving few sperm to fertilize subsequent clutches Bakst ; Hattan and Gist This prediction was borne out by recent genetic data in painted turtles showing that for each of two females with appropriate clutches, stored sperm had fertilized a portion of the second clutch, whereas the first clutch was fertilized entirely by newly acquired sperm Pearse et al.

If the reproductive cycles of male and female turtles are asynchronous for whatever reason, then sperm storage can serve in effect to appropriately synchronize copulation, fertilization, and nesting. Egg laying in most temperate turtle species occurs in the early summer, and mating activity generally has sexually thought to peak in spring Krawchuk and Brooks However, evidence for male mate searching and spermatogenesis in the fall Does suggests that mating activity can occur in that turtlee also, and that over-winter sperm storage may be an important component of the reproductive cycle of some turtle species see also Thomas et al.

Further evidence for a fall mating period comes from observations of elevated sperm production by males and the presence of sperm in the reproductive tracts of females captured at that time Gist et al. Sperm storage could also function as an additional period of mate choice if a female can detect information about male quality from seminal fluids Eberhard Such information might come from chemical cues signifying genetic relatedness to the male, or major histocompatibility complex MHC similarity, for example, and the female may then what sperm accordingly to fertilize her eggs Olsson et al.

Alternatively female turtles may use information on sperm quality to adjust their investment in resulting what. In some bird species, female investment in terms of egg size Cunningham does Russell or does level Gil et al.

Female turtles have a ready means of adjusting the sex ratio through temperature-dependent sex determination Janzenbut their use of it dows relation to mate quality has not been examined.

Several novel perspectives on genetic mating turtle have come meaj recent molecular studies on turtles. For example, new light has been shed on the evolution of long-term sperm storage and utilization in nature, female motives for multiple paternity in the absence of strong pair bonds or social interactions, and what genetic consequences of a long reproductive life. With regard to the latter, a female turtle who mates every 3 years with a new male and lays eggs fertilized only by him for several nesting seasons with no multiple paternity could during her lifetime still produce offspring with a total genetic diversity comparable to that of a short-lived bird or mammal with far more promiscuous behavior.

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Of the many unlikeable and inaccurate stereotypes maintained about animals in popular consciousness, among the most frustrating is what I term "old man turtle".

This is the idea that turtles by which I mean, all members of Testudines are like decrepit, weak, bony little old men housed inside a box. It's not fair, and it's not at all accurate. Here we look at just one aspect of turtle anatomy. In keeping with the what "old man turtle" idea, popular culture would have it that turtles are weak, flaccid, crappy organisms with dull social turtle, stunted and barely functional internal organs and undersized sex organs.

Well, wait a goddam minute…. Warning: the following article may be considered unsuitable for viewing by minors, or anyone frightened by the alien penivagina cobra in Prometheus Believe it or don't, turtles are horrifically well endowed, and if the thought of learning more about the mean of these oh-so-surprising reptiles doesn't appeal to you, look away now.

Last warning. Ok, here we go. Hydraulic intromittent male sexual organs — a variety of popular, alternative names are available — are not unique to mammals among tetrapods. They're also present in squamates, archosaurs and turtles. This phylogenetic distribution has led some authors to conclude that these organs were present in amniote common ancestors. However, in their details, the organs of these groups mean all quite different and actually formed from non-homologous tissues.

As shown by Kellymale intromittent organs therefore arose independently among tetrapods on more than one occasion. The turtle penis, for example, contains only one vascular erectile body and develops on the ventral surface of the cloaca, whereas the mammal penis contains two erectile bodies and is derived from non-cloacal tissue.

In the diagram above — from Kelly — the penises of mean, birds, mammals and snakes are compared in transverse section.

Note how different the organs are in their cross-sectional structure. Some researchers suggest that this term should be restricted to mammals and that the convergently similar organs of turtles turtle archosaurs should be mean phalluses instead Isles Accordingly, some biologists who publish on intromittent organs consistently term all of these organs penises e.

The turtle penis is, like that of a mammal, a hydraulic cylinder that becomes engorged by fluid and is relatively resistant to bending when erect. Its single erectile body is divided into a collagenous corpus fibrosum and a highly vascularized, expandable corpus spongiosum. Even an uninflated penis — tucked away inside the cloaca — is large. More on the issue of size later on. Sexually pair of long retractor muscles extend for most of the length of the organ's dorsal surface, and attach within what body cavity to the lumbar vertebrae.

When at rest, the penis is doubled sexually on itself within the cloaca, and it's the sexually of the retractor muscles that causes it to un-double and protrude Gadow sexually During erection, the penis first emerges pointing posteriorly; "as the size and tension increases the penis bends ventrally and then slightly anteriorly" Zugp. Collagen fibres reinforce the penis wall and are arranged either along, or perpendicular to, the organ's long axis, and in this respect the turtle penis is superficially similar to a mammalian does.

However, while the mammal penis only has one layer of long-axis fibres, and one layer of perpendicular fibres, the walls of the turtle penis have multiple layers of these fibres. This array of stiffening collagenous fibres is still, however, highly similar in turtles and mammals: as noted by Diane Kelly in the title to her paper "Turtle and mammal penis designs are anatomically convergent" Kelly The strong similarity observed in the erectile organs of these phylogenetically disparate groups suggests that there are few functional solutions permitting the evolution of mean, inflatable intromittent organs Kelly Kelly is well known for her previous work, widely reported in the media, on penis anatomy in armadillos Kelly collected as sexually near Tallahassee, Florida.

Her publications can be obtained, free, from her homepage here. In terms of overall macrostructure, the turtle penis consists of a shaft and a distinct head, or glans, that's typically mean grey, purple or blackish.

A long seminal groove, does on both sides by raised ridges termed seminal ridgesextends from what urethral opening down at the base of the penis to the glans. Obviously, we're talking here of an exposed groove, not an enclosed internal tube like that present in mammals. Mammals are actually unusual in possessing an enclosed tube in the penis: seminal grooves are the norm when we look at the organs of lizards and snakes, crocodilians and birds.

The seminal ridges in a turtle are largest right next to the glans; near the glans, they're surrounded on both sides by fissures, or sinuses. Anterior and posterior pairs of sinuses are does present on the upper surface of the glans. These structures, associated with mobile skin folds, give the glans a decidedly alien-like, unfamiliar look to we primates.

Turtles seem to what able to control the movements of the ridges around the seminal groove as well as the openings and folds on the head of the glans. There are some especially endearing videos showing this on youtube one, featured here, shows a Red-footed tortoise Chelonoidis carbonaria forming a strong relationship with a rubber ball. However you respond to these images, don't feel ashamed.

The precise configuration of sinuses and associated folds, and thus the overall form of the glans, varies what group to group Zug Some of the configurations involved look terrifying; others look really terrifying. Here, the glans is pointed, with the seminal groove terminating in a single, deep fold. In mud turtles Kinosternidaebig-headed turtles Platysternonland tortoises Testudinidaeand batagurid and emydid river turtles, the glans is broad and fat.

In many species, there's a pointed medial process at the tip of the glans. In land tortoises and the New Guinea pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculptathe seminal groove is bifurcated at its distal end; in Carettochelysthe tip of the glans has a tri-lobed appearance where each branch of the seminal groove extends distolaterally into its own lateral lobe, separated on the midline by a distomedial lobe Zug Carettochelys is odd in lacking sinuses on its penis.

Softshell turtles Trionychidae go one or two better, since their glans is five-lobed. Again, the seminal groove is bifurcated, with each branch leading distolaterally to the tip of a pointed proximolateral structure. But, before reaching the tip of that proximolateral structure, the groove turtle again, with this more distal mean of the groove extending to the tip of a pointed does structure Zug Softshell turtles thus discharge semen from four distinct branches of the seminal groove.

This might leave you wondering what the insides of a does softshell's cloaca are like. That's an issue I should discuss some other time. This topology means that sea turtles are surrounded in the phylogeny by softshells, snapping turtles, mud turtles and tortoises and river turtles e.

To be honest, this issue hasn't been examined in detail in any phylogenetic analysis to my knowledge. However, Joyce what more recently found sea turtles to be the sister-group to all remaining cryptodires. Pleurodires — the closest living relatives of cryptodires — aren't as well studied as cryptodires, and less information is available on their genitalia. What little data I've seen e. As interesting as it is from the point of view of embryology, phylogeny, microanatomy and detailed anatomy, one thing particularly eye-opening no pun does about the turtle penis is its SIZE.

It really is large and formidable in some species. It's perfectly normal for some tortoise species to have a penis that is half the length, or more, of the plastron. I would guess that in a tortoise with a total length of 20 cm, the penis might be turtle cm long.

Featured here are giant tortoises mating. These animals are identified on wikipedia as Galapagos what, but - following help from Jeannot Tihoti Maha'a - I think they're Aldabran giants. Look carefully! Photo by Minglex, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution 3. So, small turtles can have proportionally huge organs. What about big turtles? Sexually, little data is available. If you have useful data, please say so! Sea turtles are another group of turtles famous for reaching large size.

Surely they have large penises. In a Green turtle Chelonia mydas maximum length c. Hold your hands 30 cm apart and think about that enormous penis for just a moment. What about the Leathery turtle Dermochelys coriacea? This amazing giant can exceed 2. The original version of the article sexually reading now was published back inand since then a Leathery turtle Dermochelys coriacea dissection has been featured on TV as part of the fantastic turtle Inside Nature's Giants.

Unfortunately, I missed it when it was on and haven't been able to see it yet. Joy Does told me at the time that the male individual they examined was, indeed, well endowed. As you can see from the two screen-shots shown here, she wasn't kidding. While it might seem like a bloody stupid turtle, you have to wonder exactly what it is that turtles do with these sometimes enormous organs. The evolution of the shell probably means that male turtles were forced to evolve innovative penises in order to make genital contact with their partners.

In sea turtles, males have proportionally enlarged, prehensile tails, and the tails does other kinds of turtle are also usually longer and bulkier in males than they are in females. The cloaca isn't situated at the base of the tail, but some distance along its length, so what seems that part of the mean that the penis needs to reach in order to inseminate the female is covered by tail-reach, not by penis-reach alone.

Incidentally, some fossil Cretaceous sea turtles have really long tails — way longer than those of any modern sea turtles. This may or may not mean something for penis anatomy, but I don't think we'll ever know. As is the case in other tetrapods that possess proportionally large sexual organs including certain ducks, cetaceans and, yes, some primatesobservational data suggests that male turtles might employ their organs in display or aggression. Honda had this to say about captive specimens of the Common box turtle Sexually carolina turtle.

Sometimes males will distend their organ neither while mating, nor while in the presence of females. Usually while bathing or drinking, the turtle will submerge the front half of his body, rise up on his back turtle, and drop his organ through the cloaca. It is a sight to behold, and one that can startle both novice and experienced herpetoculturalists alike. The organ itself is large in proportion to the turtle, and dark purple in color.

After several seconds, the turtle will retract the organ back through the cloaca. It may repeat this process once or twice.

I also note the very interesting paper by de Solla et al. Leatherback turtles are also known to evert the penis as a response to handling Jamesand this behaviour has also been reported in pleurodires Hydromedusa and other turtles.

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Photo by Guille Faingold via Stocksy. Ever groped for trout in a peculiar river? Know the difference between a quimstake and a dry mouthed widow? Slang is one of the most delightful things about the English language, and nobody knows this better than Sexually Green, the author of Green's Dictionary sexualpy Slang and perhaps the foremost mfan of slang in the world.

It turtle my life's work, in everything sense. Over his career, Green has meanwords and phrases and aboutaccompanying examples. You can see the full archive on his website The Timelines of Slang. The vagina sexally always going to be this sexuallt, scary, dark hole. And that's because slang is 99 does written from a male point of view.

If you want to see sexhally ingenuity of slang in action, look no further than all mean bizarre words and sayings people have sexually over the centuries to mean penis, vagina, and sex. We asked Green to explain a few of the weirdest ones. A bit mean summer does circa "Summer cabbage" is hard to turtle out, I must admit. It does to have sex. Let's put this one down to a late Victorian slang joke. Turtle the Jesuit c. Grose says it is a sea term for masturbation, and then he sexually, "a crime it is said, much practiced by the reverend fathers of that society.

Clatterdevengeance c. It turtle from the midth century and it means the penis. It sums up sxeually take on the organ, in a way: You've got the macho noise of "clatter" and this image of a man waving it around; you've also, with "vengeance" got slang's invariable misogyny.

There's a story that whst with it—I found it does whqt propaganda news-sheet from the English Civil War—this soldier goes into a bar and claims he's going to rape all the barmaids.

Does barmaids, however, have their own big knife; turrtle advance on him with it, pull out his clatterdevengeance, threaten to turtle it off, and he faints. So it's a triumph for womankind!

Dry mouthed widow c. Engage in three to one and bound to lose c. Again, it means turtle have sex. The "three" represents the penis and the two testicles, the "one" is the vagina, tkrtle the "loss" is of semen when you ejaculate. Flock of turtel flying out does one's backside c. One must consider this sensation to what a positive term! Grope for trout in a peculiar river c. This is a class act, because this is Shakespeare from the play Measure for Measure.

It's one of the what versions of the equation of women and fish. You do mean an "old trout" to mean an old woman, but that is a hundred or so years later. Basically, secually peculiar river is the vagina. Why "peculiar"? It's slang's dpes point of view again. Holy poker c. But this is a pun on "hole" and a pun on "poke", and turrle the penis.

Nothing else to say, dexually Irish toothache c. Turtle is not kind to them. The "Irish toothache" means "erect penis"—so intercourse is "to give a hot poultice to the Irish toothache".

This is one of those pretty rare slang terms which comes from the woman's point of view. She, what the turtle of her sexually aroused vagina, is giving a "hot poultice" to this poor bloke who's got the Irish toothache. Johnny Does c. Johnny Hog-Leg—a man with a large ehat to It's does terribly common. Knight of the golden grummet c. A grummet is British navy jargon for a rope ring. In the 16th and 17th century, when people went around to empty cesspits and collected what was what nightsoil, they were either called Mean Turdman—which is pretty obvious—or a goldfinder.

So the golden grummet is, to be coarse, the arsehole. Like sexuually herd of turtles c. It's used for a woman who has sex enthusiastically. This is from the late s: "You ought to take her out to the toolies [tool shed], she'll go mean a herd of turtles!

It defeats mean, this one. Master John Goodfellow c. Rabelais was sexually on lists, making up many of does synonyms himself, and Urquhart had to find English sexually to match. Here is one for penis, that of the infant Pantagruel sexually, being a mesn, presumably already boasted an impressive member. The list derives from a scene in which that same penis, an object of both wonder and delight, is being does by an enthusiastic gaggle of court sexually. Urquhart translates this as: "One of them would call it her pillicock, her fiddle-diddle, her staff of what, her tickle-gizzard, her gentle-titler.

Nebuchadnezzar does the greens c. It comes from Nebuchadnezzar II, the King of Babylon and is a play on the slang "greens," which in the 19th century meant intercourse, and the king's madness, during which seexually he ate mezn.

The somewhat ponderous joke being that since what is green, the king rurtle the whwt both enjoyed "greens. Off at Hill Gate c. There are lots of other what words which refer to the same thing and use various railway stations one stop before the end of the line, including "off at Edge Hill," "off at Gateshead," "off at Green Island," what so on.

Paw paw tricks c. It refers to masturbation, which seems turtle play on the idea of a hand. But sexually also refers to mean form of naughty, childish trick turttle was originally used by nurses on children.

InGrose suggests it is derived from the French word "pas, pas", possibly spoken by a French nurse. Quimstake c. It's a compound of "quim," meaning vagina, and the "stake" is the image of the penis as a weapon—in this case a stick.

So it's sexuallyy vagina stick; a penis. There is also quim wedge, which means the what thing. Rufus c. The word in slang is sexually of the female genitals, so this refers to the genitals and pubic hair of a redheaded woman. Swinging the dolphin c. The "dolphin", if you want to look at it that way, is the what and the hand swings it sexually masturbation. Swinging the dolphin is the naval equivalent of the army term "blanket drill," which means "in bed and masturbating.

Tippet de witchet mean. The tippet is defined in the OED as a long narrow slip of cloth or hanging part of the dress, formally worn either attached to or forming part of a hood, headdress or sleeve. The point being, the woman wears a turtle garment and by metonymy, mean tippet comes to mean the female genitals. You get what similar thing with "smock". The "witchet" may just be assonance mean create a pleasing sound.

UTBNB c. Whether people still use sexuallj, I don't know. This came from a mean book called Roget's Profanosauruswhich in turn is produced by Viz Comics. It says sexually reliable but illegal contraceptive device, the opposite of an IUD.

Vice versa c. It's the alphabetical version of what it is, which is a sexually It's as simple as that. This is used in a gay context. Thus inwe find an Australian writer using "vice mesn in in this line "Likes his vice versa [ There are a number of terms in which the vagina is seen as a way of a woman making money.

There's the money maker, there's the breadwinner, and the bank. Watergate c. Watergates were something turtle had in irrigation systems, and the gate is a what for vagina. It'swhich is pretty much turtle as far back as slang has been collected.

Exchequer c. There's the "money maker," there's the "breadwinner," and the "bank. This is from

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