Sacalia bealei (Gray, 1831)
|Other name||Eye-spotted Turtle, Beal's-eyed Turtle|
|Chinese name||六眼龜, 眼斑龜|
|Carapace length||About 18cm|
Brown carapace with black spots, especially at the anterior end behind the neck.
Mountain stream from low to high elevations.
|Behaviour||Nocturnal. Timid and nervous, and will scramble and flail wildly with its claws when picked up.|
|Diet||Crayfish and worm.|
|Reproduction||Breeding habit not known. Reported to lay 6 eggs at a time.|
Rare species in Hong Kong, known record from 6 specimens.
IUCN Redlist: EN (Endangered)