Reference List

This list includes references used to derive specimen records as well as those with scientific name Mauremys reevesii listed in key words.

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704 Book Cardoza, J.E., G.S. Jones, T.W. French, and D.B. Halliwell. 1993. Exotic and translocated vertebrates of Massachusetts. Fauna of Massachusetts Series No. 6. 2nd edition. Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife, Westborough, MA.
36724 Journal Article Geng, J., W. Dang, Q. Wu, and H.L. Lu. 2018. Thermal tolerance for two cohorts of a native and an invasive freshwater turtle species. Acta Herpetologica 13(1):83-88. https://doi.org/10.13128/Acta_Herpetol-20887.
36783 Journal Article Jo, S.I., S. Na, C.K. An, H.J. Kim, Y.J. Jeong, Y.M. Lim, S.D. Kim, J.Y. Song, and H. Yi. 2017. Comparison analysis for using the habitat pattern between the Korean endangered species, Mauremys reevesii, and the exotic species, Trachemys scripta elegans. Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology 31(4):397-408. https://www.koreascience.or.kr/article/JAKO201726439088167.pdf.
25773 Journal Article Leberer, T. 2003. Records of freshwater turtles on Guam, Mariana Islands. Micronesica 35-36:649-652.
36754 Journal Article Natsumeda, T., J. Tanaka, and Y. Tanaka. 2019. Living conditions of freshwater turtles and aquatic organisms in ponds invaded by exotic fishes in northeastern Chiba Prefecture. Izunuma-Uchinuma Wetland Researches 13:1-16. https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/izu/13/0/13_1/_article/-char/en.
15913 Journal Article Spinks, P.Q., G.B. Pauly, J.J. Crayon, and H.B. Shaffer. 2003. Survival of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) in an urban California environment. Biological Conservation 113(2):257-267.



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