Reference List

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

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36336 Journal Article Abd Rabou, A.F.N. 2020. How Is the COVID-19 Outbreak Affecting Wildlife around the World? Open Journal of Ecology 10:497-517. https://doi.org/10.4236/oje.2020.108032.
36335 Journal Article Adler, J.M., S.C. Barry, G.R. Johnston, C.A. Jacoby, and T.K. Frazer. 2018. An aggregation of turtles in a Florida spring yields insights into effects of grazing on vegetation. Freshwater Science 37(2):397-403. https://doi.org/10.1086/697541.
36650 Journal Article Agha, M., J.R. Ennen, D.S. Bower, A.J. Nowakowski, S.C. Sweat, and B.D. Todd. 2018. Salinity tolerances and use of saline environments by freshwater turtles: implications of sea level rise. Biological Reviews 93(3):1634-1648.
36651 Journal Article Allain, S. 2019. Mining Flickr: a method for expanding the known distribution of invasive species. The Herpetological Bulletin 148:14-Nov. https://www.thebhs.org/publications/the-herpetological-bulletin/issue-number-148-summer-2019/1941-02-mining-flickr-a-method-for-expanding-the-known-distribution-of-invasive-species.
36323 Journal Article Back, D.S., G.W. Shin, M. Wendt, and G.J. Heo. 2016. Prevalence of Salmonella spp. in pet turtles and their environment. Laboratory Animal Research 32(3):166-170. https://doi.org/10.5625/1ar.2016.32.3.166.
36652 Thesis or Dissertation Buhlmann, K.A. 1986. Population and habitat ecology of the river cooter (Pseudemys concinna) in the New River Gorge National River, WV, Virginia Tech. Unpublished M. S. Thesis. Virginia Tech, Blacksburg, Virginia.
36653 Journal Article Butler, C.J. 2019. A review of the effects of climate change on chelonians. Diversity 11(8):138. https://www.mdpi.com/1424-2818/11/8/138.
12167 Journal Article Conant, R. 1977. The Florida Water Snake (Reptile, Serpentes, Colubridae) Established at Brownsville, Texas, with Comments on other Herpetological Introductions in the Area. Journal of Herpetology 11(2):217-220.
36333 Journal Article Crenshaw, J.W. 1965. Serum protein variation in an interspecies hybrid swarm of turtles of the genus Pseudemys. Evolution 19(1):1-15.
36324 Journal Article Garner, M.M., R. Herrington, E.W. Howerth, B.L. Homer, V.F. Nettles, R. Isaza, E.B. Shotts Jr., and E.R. Jacobson. 1997. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 33(1):78-86. https://doi.org/10.7589/0090-3558-33.1.78.
36654 Journal Article Glorioso, B.M., A.J. Vaughn, and J.H. Waddle. 2010. The aquatic turtle assemblage inhabiting a highly altered landscape in southeast Missouri. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 1(2):161-168. https://doi.org/10.3996/072010-JFWM-020.
13512 Journal Article Harris, H.S., Jr. 1975. Distributional Survey (Amphibia/Reptilia): Maryland and District of Columbia. Bulletin of the Maryland Herpetological Society 11(3):73-167.
36655 Journal Article Heinrich, G.L., D.R. Jackson, T.J. Walsh, and D.S. Lee. 2015. Southernmost occurrence of the Suwannee cooter, Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis (Testudines: Emydidae). Journal of North American Herpetology:53-59.
36656 Journal Article Hunt, S.D., J.C. Guzy, S.J. Price, B.J. Halstead, E.A. Eskew, and M.E. Dorcas. 2013. Responses of riparian reptile communities to damming and urbanization. Biological Conservation 157:277-284. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0006320712003904.
36657 Journal Article Iverson, J.B. 2001. Reproduction of the river cooter, Pseudemys concinna, in Arkansas and across its range. The Southwestern Naturalist 46(3):364-370. http://www.jstor.org/stable/3672435.
36658 Journal Article Jackson, D.R. 1995. Systematics of the Pseudemys concinna-floridana complex (Testudines: Emydidae): an alternative interpretation. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 1(4):329-333.
13719 Journal Article Jackson, D.R. 1995. Systematics of the Pseudemys concinna-floridana Complex (Testudines: Emydidae): An Alternative Interpretation. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 1(4):329-333.
36660 Journal Article Johnston, G.R., J.C. Mitchell, E.C. Munscher, G.A. Shemitz, P.L. Butt, S. Cole, and T. Hootman. 2020. Temporal variation in a turtle assemblage inhabiting a Florida spring-fed river. Southeastern Naturalist 19(2):271-282. https://bioone.org/journals/southeastern-naturalist/volume-19/issue-2/058.019.0207/Temporal-Variation-in-a-Turtle-Assemblage-Inhabiting-a-Florida-Spring/10.1656/058.019.0207.pdf.
36659 Journal Article Johnston, G.R., J.C. Mitchell, G.A. Shemitz, P.L. Butt, and J.M. Adler. 2018. Origin and structure of a large aggregation of Suwannee cooters (Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis) in a Florida spring. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 17(1):54-62. https://bioone.org/journals/chelonian-conservation-and-biology/volume-17/issue-1/CCB-1290.1/Origin-and-Structure-of-a-Large-Aggregation-of-Suwannee-Cooters/10.2744/CCB-1290.1.pdf.
36661 Journal Article Kang, H., A. Borzée, M.F. Chuang, and Y. Jang. 2021. Preference for heated substrate in captive river cooters (Pseudemys concinna): A potential use for the control of invasive populations. Animal Systematics, Evolution and Diversity 37(1):14-Sep. http://koreascience.or.kr/article/JAKO202109960884507.page.
36662 Journal Article Kornilev, Y.V., C.K. Dodd, and G.R. Johnston. 2010. Linear home range, movement, and spatial distribution of the Suwannee cooter (Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis) in a blackwater river. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 9(2):196-204. https://www.researchgate.net/profile/C-Dodd-Jr/publication/232690128_Linear_Home_Range_Movement_and_Spatial_Distribution_of_the_Suwannee_Cooter_Pseudemys_concinna_suwanniensis_in_a_Blackwater_River/links/5a5f57f8a6fdcc21f4856ba0/Linear-Home-Range-Movement-and-Spatial-Distribution-of-the-Suwannee-Cooter-Pseudemys-concinna-suwanniensis-in-a-Blackwater-River.pdf.
36663 Journal Article Lagueux, C.J., K.A. Bjorndal, A.B. Bolten, and C.L. Campbell. 1995. Food habits of Pseudemys concinna suwanniensis in a Florida spring. Journal of Herpetology 29(1):122-126. http://www.jstor.org/stable/1565096.
36330 Journal Article Lindeman, P.V. 1999. Aggressive interactions during basking among four species of emydid turtles. Journal of Herpetology 33(2):214-219. https://doi.org/10.2307/1565717.
36664 Journal Article Lindeman, P.V. 2017. Geographic distribution: Pseudemys concinna (river cooter). Herpetological Review 48(1):124. https://ssarherps.org/herpetological-review-pdfs/.
36665 Journal Article Lindeman, P.V. 2018. Geographic distribution: Pseudemys concinna (river cooter). Herpetological Review 49(3):502. https://ssarherps.org/herpetological-review-pdfs/.
36666 Journal Article MacCulloch, R., and D. Gordon. 1978. A simple trap for basking turtles. Herpetological Review 9(133):1499-1509.
36667 Journal Article Mali, I., A. Duarte, and M.R. Forstner. 2018. Comparison of hoop-net trapping and visual surveys to monitor abundance of the Rio Grande cooter (Pseudemys gorzugi). PeerJ 6:e4677.
36329 Journal Article Marschang, R.E. 2019. Emerging reptile viruses. Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy 9:267. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7152284/.
36337 Journal Article Masin, S., A. Bonardi, E. Padoa-Schioppa, L. Bottoni, and G.F. Ficetola. 2014. Risk of invasion by frequently traded freshwater turtles. Biological Invasions 16(1):217-231. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10530-013-0515-y.
36668 Journal Article McCoy, C.J., O.A. Flores-Villela, R.C. Vogt, M. Pappas, and J.K. McCoy. 2020. Ecology of riverine turtle communities in the southern United States: food resource use and trophic niche dimensions. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 19(2):197-208. https://bioone.org/journals/chelonian-conservation-and-biology/volume-19/issue-2/CCB-1447.1/Ecology-of-Riverine-Turtle-Communities-in-the-Southern-United-States/10.2744/CCB-1447.1.pdf.
36669 Journal Article Paden, L., R.G. Bauer, B.L. Ondich, T.M. Norton, A. Alterman, and D.A. Steen. 2018. Geographic distribution: Pseudemys concinna (river cooter). Herpetological Review 49(4):712. https://ssarherps.org/herpetological-review-pdfs/.
36670 Journal Article Poch, S., P. Sunyer, G. Pascual, D. Boix, M. Campos, E. Cruset, C. Quer-Feo, M.A.F. Miguel, A. Porcar, and I. Pérez-Novo. 2020. Alien chelonians in north-eastern Spain: new distributional data. The Herpetological Bulletin 151:5-Jan. https://doi.org/10.33256/hb151.15.
36326 Journal Article Roberts, J.R., K.M. Halanych, C.R. Arias, S.S. Curran, and S.A. Bullard. 2018. A new species of Spirorchis MacCallum, 1918, (Digenea: Schistosomatoidea) and Spirorchis scripta Stunkard, 1923, infecting River Cooter, Pseudemys concinna (Le Conte, 1830), (Testudines: Emydidae) in the Pascagoula River, Mississippi, USA, including an updated phylogeny for Spirorchis spp. Comparative Parasitology 85(2):120-132.
36671 Journal Article Seebacher, F., and R. Alford. 1992. Aggressive interactions during basking among four species of emydid turtles. Journal of Herpetology 39:1425-1434.
36265 Journal Article Sodagari, H.R., I. Habib, M.P. Shahabi, N.A. Dybing, P. Wang, and M. Bruce. 2020. A review of the public health challenges of Salmonella and turtles. Veterinary sciences 7(2):56. https://doi.org/10.3390/vetsci7020056.
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.
36672 Journal Article Sterrett, S.C., L.L. Smith, S.H. Schweitzer, and J.C. Maerz. 2010. An assessment of two methods for sampling river turtle assemblages. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 5(3):490-497.
25944 Database Ueda, K., J. Belmonte, A. Shepard, P. Leary, and S. Loarie. 2019. iNaturalist.org. California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco, CA. http://www.inaturalist.org/. Accessed on 01/29/2019.
36673 Journal Article Ultsch, G.R., C.V. Herbert, and D.C. Jackson. 1984. The comparative physiology of diving in North American freshwater turtles. I. Submergence tolerance, gas exchange, and acid-base balance. Physiological Zoology 57(6):620-631. https://doi.org/10.1086/physzool.57.6.30155988.



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