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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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.
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.
12100 Journal Article Graham, T.E. 1982. Second find of Pseudemys rubriventris at Ipswich, Massachusetts, and refutation of the Naushon Island record. Herpetological Review 13(3):82-83.
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.
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.
12179 Journal Article Livo, L.J., G.A. Hammerson, and H.M. Smith. 1998. Summary of Amphibians and Reptiles Introduced into Colorado. Northwestern Naturalist 79(1):1-11.
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.
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.



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