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Wilson, L.D., and L. Porras. 1983. The Ecological Impact of Man on the South Florida Herpetofauna. University of Kansas, Lawrence.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12019
Type: Book
Author: Wilson, L.D., and L. Porras.
Date (year): 1983
Edition:
Title:The Ecological Impact of Man on the South Florida Herpetofauna.
Publisher:University of Kansas, Lawrence.
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Volume:
Pages: 89 pp
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Keywords: amphibian, reptile, Florida, Hawaii, California, south Texas, Osteopilus septentrionalis, cuban treefrog, cane toad, Rhinella marina, caiman crocodylus, red-eared slider, Trachemys scripta,
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Caiman crocodilus

    FL - North Miami in a section of canal which extended from Maule Lake to NW 27th Ave.
    FL - a canal in North Miami in the vicinity of NW 22nd Ave. and 197th St.
    FL - Coopertown on the Tamiami Trail [near]
    FL - Coopertown on the Tamiami Trail [near]

Eleutherodactylus coqui

    FL - Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami

Eleutherodactylus planirostris

    FL - Key West
    FL - Eau Gallie
    FL - Key West
    FL - Florida City
    FL - Homestead

Osteopilus septentrionalis

    FL - Fort Myers
    FL - Fort Myers Beach
    FL - Sanibel Island

Rhinella marina

    FL - Pennsuco
    FL - Miami International Airport
    FL - Stock Island, just north of Key West
    FL - Pembroke Park
    FL - Kendall (SW area Miami)
    FL - Chekika State Recreation Area (vicinity)

Trachemys scripta elegans

    FL - metropolitan Dade County
    FL - nonspecific, scattered colonies
    FL - Lee County
    FL - Palm Beach County
    FL - Miami


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