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Jones, K.B. 1988. Distribution and Habitat Associations of Herpetofauna in Arizona: Comparisons by Habitat Type. In: R.C. Szaro, K.E. Severson, and D.R. Patton (coordinators) Management of Amphibians, Reptiles and Small Mammals in North America. USDA Forest Service.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 12148
Type: Book
Author: Jones, K.B.
Date (year): 1988
Edition:
Title:Distribution and Habitat Associations of Herpetofauna in Arizona: Comparisons by Habitat Type. In: R.C. Szaro, K.E. Severson, and D.R. Patton (coordinators) Management of Amphibians, Reptiles and Small Mammals in North America.
Publisher:USDA Forest Service.
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Pages: 109-128
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Keywords: amphibian, Arizona, Pseudemys, Trionyx, spiny softshell turtle, trachemys
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Apalone spinifera

    AZ - Alamo Lake on the Bill Williams River
    AZ - Alamo Lake on the Bill Williams River
    AZ - Alamo Lake on the Bill Williams River
    AZ - Gila River perennial stretches from Phoenix to Yuma
    AZ - Gila River perennial stretches from Phoenix to Yuma

Trachemys scripta

    AZ - Gila River from the 99th St. bridge in SW Phoenix to Gillespie Dam, approx 24 km south of Buckeye
    AZ - Gila River from the 99th St. bridge in SW Phoenix to Gillespie Dam, approx 24 km south of Buckeye


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