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Reference Number: 12169
Type: Other
Author: Anonymous
Date (year): 1998
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Title:Bufo marinus records from the herpetology collection of the Florida Museum of Natural History.
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Keywords: amphibian, Bufo
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    FL - Homestead, Kings Rd
    FL - Homestead, intersection of RT 27 and US 1
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    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
    FL - Homestead T56S R39E Sec30
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    FL - Tampa, Royal Poinciana Dr.
    FL - Tampa, Royal Poinciana Dr.
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