NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Tinsley, R.C., and H.R. Kobel (editors). 1996. The Biology of Xenopus. The Zoological Society of London, Oxford.
Reference Number: 13254
Author: Tinsley, R.C., and H.R. Kobel (editors).
Date (year): 1996
Title:The Biology of Xenopus.
Publisher:The Zoological Society of London, Oxford.
Keywords: African clawed frog, Xenopus laevis, amphibian, Virginia
Xenopus laevis VA - artificial pond in an unnamed nature preserve [Location approximate] VA - artificial pond in an unnamed nature preserve [Location approximate] NC - state non-specific FL - Tampa [near] WI - Greenfield Park AZ - Tuscon, AZ, ponds CA - Irvine CA - Otay River CA - Tijuana River CA - Tecolote Creek CA - Palmdale CA - Upper Rio Hondo CA - Compton Creek CA - Vazquez Rocks County Park CA - Arroyo Seco Creek CA - Santa Margarita River drainage CA - Riverside city CA - Imperal County, irrigation canals CA - University of California Campus, Davis
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